Working Bibliography

BIBLIOGRAPHY   Abu-Jamal, Mumia. Jailhouse Lawyers: Prisoners Defending Prisons v. the U.S. San Francisco: City Lights, 2009. —. Live from Death Row. New York: Harper Perennial, 1996. Acoli, Sundiata. An Updated History of the New Afrikan Prison Struggle. Jacksonville: Sundiata Acoli Freedom Campaign & Anarchist Black Cross Federation (1998). —. Bits N Pieces, The Sundiata … Continue reading Working Bibliography

‘It’s All One Struggle at Base’: PIC Abolition, Grassroots Movement-Building, and the Contradictions of Organization Across Prison Walls (Research Proposal)

‘It’s All One Struggle at Base’: PIC Abolition, Grassroots Movement-Building, and the Contradictions of Organization Across Prison Walls Dissertation Prospectus,  draft submitted September 2019 Well, we’re all familiar with the function of the prison as an institution serving the needs of the totalitarian state. We’ve got to destroy that function; the function has to be no … Continue reading ‘It’s All One Struggle at Base’: PIC Abolition, Grassroots Movement-Building, and the Contradictions of Organization Across Prison Walls (Research Proposal)

Primary Sources: Freedom Archives

The lists below are archival sources that I will be studying over the next two years. Significant portions of the archival resources I am working with are housed at the San Francisco Freedom Archives, the Southern California Library, the DePaul library special collections, and my bookshelf. The majority of the project, however, will be based … Continue reading Primary Sources: Freedom Archives