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USA based 'Fire to the Prisons' magazine release #8

‘Fire to the Prisons’ is a regulary published USA based magazine of conflict news, reports and articles about libertarian and anti-capitalist struggle.

The magazine is free to prisoners, and has a readership inside the American jails, also the editors make the magazine free or on donation to anti-prison/anarchist/anti-capitalist groups who share a similar outlook and who want to distribute it in their areas to help circulate much needed funds and agitational ideas.

You can download the PDF for free.

Issue #8 Table of Contents

WHAT AND WHY:
A quick briefing – Pg. 3

TURNING THE TABLES – IN DEFENSE OF THE EXCEPTIONS:
Advocating a revolutionary voice in defense of the “cop-killer”. By Another Delinquent – Pg. 10

WE’LL GET WHAT WE CAN TAKE:
A brief chronology of recent events in the California Student-Worker Movement. – Pg. 17

THE BRICKS WE THROW AT POLICE TODAY WILL BUILD THE LIBERATION SCHOOLS OF TOMORROW
By Three Non-Matriculating Proletarians – Pg. 23

BLAST FROM THE PAST: BLACK MASK AND UP AGAINST THE WALL MOTHERFUCKER
The story of a small underground 1960’s Revolutionary group in New York City. – Pg. 28

OUR TEARS MAKE THE FLOWERS GROW
On the situation in greece. – Pg. 37

RIOT:
The Olympics are coming. – Pg. 41

WE DID NOT HAVE OUR “BROKENHAGEN”
On the actions against the climate summit “Cop15” in Copenhagen. By Some Unwanted Children of Capitalism – Pg. 46

REPRESSION:
Updates on the legal cases or situations of those enemy to the state. – Pg. 48

REVOLUTIONARY SOLIDARITY
Actions claimed in solidarity with other struggles, arrested individuals, or unrest. – Pg. 73

A CHRONOLOGY:
Of North American Prisoner Resistance. – Pg. 80

ANARCHIST RESISTANCE
Attacks claimed by Anarchists. – Pg. 84

NATIVE CONFLICT:
Under reported actions of Indigenous and “Third” World struggles. – Pg. 87

REMEMBERING IVAN KHUTORSKOY + RESISTING FASCISM – Pg. 90

ETC:
Shout Outs, Further Reading, News. – Pg. 94

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