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Sean Swain 2016 campaign tshirt

Check out these incredible campaign shirts for anarchist prisoner (And presidential candidate) Sean Swain from Portland Anarchist Black Cross. Continue reading

Prison poets read their poems to the public, touch hearts

Two current inmates and four former inmates read their poetry Feb. 16 at Johnson County Central Library in Overland Park, KS. The event marked the first time Lansing Correctional Facility, in Lansing, KS, allowed prisoners an evening of freedom to read to the public.The readings started out with the past and present inmates—who have all been involved in the poetry program at the prison–reading their own work and poems from another 10 current inmates who were not able to attend the reading. Their words were powerful and moving and explained in detail the different hardships about being in prison and about life in general. Continue reading

Prisoner Letter Writing

Pictured: Omaha Anarchist Black Cross “David Rice (also known as Mondo we Langa) and Edward Poindexter were charged and convicted of the murder of Omaha Police Officer Larry Minard. Minard died when a suitcase bomb containing dynamite exploded in a North Omaha home on August 17, 1970. Officer John Tess was also injured in the … Continue reading

The Short Story of How I Got Here: Casey Brezik

For sometime prior to my actions that led me back into this cage, I became determined to stop treating life as though we weren’t at war. I didn’t want to be complacent to their program only at those times when they were “overly” aggressive or “out of line.” The notion that we’re at odds with them and subjected to “use of force” any time we’re not complacent or passive should be enough to be considered “out of line.” They’ll resort to violence without need and still be considered justified. Continue reading