Writings

“Contains material solely for the purpose of achieving breakdown of prison through disruption”

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Remember Tyre Nichols – by Dan Baker

Say his name. Here at FCI Memphis they are talking about locking us down when the cops here are forced to release the video of the brutal murder of Trye Nichols after 6pm this evening. This video is so obviously malicious and shocking that the FBI and law enforcement all over the country are bracing…

Growing Fascism in Prisons – by David Annarelli

David J. Annarelli 1853637 A-137PSCC P.o. Box 518Pocahontas VA 24635 The growing spread of fascism, globally as well as here in the United States, is being at least noted by most main stream media outlets. It is the age old “hidden in plain sight“ fascism here in the United States that should be of grave…

Remembering Manny (aka Tortuguita) – by Dan Baker

I just learned today that my friend Manny was murdered by cops in the Atlanta Forest. I send my love, sympathetic outrage and condolences to everyone who knew Manny and loves him. I send his parents all my love, outrage, admiration and respect for raising this man who became a hero who put into practice…

Jason Renard Walker in Danger, Requesting Support

Jason Walker, an imprisoned writer and organizer in the Texas prison system, is facing immediate danger and has made a call for support. Jason writes: “This is Jason Renard Walker. I’m currently at the Wayne Scott Unit. As of now I’m not sure where my property or I.D. is. The purpose of this letter is…

Herstory, part 3 – by Dan Baker

Herstory, part 3 – by Dan Baker Near the end of the 19th century writers like John Addington Symonds and Edward Carpenter began a long, drawn out campaign against laws which punished the natural expression of love. They worked with radicals like Havelock Ellis to advocate for the gay community. This community has always existed…

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