Lucy Parsons would have been a PIC Abolitionist

    1. Lucy Parsons’ selected writings in A Thousand Rioters
    2. Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin’s Anarchism and the Black Revolution
    3. George Ciccariello-Maher & Jeff St. Andrew’s “Every Crook Can Govern: Prison Rebellions as a Window to the New World”
    4. Keramet Reiter’s “The Pelican Bay Hunger Strike: Resistance within the Structural Constraints of a US Super-max Prison”
    5. Firehawk & Ben Turk’s Freedom First (pamphlet, booklet fold)
    6. Angela Davis & Dylan Rodríguez in “The Challenge of Prison Abolition: A Conversation”
    7. Dylan Rodríguez’s Forced Passages; Imprisoned Radical Intellectuals and the U.S. Prison Regime
    8. CR10 Publishing Collective, editors of Abolition Now! Ten Years of Strategy and Struggle against the Prison Industrial Complex
    9. Critical Resistance-INCITE!: Women of Color Against Violence’s joint Statement on Gender Violence and the Prison Industrial Complex
    10. Eric Stanley & Nat Smith, editors of Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment in the Prison Industrial Complex
    11. Rachel Herzing & True Leap Press in “Black Liberation and the Abolition of the Prison Industrial Complex: An Interview”