You can read it here: http://apoclove.wordpress.com/2013/01/07/resistance-behind-bars-the-stru...
And many apologies to Anthony Rayson and the South Chicago ABC Zine Distro for not catching the error in the resource listing.
I plan to post other issues of Tenacious as I run out of paper copies, so stay tuned.
According to the article:
For the prisoners, the hour-long Saturday orchestra practice gives them a break in their highly structured prison routine.
Originally published in The International Business Times
Good news for pregnant prison inmates in Virginia: You will no longer be shackled during labor and childbirth.
Virginia’s Board of Corrections this month announced the adoption of new regulatory language to restrict the use of restraints on incarcerated pregnant women, a decision met with praise by a coalition of women’s rights advocates, prison r
Tuesday November 27 at 7:30pm (note change of time from original schedule)
Editor Dan Berger (University of Washington, Bothell)
Join Students for Unity for a discussion about resistance to the prison-industrial complex, with author Vikki Law and Portland Central American Solidarity Committee (PCASC). PCASC will be discussing private prisons and immigrant detention centers and the prison divestment campaign.
Wednesday, November 7th, 3:30 pm
Simpson Center at University of Washington, Communications 202/204
NEW YORK — Rosalia Silva came to New York from Mexico with the promise of a good job, her small child in tow. Instead, she was forced into prostitution, trapped in a life of abuse and misery, and she saw no way out.