An anthology featuring writings from death row inmates, POWs of the drug war, and more.
Contains 36 pieces from a broad range of prisoners.
A collection of writings and art by male prisoners at Pelican Bay Prison in California.
Autobiography of Assata Shakur (born Joanne Chesimard), Black Panther leader politically persecuted in United States, and living in exile in Cuba.
Using first-person narratives and a review of contemporary theory, this book addresses how women return to the “free world” after single or multiple experiences of incarceration.
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.
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.
An American Indian movement Activist (AIM), Peltier was imprisoned two decades ago on charges stemming from conflict with the FBI on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. During his years in prison, Peltier has been subjected to horrific conditions and treatment. He writes about those experiences as they were part of a sundance, a traditional American Indian ceremony in which unendurable sufferings are embraced as a spiritual testimony.