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Feb 27, 2012

Bored but not broken: 'What did you do at school today?'

Mandy Hiscocks
It seems like an appropriate time to talk about how the state uses the criminal justice system and the prison-industrial complex to rip apart families in poor, marginalized and targeted communities.
Blog
Feb 15, 2012

Bored but not broken: Home, home on the range

Mandy Hiscocks
I've been here almost four weeks now and I've got the routine down. So now it's time for me to answer the question I get asked the most by folks on the outside: "So what do you do all day?"
Activist Toolkit

Support prisoners

Guides
How to support prisoners while they are held by the state
Blog
Feb 2, 2012

Bored but not broken: Liberation

Mandy Hiscocks
G20 political prisoner Mandy Hiscocks writes about the parole system in prison and why she won't be applying.
Blog
Jan 29, 2012

Bored but not broken: Ten days down, 314 to go

Mandy Hiscocks
It's Sunday, January 22, and this is my 10th day. So far things are going well, there haven't been any problems and I have no regrets about my decision to do this time.
Activist Toolkit

Troy Davis

On This Day
Troy Davis was murdered by the state even after reasonable doubt was apparent in his case
Activist Toolkit

Hunger strike

Guides
This guide will tell you how to safely go on a hunger strike
Activist Toolkit

Books to Prisoners

rabblepedia
Books to Prisoners has been supporting education and prisoner rights since the 1970s
Podcast
Nov 14, 2011

Canada's mass incarceration agenda

People's Health Radio
PHR looks at the mass incarceration agenda in Canada -- from the "ominous" crime bill, to prison construction and privatization in B.C. to the targeting of poor people who use illicit drugs.
Podcast
Nov 6, 2011
Redeye

Zero tolerance policing

Redeye
Following the uprisings in London and other English cities, the U.K. government introduced plans to broaden the use of U.S. suppression models of policing including civil gang injunctions.
Podcast
Aug 18, 2011
#126 - No activist slowdown for summer

#126 - No activist slowdown for summer

rabble radio
In this podcast: teaching and writing music with women prisoners, the life of a disability activist, and what it means for one street to move from bookshops to bars.

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