Writings and Art by Political Prisoners and Prisoners of War in the U.S. Includes contributions by Assata Shakur, Laura Whitehorn, Susan Rosenberg, Marilyn Buck, Katya Komisaruk, Barbara Curzi, Dylcia Pagán, Kathy Boudin, Alicia Rodríguez and Linda Evans, among many others.
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Biographies of political prisoners in the United States.
Contributors include Mumia Abu-Jamal, Assata Shakur, Sundiata Acoli, Ramona Africa, Erskine Johnson, Dr. Mutulu Shakur, Yvonne Johns, Karen Johnson and others.
Details the FBI’s secret wars against the Black Panther Party and the American Indian Movement. Argues that Counterintelligence Program type activities continued after 1971 (contrary to official announcements). Concludes with consideration of recent FBI activities against the Puerto Rican Independence movement and the Central American sanctuary and solidarity movements.
Discusses the ideals of the COINTELPRO (Counter INTELligence PROgram), which was created by the FBI to counter progress made by the black, Latino, and female populations in the 1960s and 70s.
Application of principles of international law to several cases of political persecution and coercion in the United States.
The story of the Puerto Rican political prisoners and prisoners of war as a continuous thread in the Puerto Rican independence movement, including Lolita Lebron, Alejandrina Torres, Ida Luz Rodríguez, Alicia Rodríguez, Dylcia Pagán and Carmen Valentín.
A survey, with extensive excerpts, of writings by and about women political prisoners in Northern Ireland, Israel, El Salvador, Egypt, South Africa, and the United States.
Political essays, thoughts and fragments from the legendary prison activist and revolutionary.
The definite book on the politics of prison by arguably America?s foremost prison activist.