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The song challenged the celebrated actor for his bigotry and role in helping to prop up an oppressive colonial system. It refers to his movies that often portrayed Wayne as a heroic cowboy fighting against the villainous Native Americans.
The attention Dan gave to you was a sign of the love and respect that he had for those who were willing to fight for the same causes that were crucial to him.
While the United States Justice Department has increasingly wielded the Espionage Act to make an example out of government employees or contractors, federal prosecutors have been reluctant to charge current and former high-ranking officials. That makes the thirty-one Espionage Act charges against former President Donald Trump stunning.
Divide and Dissolve is an Australian-based instrumental doom metal duo that features saxophonist and guitarist Takiaya Reed and percussionist Sylvie Nehill. For the female duo, the act of simply inhabiting a prominently white male genre space is political.
No-No Boy is a multimedia project formed by Julian Saporiti & Erin Aoyama while pursuing their doctorates at Brown University.
Celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys recorded this song based on unused lyrics from Woody Guthrie for their forthcoming album, “Okemah Rising.”
Die Jim Crow Records, the first record company to work exclusively with musicians impacted by the United States prison system, has collaborated with another formerly incarcerated artist named EL BENTLY 448.
On World Press Freedom Day, the United States State Department abandoned its policy of not commenting on the case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and essentially backed the prosecution against him.
When the Washington State DOC announced it would close the Washington State Reformatory, it caused a rift between incarcerated abolitionists.
Practicing journalism in prison is necessary, but incarcerated reporters face enormous risks and aggressive retaliation.
Rebuilding a life after years in a cage is a daunting task and some of those challenges are quantified and documented. But there are many more complicated, nuanced challenges that are less popularly known and harder to turn into data.
Massachusetts is refusing to share information about plans for a new women’s prison with concerned citizens through a controversial exemption to the state’s public records law.
Inside Georgia’s prisons, Georgia Prisoners Speak fights barriers to the outside and engages in abolitionist political education.
Jovan Strong speaks to Steven Anthony Jones about adjusting to life after Death Row.
Prison health care is designed to avoid or withhold care for as long as possible, often to the point of causing serious harm.
As Georgia prison officials move towards fully digitizing communications with Securus and curtailing access to contraband cellphones, incarcerated people and their loved ones are speaking out.
James Jones and Caren Holmes surveyed incarcerated people in the US and UK to collectivize our knowledge of mutual aid practices in prisons.