This piece is by our formerly incarcerated comrade. There are funds to surveil him but there are not funds to keep him fed, housed, and healthy. This system encourages death + harm, not life. [photo ID: photo of the comrade with a shaved head and a grey beard in a complex braid outside with someContinue reading “Funds to Punish, But No Funding to Live”
photo of Greg squatting back when he had longer hair. His hands are clasped together. He is in a teal prison jump suit and squatting before a painted background of some bright blue, some dark grey rock formations, and some grass. Little Black Train by Jacob Cohen plays in the background Someone’s voice: The goalContinue reading “Aggressive in Your Pursuit of Life: PrisonsKill in Conversation with Greg Curry”
“But Mainly To Fight”: An Interview with Solitary Resistor Troy Hendrix Little Black Train by Jacob Cohen plays in the background Someone’s voice: The goal of #PrisonsKill is to show you how prisons are inherent death traps, how they been letting us die before Covid-19 and that will continue to be so until we letContinue reading ““But Mainly To Fight”: An Interview with Solitary Resistor Troy Hendrix”
Transcript of “That Connection Can Transcend All of Their Fences: #PrisonsKill in Conversation with Sean and Lauren Swain
photo of Sean from Kansas City ABC – Sean is pictured in a white kufi with his hands up, seemingly indicating “hands up, don’t shoot.” Sean sports a blue prison uniform short sleeve shirt, a long-sleeve white undershirt underneath of it. He has a grey beard. Transcript of “That Connection Can Transcend All of TheirContinue reading “Transcript of “That Connection Can Transcend All of Their Fences: #PrisonsKill in Conversation with Sean and Lauren Swain”
image by @sleepappointment – image illustrates five people with three holding signs that say “For the People” and another smaller person with a sign that says “FTP.” There are silhouettes of other people in the background with raised fists and signs. I approach my 19th year of incarceration, for which I was sentenced to lifeContinue reading “House of Destruction by Troy Hendrix”
Image shows Dr. Al-Fatah speaking at a podium, it was published in the San Fransisco Bayview. This piece was written April 6, 2021 in the Rikers Island Penal Colony [CONTENT WARNINGS: anxiety, sexual assault, suicide attempt] From March 26, 2019 up until this very day I’ve been in jail suffering. First, I was placed inContinue reading “Must I Suffer More? by Dr. Al-Fatah Stewart”
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