Category Archives: Writings

It Ain’t Over Yet

March 11-14, 2016 What began as a confrontation between prisoners from different regions of Alabama – namely, B’ham and Montgomery, with B’ham being the largest – escalated into two short riots against the pigs. After the prisoners squashed the beef … Continue reading

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Black December in memory of our fallen comrades

Just as a worm struggles in resistance against the foot that crushes it so do we anarchists struggle and fight for the total destruction of a world system of coercive authority and domination in all of its manifestations and that … Continue reading

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Update and thoughts on trans solidarity

Rebel greetings: I just wanted to take some time to let everyone know what’s been up with me. Well, as you know, I’m in lockup right now so I’ve been reading a lot (thanks to you all who have been … Continue reading

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Michael’s writings in two publications

In the past few months, some of Michael’s writings have appeared in some amazing publications. We will be adding a page to the toolbar for publications with Michael’s writings. What is Prisoner Support? A collection of letters from prisoners about … Continue reading

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Solidarity Statement & Some Direct Actions

Due to my inability to take part in the shutdown (work strike) that was called for by the Free Alabama Movement here in Alabama and subsequently put in effect at the St. Clair Maximum security prison on March 1, 2015 … Continue reading

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Sean Swain on Hungerstrike

Sean Swain, an anarchist being held captive by the state of Ohio has started a hunger strike and refusing all medications in protest to the state’s blocking of his ability of communication. One of the tactics of the state/prisons is … Continue reading

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Observation and Participation

The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense was founded in 1966 by Bobby Seale and Huey P. Newton in response to police violence and the oppression of Black people in the USA. In a poll by Jet magazine in 1970, 70% … Continue reading

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To My Comrades

Comrades, I hope you all are doing well and continuing to resist the excesses of this rapacious system of slavery, exploitation, and oppression. I’m doing great, although I’ve had some rough times lately. But I’m alive and in resistance and … Continue reading

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Where Do We Go From Here

For the last few months I’ve been reading and analyzing the rapidly building movement since the rebellions in Ferguson and Oakland, and other places where anti-police demos have been popping off. I don’t claim to have all the answers but … Continue reading

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Not a Conspiracy Theory, but Definitely a Conspiracy

I’m not trying to sound like a conspiracy theorist but I can only take the information that I have and can only conclude that the state is experimenting on prisoners’ bodies and minds. Of course, we’ve long put forth the … Continue reading

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