Proposals: A North Carolina Prisoner Newsletter
This is the first issue of a brand new publication devoted to exploring the connections between anarchists on the outside and prisoners on the inside; it's filled to the brim with prison-related news, reportbacks from prisoners, and discussions of strategy, tactics, and theory. read more »
inside this edition:
Borders & Prisons: Commonalties, Social Mediation & The Prison Industrial Complex By The Abolition Collective
Action Against Changes to Sentencing Laws in Victoria
Trade Unions: In the National Interest By Ben Rosenzweig & Liz Thompson
Migrant Anarchists and the New Left By Conal Thwaite
Blogging Reflections By @ndy read more »
Have you wanted to get into cross-country Bicycle Touring?
...but thought you didn't have The Money, Muscle, Gear, or Know-How?
You only need The Know-How, presented here for free in an accessible* and engaging zine!
SOME FEATURES INCLUDE:
The Space-Bag Camelbak
Hack Yr Bike Into a Touring Bike
Kitty Litter Bucket Panniers read more »
Reformatted From Fire to the Prisons 10.
Edward Abbey on Ecodefense: read more »
Anarchist Survival Guide for Understanding Gestapo Swine Interrogation Mind Games: Staying Free by Shutting the Fuck Up!
By Harold H. Thompson
This zine is part of the Boston Anarchist Black Cross distro.
It's Alphabetic Anarchy!
The only ABC's of Anarchy book (so far?) designed and suitable for children of all ages. Infants will love the imagery, Toddlers will thrive on learning the alphabet, and preschoolers will soak up the content while learning to read. read more »
A zine to disseminate information from the Anarchist & Animal / Earth Liberation movements in Mexico to the English Speaking world. Includes texts, communiques and actions from Insurrectionary Anarchist cells in Mexico from 2010.
Zine to print
Zine to read online
and here: read more »
Written by political prisoner Jeff "Free" Luers and Lilia Letsch, this zine is the result of a letter-writing friendship struck up between two forest activists on opposite sides of the Pacific Ocean—one from Tasmania, the other a Californian serving time in an Oregon prison.
(from the back of the book) Anarchism is the boldest of revolutionary social movements to emerge from the struggle against capitalism-it aims for a world free from all forms of domination and exploitation. But at its heart is a simple and convincing proposition: people know how to live their own lives and organize themselves better than any expert could. read more »
this and other texts can be downloaded directly from:
For Life//Not Survival
What is the point?
Justice: A Dead Word
Insanity is Only Appropriate -A. Lunatic
Take your mark, get ready, ablate: 3 positions against prison -August O’Clairre
Chronology of Prisoner Resistance
Anti-G20 Resistance in Toronto -Zig-Zag
Oakland Disgraced. Tensions Re-Ignite: An interview with a Bay Area Resident
Pg. 57 read more »
by the sali distro project
a guide to local groups, online resources, zines, books and films on trauma, survivor support, communication, mental health, community accountability, anti-sexism, addiction, and conflict mediation. read more »
This is the 2010 zine catalog of the Chapel Hill Prison Books Collective, updated fall 2010.
by the sali distro project