Prison Stike Continues, Revolutionary Solidarity Needed

At least four prisons in Georgia remain in lockdown five days after prisoners went on strike in protest of poor living and working conditions. Using cell phones purchased from guards, the prisoners coordinated the nonviolent protests to stage the largest prison strike in U.S. history. For more, click here.
We are all prisoners of industrial civilization. Check out the following quote from the Earth First! Journal’s prisoner support page:
“While the focus of this page is on eco-prisoners, caged animal liberationists and prisoners of indigenous land struggles, we also include other prisoners who are incarcerated for their beliefs and actions related which reflect a broader vision towards liberation from this current system. We feel that cross-movement solidarity is of particular importance in prison-related efforts, where isolation is our common enemy’s strategy.” read more here.

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