Conferences and Convergences of the 90s/00s: a working archive

If anyone has any old programs, notes, or docs they would like to share from national anti-prison/abolitionist convergences of the '90s/'00s, please drop a line @Merlin_Buk. Slowly trying to build this collection. You can also simply submit materials by way of email: MBEC@protonmail.com  1998 Jericho '98 March - Amnesty and Freedom for All Political Prisoners … Continue reading Conferences and Convergences of the 90s/00s: a working archive

Prison News Service – a Bulldozer Publication

Prison News Service – a Bulldozer Publication http://prisonfreepress.org/Prison_News_Service.htm Back Issue Catalogue Over the past four decades, a flowering network of anti-criminalization, prisoner liberation, and prison abolitionist movements has generated a dynamic body of revolutionary theory, internal analysis and self-criticism, and vernaculars of insurrection and autonomous movement-building, in its historic standoff with the U.S. regime of … Continue reading Prison News Service – a Bulldozer Publication

Black Liberation and the Abolition of the Prison Industrial Complex

An Interview with Rachel Herzing The specific timing of this interview is important to highlight, as we’re now about midway through Black August. Could you possibly explain what Black August is, and why it is so important for people to recognize today? Rachel (RH): Black August is a call for reflection, study, and action to … Continue reading Black Liberation and the Abolition of the Prison Industrial Complex

Anarchist Black Cross Conference | by Jim Campbell

In August, members of various Anarchist Black Cross (ABC) groups came together in New York to try to bring new life to the organization which dates back to the Russian revolution. Bulldozer, although not an official ABC group, participated as did other anti-authoritarian activists who are active in the anti-prison movement (APM). While it couldn't … Continue reading Anarchist Black Cross Conference | by Jim Campbell

The Challenge of Prison Abolition: A Conversation

reposted from:    The Challenge of Prison Abolition: A Conversation A conversation between Angela Y. Davis and Dylan Rodriguez Angela Y. Davis teaches in the History of Consciousness program at the University of California (215 Oakes College, Santa Cruz, CA 95060), and has been actively involved in prison-related campaigns since the events that led to … Continue reading The Challenge of Prison Abolition: A Conversation

South Chicago ABC Zine Distro: Interview with Anthony Rayson

South Chicago ABC Zine Distro is an Anarchist Black Cross, member of Anarchist Black Cross Network, providing prisoners with free literature consisting of zines and pamphlets, written by Anthony Rayson (b. 1954) as well as by prisoners and other activists. Zines are offered free of charge to prisoners and are welcome to be copied and distributed freely.    To download the following interview … Continue reading South Chicago ABC Zine Distro: Interview with Anthony Rayson

From Political Prisoner to Poet: Marilyn Buck

This article is reposted from the Ms. Magazine Blog For close to 30 years, Marilyn Buck was one of many U.S. political prisoners, a population largely ignored in a country that doesn’t tire of criticizing other nations for imprisoning people for political reasons. A Marxist feminist activist who put her actions where her beliefs were, Buck took part … Continue reading From Political Prisoner to Poet: Marilyn Buck

N.O.B.O. “Black Prison Movements U.S.A.” Trenton: Africa World Press, 1995

    ~ Ch. 1 "This article was first written at the request of the New Afrikan Peoples Organization (NAPO). Its original title was 'The Rise and Development of the New Afrikan Liberation Struggle Behind the Walls.'" https://t.co/5jeHRrq20d ~ Ch. 9 Dr. Mutulu Shakur, et al. "Genocide Wage Against the Black nation through Behavior Modification/Orchesterated by … Continue reading N.O.B.O. “Black Prison Movements U.S.A.” Trenton: Africa World Press, 1995