Prisons and Police

If It Was Easy, They Wouldn't Call It Struggle

If It Was Easy, They Wouldn't Call It Struggle

"I don't want to do my imprisonment 'easy,' to succumb to a living death, I want to do it 'hard,' even if it means that I am brutalized. Even in prison I want to know that I am living every day of my life, to fight back as best I can." Mark Barnsley  read more »

Olympia CopWatch

Are you satisfied with the Just Us system? Do you like the creeping
police state that has taken over your country, protecting and serving
property at the expense of your liberty and your health? We dont like
these things either and we're going to make a place here to discuss
what went wrong, and what we can do to make it right. We're seeking
justice.  read more »

Writing to Prisoners Frequently Asked Questions


"Probably the easiest and arguably most important aspect of supporting prisoners is writing to them. One of the hardest things for many prisoners to cope with is the feeling of isolation – being cut off from friends and family and everything they know in their normal lives.  read more »

Огненный Атлас


"Эта книга - место встречи наших товарищей со всей планеты. Место воображаемой встречи, конечно. Нас разделяют тюремные стены и решётки, потому что наши тела временно в плену наших врагов."

Race Treason Behind Prison Walls

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A newly-formatted compilation of two essays exploring the potential of those within prison to transcend the racialized hatred cultivated by prison officials. First, “Back from Hell” by Lorenzo Komboa Evrin, followed by “Black and White and Dead All Over” by Staughton Lynd.

The Flatbush Rebellion

R.I.P. Kimani "Kiki" Gray
Gone but not Forgotten

STREET TRANSVESTITE ACTION REVOLUTIONARIES: survival, revolt, and queer antagonist struggle


Untorelli Press presents a compilation of historical documents, interviews, and critical analyses of STAR, a group of street queens in early 70s New York City who self-organized for survival and revolt. Contained within are pamphlets distributed by STAR, as well as interviews with and speeches by Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson.  read more »

Queens, Hookers, and Hustlers: Organizing For Survival and Revolt Amongst Gender-Variant Sex Workers, 1950-1970

Queens, Hookers, and Hustlers

A selection from Mack Friedman's "Strapped for Cash: a History of American Hustler Culture."

From the Introduction:  read more »

Queer Prisoners of War

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Addresses and information on 5 queer prisoners of war. Addresses current as of 2/16/13.

Community, Justice, and Solidarity

End Police Brutality in Providence

Communities of color across the US have historically been victims of police violence in various ways. This pamphlet offers analysis of police violence in our neighborhoods, proposes steps towards building alternatives to policing, and includes legal resources.

Red Emma Speaks: An Emma Goldman Reader (Edited by Alix Kates Shulman)

Red Emma Speaks

Alix Shulman has provided a truly elegant collection of Emma Goldman's speeches and writings. Shulman's introductions also display a rare and genuine knowledge of anarchist political thought. In her comments, Kates shows the relevance of Goldman's life and work for the contemporary world.  read more »

Fuck the Police

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ALL COPS ARE BASTARDS, ACAB! Anti-cop zine listing some of the many reasons to hate the pigs. Short, sweet and to the point.

World Without Cops, A (Oakland 2012)

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A simple, plain-language zine that uses concrete examples from Oakland 2009-2012 to help envision what a world without cops (and without capitalism) could look like. Uses examples from the Occupy movement and beyond to paint a picture of a communal, non-authoritarian world. Large, simple text and lots of pictures.  read more »

GIUSEPPE PINELLI 15 dicembre 1969 noi non dimentichiamo.

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21052 BUSTO ARSIZIO –VA- Italia

(Quart. Sant’Anna dietro la piazza principale)


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Giuseppe Pinelli


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