Theory and Strategy
Articles and essays contributing to prison abolition theory and strategy.
This August we’re expecting a firestorm of resistance and rebellion to rage through US prisons.
“To rise beyond the limits of protest, we must chart out our political intentions, organizational goals, and a larger vision about our direction. First, and foremost, militant self-defense, and the capacity for larger militant actions must be addressed at the inception of the organizing process.
Bennu Hannibal from the Free Alabama Movement on the launch of their boycott campaign for 2018.
Audio Report: Officials Threaten Prisoners with Solitary & Gang Status in Response to #OperationPUSH
Karen from Gainesville Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee (IWOC) and Fight Toxic Prisons (FTP), discuss #OperationPUSH.
It’s been a hard silence for the past 5 days since Operation PUSH launched a statewide prisoner strike in the FL Department of Corrections prison system (FDOC or FDC) coinciding with Martin Luther King Day.
The lines between the digital and the physical blur everyday. The way we communicate and organize is intimately bound up in the technology we use. The digital platforms we are on are shaping the way we work, learn, communicate and socialize. What and how we use technology is a critical component of revolutionary organizing.
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.