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Black Liberation and the Abolition of the Prison Industrial Complex: An Interview with Rachel Herzing (repost)

Over the next few weeks we will be posting select chapters from the first issue of Propter Nos. Below is an excerpt from our inaugural publication. Rachel Herzing lives and works in Oakland, CA, where she fights the violence of policing and imprisonment.

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Nathalie Moreau (1964-2016) (repost)

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our comrade Nathalie Moreau. Brilliant and dedicated activist, Nathalie passed away on September 5 surrounded by her family, victim of an ovarian cancer that was diagnosed a little less than four years ago.

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Policing and the Violence of White Being: An Interview with Dylan Rodríguez (repost)

Over the next few weeks we will be posting select chapters from the first issue of Propter Nos. Below is an excerpt from our inaugural publication. Dylan is a Professor and former Chair of the Department of Ethnic Studies at UC Riverside.

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One Month Until National Prisoner Strike: Updates, News and Plugging in (repost)

One month till the National Prisoner Strike! In one month, prisoners across the country will answer the call to “let the crops rot in the plantation fields, to go on strike and cease reproducing the institutions of [their] confinement.

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Détenu mort à Dorchester : des gardiens ont fait usage d’une « force inappropriée » selon un rapport (repost)

Étendu sur le sol d’une douche du pénitencier de Dorchester, au Nouveau-Brunswick, Matthew Hines a prononcé ces mots qui ont peut-être été ses derniers : « S’il vous plaît, je vous en supplie, je vous en supplie.

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