Violence and injustice inflicted by the state, such as medical neglect, political repression and censorship.
Prison-assisted drug overdoses: TDCJ is amongst many state and federal prisons affected by the deadly K2 epidemic
In this article, Jason Walker exposes the full deadly cost of the K2 epidemic, and staff complicity in smuggling the drug into prisons. Jason is facing continuing retaliation and harassment for his writing and organizing, please see here for ways that you can put pressure on the prison administration to protect him: https://itsgoingdown.org/urgent-call-to-action-defend-jason-walker-from-staff-harassment/
This is a newsletter written by inmates, for inmates, to share experiences, and connect with one another. It is edited and printed by the Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee (IWOC) of the Milwaukee branch of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).
In the late hours of Sunday, May 20th, Kansas Department of Corrections officials sent a special operations team, known in Kansas prisons as the "black suits," to the prison cell of Eric Sims, imprisoned in El Dorado Correctional Facility. They placed him in handcuffs and escorted him to a holding cell in another part of the institution, along with all his property.
A new article from Jason Walker giving further insight into the Texas prison system's campaign of retaliation against whistleblowers and organizers. This article is a sequel to his previous piece on extreme heat and censorship.
Revolutionary Greetings Comrades! Today is August 26th, 2018. I'm holding on, not sure if my pleas for help are making their way out. Things keep on getting progressively worse here.
Comrade Malik exposes nationwide political repression program
by Keith 'Malik' Washington, Deputy Chairman, New Afrikan Black Panther Party (Prison Chapter)
"Any kind of act that's designed to delay or deprive you and me, right now, of getting full rights, that's the government that's responsible.
As organizers across the country step up preparations for the August 21st prison strike, prison officials and administrations will also be making plans for how to respond. Recent weeks have seen what appears to be a co-ordinated campaign of repression against prominent figures associated with the 2016 prison strike.