Dr. King Must Never Be Remembered

“There is, of course, the syndrome Lenin spoke about when he said that once opponents of the bourgeoisie are dead the rulers transform these class enemies into ciphers or agreeable sycophants of Imperialism (however “askew” they might have “seemed” in life) who are now ‘rehabilitated’ all the way into being represented as the very opposite […]

A PRIMER: New Afrikan History of Struggle and Perspective by PP Jalil Muntaqim

Jalil has taken the time to compose the African American History curriculum he was teaching when he was thrown into the hole. This is incredible in-depth history with perspectives for today’s struggle! Please take the time to read A PRIMER #1, A PRIMER #2, A PRIMER #3and A PRIMER #4 of this History. If you are an educator, please consider […]

Policy of the Cruel and Absurd: Sleep Deprivation in California’s Prisons

Originally posted on Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity:
By Charlie Hinton, Verbena Lea, and Willow Katz In prison isolation units throughout California, guards wake prisoners up every 30 minutes under the guise of suicide prevention. These “security/welfare checks” cause ongoing sleep deprivation. The United Nations and many sleep and mental health experts have long defined sleep…