As prisoners in Texas, we have to grab the bull by the horns and take control of our own destiny. Free world supporters can’t do this for us. They can help, but ultimately the grassroots organizing, and effort must be done by us.
Work stoppages, hunger strikes and other acts of rebellion by prisoners for justice.
Boycott, Defund, Bankrupt – Say NO to canteen, incentive packages, collect phone calls and visitation during February, April, June, Black August, October and December in 2018
A further call to action and statement of strategy from the Free Alabama Movement
Mentally ill prisoner, ignored and neglected, dies by suicide in solitary confinement at Eastham Ad-Seg Unit
“Human beings have a tendency to look for the truth in the places where it is easiest to search rather than the places where it’s likely to be.” – Belgian psychotherapist and author Esther Perel
We are currently forming a network agency within D.O.C. We are asking all prisoners within the Department of Corrections to take a stand by laying down starting January 15, 2018, until the injustice we see facing prisoners within the Florida system is resolved.
This November, prisoners across 14 states in Brazil went on a six-day hunger strike against abusive and unsanitary conditions, inspired by the USA-wide prison strike on September 9th 2016. The action took place in the context of immense administrative corruption, and a complex situation involving “criminal entities” in the region.
Please note: Malik has requested sending this out to be published in the SF Bay View and any other anarchist publication.
An update from the movement to fight prison slavery in Texas.