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Prakash is Free

Photo courtesy of the Churaman family. By the Free Prakash Alliance After years of struggle, Prakash finally won his freedom in June when the Queens DA announced they were dropping all charges. While the tireless organizing of Prakash and the community speaks for itself, we are sharing a few reflections that may be useful toContinue reading “Prakash is Free”

[Printer Friendly] Black August Solidarity Cypher: Week 1

Peace comrades, incarcerated folks have organized a Black August Solidarity Cypher, where folks inside or outside the American prison system can participate by reading, fasting, and/or working out more intensely. Attached above are some introductory materials and the first week of readings in a print-friendly scanned version.

Against Alienation — Lara Sheehi and Stephen Sheehi on their book Psychoanalysis Under Occupation: Practicing Resistance in Palestine

published on January 23, 2022 Jay: Welcome to Millennials Are Killing Capitalism. This is Jay. In this episode, we talk to Lara and Stephen Sheehi about their recently published book Psychoanalysis Under Occupation: Practicing Resistance in Palestine. Lara Sheehi is an assistant professor of Clinical Psychology at the George Washington University Professional Psychology Program. StephenContinue reading “Against Alienation — Lara Sheehi and Stephen Sheehi on their book Psychoanalysis Under Occupation: Practicing Resistance in Palestine”

Transcript of Prakash Churaman’s 97th Court Appearance

125-01 Queens Boulevard Kew Gardens, New York May 10, 2022  HONORABLE KENNETH C. HOLDER, Supreme Court Justice  THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK  :  Indictment :  No. 3089/14 : 5 -against- : : 6: PRAKASH CHURAMAN, : 7: Defendant. : 8:  —————————————-X  COLLOQUY  r a n c e s:  HONORABLE MELINDA KATZDistrict Attorney,Continue reading “Transcript of Prakash Churaman’s 97th Court Appearance”

“This is My Courtroom” Judge Further Represses Prakash Because Journalists Report Facts

On Tuesday Prakash Churaman appeared at the Queens Criminal Court for the 97th time in his seven and a half years long struggle to be exonerated of false murder charges. His family, friends, supporters, local organizers and abolitionists, as well as at least one elected official rallied on the courthouse steps demanding all charges beContinue reading ““This is My Courtroom” Judge Further Represses Prakash Because Journalists Report Facts”

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