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

Anarchist Black Cross Federation,  Newsletter of the “Caucus of Men Against Sexism” 2:1 (October, 2000)

Anarchist Black Cross Federation -   Caucus of Men Against Sexism (download PDF newsletter here) Citation: Anarchist Black Cross Federation, Caucus of Men Against Sexism. 2:1 (October 2001. Housed at the International Anarchist Black Cross archive (Los Angeles, CA)   Timeline of North American Anarchist Black Cross *w/out history of preceding organizations, i.e. Nightcrawler, Black anarchist involvement in the prison … Continue reading Anarchist Black Cross Federation,  Newsletter of the “Caucus of Men Against Sexism” 2:1 (October, 2000)

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

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