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npl: npub, [c2006]. Six-panel brochure, 4.75x9 inches, horizontally creased else very good condition. On Joyanna (Sadie) Zacher, Jonathan Paul, Daniel McGowan, Nathan (Exile) Block and other anarchists, environmental activists, and animal rights activists arrested as part of the Operation Backfire.
n.p. npub, [c2008]. Single sheet, printed one side only, 8.5x11 inches, fold-creased else very good condition. Eric McDavid is an anarchist and environmental activist who was charged with "conspiracy to damage and destroy property by fire and an explosive" in connection with a plot to bomb dams in 2006. He.....
Havana: Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de la Republica de Cuba, [circa 1990]. Pamphlet. 31p. plus a dozen pages of documents in facsimile, most pertaining to incarcerated persons; printed double-column accompanied by b&w site photos, again mostly of prison life (the Eastern and Western Havana Penitentiary Centers are vast), softbound as.....
San Francisco: Humanists of San Francisco, 1975. 8p., 8.5x11 inches, front cover lightly foxed, penned addres and cancelled stamp on back cover else good condition. Cover story is on a discussion hosted by the group on sex, law and morality, focusing on prostitution and homosexuality; also includes a lengthy letter.....
[London]: no pub. [c1984]. Handbill. photocopied two-sided handbill, 8.5x11 inches; quarter fold creases with some minor soiling on back, else in very good condition. Back includes political prisoners' names and prison addresses for sympathizers to send letters and includes some of their charges.
Seattle: Prisoner Support Group, 1972. Three issues of the 7x8.5 inch newsletter, 12, 16 and 16 pages respectively; issues present are January, March, and April 1972. First issue has a rubberstamp of the Partisan Party on the cover, otherwise generally very good condition with some toning. Includes articles on the.....
[New York-?]: [Rebecca Nestle], 2016. Paperback. 301p., illustrated with b&w period photography (mostly early portraits), softbound in 9x6 inch glossy black photo-decorated wraps. "Originally published as J. Abrams-Buch, edited by El Centro Cultural Israelita de México and printed by La Voz Israelita de México in 1956"-- back cover. For distributing.....
San Francisco: Kalayaan, 1971. Newspaper. 28p. tabloid newspaper, horizontal fold, evenly toned, mild edgewear. Radical Filipino-American paper, named after a publication from the original independence movement. Cover art depicts Marcos as a Nazi. Includes a piece in support of the Attica prison uprising.
Paris: Editions Sylleps, 1996. Pamphlet. 22p., 11.75x4 inches; illus., staplebound wraps, a bit handled, but otherwise in very good condition. French journal conveying the lesser known American left to French-language readers covering topics from the AFL-CIO to Mumia Abu-Jamal to Labor Notes.
Oakland: Paz y la Solidaridad, [1987?]. handbill leaflet. Single sheet newsletter, 8.5x14 inches, printed two sides, text in Spanish, photo of an anniversary march in Puerto Rico, black print on white paper, mild wear. On the case of te Puerto Rican activists charged with armed robbery in 1983.
[San Francisco]: National Committee to Free Puerto Rican Prisoners of War; New Movement in Solidarity with Puerto Rican Independence and Socialism; Fireworks, [198-]. Poster. 22x15.5 inch poster, very good, stylized portraits of the prisoners Alejandrina Torres, Edwin Cortés, José Luis Rodríguez and Alberto Rodríguez, sentenced in 1985 for planning bombings.....
Chicago: Committee to End the Marion Lockdown, . [14p.] stapled booklet, 8.5x11 inches, very good condition. Transcript of a two-part NPR program on Marion prison, with a two-page introduction by the Committee. All inmates at the prison, which included some prominent political figures, were kept in their cells 23 hours.....
Chicago: Committee to End the Marion Lockdown, . [14p.] booklet, 8.5x11 inches, staples neatly removed. Transcript of a two-part NPR program on Marion prison, with a two-page introduction by the Committee. All inmates at the prison, which included some prominent political figures, were kept in their cells 23 hours a......
Worcester, MA: The Massachusetts Spy, 1971. 12p., single issue of the tabloid format newspaper, evenly toned. Named after the eighteenth century publication, the masthead describes monopoly capitalism as the new oppressor to be overthrown. Includes coverage of local activism, the GI movement, housing issues, prison revolts, and more. The paper.....
New York: National Lawyers Guild (NY Chapter), 1976. Newsletter. 12p., tabloid newspaper format, horizontal fold, evenly toned. The pubication began during the Attica rebellion. This issue includes an interview with Assata Shakur, as well as a prison letter from Salvador Agron (remembered in popular culture as the Capeman).
San Francisco: MIM(Prisons), 2011. Single 5.5x8.5 inch sheet leaflet/handbill printed both sides, black text on white stock, drawing of Maoist CDCR prisoner breaking his chains, very good condition. Calling for support of Pelican Bay prisoners planning a hunger strike in Group D protesting non-disciplinary solitary confinement. Sample letter on rear.....