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Fighting for Our Own: Working Class Resistance in Appalachia and the South (Part 2 of 3)

Part 2 of 3: Slave Revolts, Convict Leasing, and Prison Uprisings (part 1 available here)

Dividing the Working Class: The Racial Caste System
The United States, and the South in particular, have a long and painful history of holding people captive and forcing them to work against their will or for very little pay. 6,181 more words

Chain Gang

Border Witness Program Texas 2015

April 24 through May 1, 2015

The Border Witness Program was one of the most extraordinary weeks of my life, full of learning and surprises and wonderful new friends. 2,390 more words

Sisters Of The Divine Compassion

Detention of asylum-seekers in the UK: a continuous violation of human rights


Immigration detention is the detention of migrants who are seeking entry to a territory, or awaiting deportation, removal, or return from a territory.1… 2,471 more words

Public International Law

Yarl's Wood

Lilija’s account of protecting the other detainee is here: https://detainedvoices.wordpress.com/2015/04/29/lillija-anna-got-moved-to-holloway-prison/

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We now have a date for the G4S AGM – it is Thursday 4 June at the Excel centre on Dockland.  The AGM begins at 11am and will last for a couple of hours. 335 more words

Penal Excess

FREE News: 10th April

AFSJ (EU criminal law): Fundamental Rights and the European Public Prosecutor’s Office: an uncomfortable silence (EU Law Analysis blog): The EU’s proposal for the establishment of a European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO) has created quite a stir in the Member States. 307 more words