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 Resist the Reincarceration of Jalil Muntaqim!

Monroe County District Attorney Attempts to Reincarcerate a Respected Elder [recovering from COVID-19] on Fabricated Charges Jalil Muntaqim, former Black Panther and respected elder, was recently released after nearly 50 years in prison The NYS Board of Parole, in his 14th hearing, interviewed him at length and determined that he …

From Burnside to Laval: Solidarity!

This message is from the Burnside prison strikers to the Laval hunger strikers. For more information about the situation at Laval, where migrant prisoners have been on hunger strike for over a week now, see the Solidarity Across Borders website. Solidarity! Prisoners and former prisoners of Burnside and our fellow …

What happened to Prisoner Justice Day?

What happened to Prisoner Justice Day? is a podcast mini series about the history of prisons in canada focusing on differences in the prison system in the 1960s-1980s versus today. The podcast features interviews with former and current prisoners, as well as supporters on the outside; the miniseries is all …

Kuwasi Balagoon Video Interview

Many years ago, when working on what was originally envisaged as a pamphlet, a short collection of writings by Kuwasi Balagoon, i was told of a television interview with Balagoon, conducted while he was incarcerated following the failed Brinks expropriation of 1981. These were in the days before youtube or …

Certain Days Calendar 2020: Call for Art and Article Submissions

Call for Art and Article Submissions: Knitting Together the Struggles What: A call for art and article submissions for the 2020 Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar. Deadline:  May 17, 2019 The Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar collective (www.certaindays.org) is releasing its 19th calendar this coming fall. The …

Termite Collective Statement on National Prison Strike

August 21, 2018 To who it may concern, We are a group made up of individuals from diverse backgrounds, including volunteers, former inmates, and currently incarcerated inmates. Many of our members are inmates serving life sentences, several of our group members have been incarcerated for more than a quarter century and …