Prisons and Police

California Anarchist Prisoner Solidarity

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information and resources

2004

Fire to the Prisons #8

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Fire to the Prisons
An Insurrectionary Quarterly
Issue #8 Out Now
Winter 2010

Download at:

http://zinelibrary.info/files/firetotheprisons8.pdf (8.16 mb)

Glossy print copies are available for re-distribution by contacting us at:

firetotheprisons (at) gmail (dot) com

or

Fire to the Prisons
c/o Shoelacetown ABC
P.O Box 8085
Paramus, NJ
07652, USA  read more »

Crisis in California: Everything touched by capital turns toxic

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The United States’ most populous state, California is the world’s eighth largest economy. The state has some of the planet’s most productive farmland and in the 1990s enjoyed an extensive real-estate boom. But intensive, industrialised agriculture has polluted much of the environment and now, with more foreclosed homes than anywhere else in the world, it is also home to a growing number of tent cities. Gifford Hartman takes us on a road trip through California’s Central Valley to witness the toxicity: of mortgages and ecosystems, houses, drugs and human relations.

New State Repression, The

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by Ken Lawrence

Introduction by Kristian Williams

Aux Libertaires (To Libertarians)

Notes: Originally written in French in August 1980 and signed by 25,000 people. Published in November 1980 by Editions Champ Libre, as part of the volume Appels de la prison de Segovie [Appeals from the prison in Segovia], which was attributed to the “Coordinated autonomous groups of Spain.”

Aux Libertaires was signed Les Amis Internationaux (“International Friends”) and is presently attributed to "that Debord guy."  read more »

We DO NOT need the police

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Audio from the Attica Uprising 1971

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audio from the Freedom Archives

Download at:
http://zinelibrary.info/files/audio/Attica_FA01.mp3

Against the background of the mass revolutionary, black power and prisoners' movements in the US, a four day revolt began on September 13, 1971 at the Attica Correctional Facility near Buffalo, NY in the United States. Its repression left 39 people killed.

"If we can't live as men, we sure as hell can die as men"
- Attica prisoner

Read more about the Attica Uprising at:

http://libcom.org/history/1971-the-attica-prison-uprising

Capitalism is Terror

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from 325 distro

Three Years of Mutinies inside Belgian Prisons

About the destruction of the isolation units in Brugge

from 325 Distro

Solidarity with Anarchist Comrades Imprisoned in Greece

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from 325 Distro

a4 paper size folded vertically

Writing to Prisoners FAQ

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by Leeds ABC

Finger and the Moon, The

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From the operation "Cervantes" to the correlated strategies of domination

Domination is vindictive, no less are the oppressed

Dark Nights #4

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December 2008

Support the Italian life prisoners in struggle against life sentences and all prisons

Operation Backfire: a Survival Guide for Environmental and Animal Rights Activists

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The National Lawyers Guild has created a great new resource, “Operation Backfire: a Survival Guide for Environmental and Animal Rights Activists.” It’s a booklet on how environmental and animal rights activists have been targeted by the government and branded as the top domestic terrorism threat. It also has a great “know your rights” section that offers information on:

* handling encounters with the police and FBI in various situations
* suggestions for how to respond when questioned or presented with a warrant  read more »

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