On Self-Defense against Racist Murder

A discussion on the culture of hate and violence in US society and the rationality of securing New Afrikan communities by the NCTT: Zaharibu Dorrough, Heshima Denham, Jabari Scott and Kambui Robinson Published in: SF Bayview, April 26, 2016 Part 1 “It is well known that the Black race is the most oppressed and most exploited … Continue reading On Self-Defense against Racist Murder

Prisoners’ Agreement to End Hostilities as the basis for the abolition of ‘legal’ slavery

From: SF Bay View, Dec. 25, 2014 by Michael Zaharibu Dorrough, J. Heshima Denham and Kambui Robinson, NCTT Corcoran SHU “When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle.” – George Berkeley “Slavery is nearly as old as human civilization itself, but … Continue reading Prisoners’ Agreement to End Hostilities as the basis for the abolition of ‘legal’ slavery

On Racism, Resistance and State Violence – A Discussion on the Politics of Greed and Hate

By N.C.T.T.-Cor-SHU “We all agree that ‘race’ is invented, but are then required to defer to its embeddedness in the world.”-Paul Gilroy “ ‘Racism’ is used to justify and facilitate the exploitation of peoples, and it’s based on the false belief that humanity is divided into a plurality of ‘races’ that stand in relation to … Continue reading On Racism, Resistance and State Violence – A Discussion on the Politics of Greed and Hate

Hunger Strike for Medical Care at CSP-Corcoran SHU!

UPDATE:After a week of hunger striking by three men inside Corcoran SHU and organizers calling and writing to the prison, we are happy to report that Kambui Robinson has been moved to the Acute Care Hospital in Corcoran for his diabetic complications, and the hunger strike is now ended. Thanks to everyone who called, wrote, … Continue reading Hunger Strike for Medical Care at CSP-Corcoran SHU!

Power concedes nothing, Part 2: a discussion on retaliation, censorship and fascism in the modern US state

Sept 8th, 2014By the NCTT-Cor-SHUPublished on: SF Bay View “Free discussion of the problems of society is a cardinal principal of Americanism … Censorship is utterly foreign to our way of life; it smacks of dictatorship.” – U.S. Supreme Court in Fortune Society v. McGinnis, 319 F.Supp. 901 (1970) “Prestige bars any serious attack on … Continue reading Power concedes nothing, Part 2: a discussion on retaliation, censorship and fascism in the modern US state

Open letter to Assemblyman Tom Ammiano and Senator Loni Hancock from prisoners in solitary confinement in Corcoran State Prison

Reblogged from: SF Bay ViewMay 23rd 2014 by Michael R. Dorrough, J. Heshima Denham, Kambui Robinson and Jabari Scott Dear Assemblyman Ammiano, We write out of concern for the manner in which certain aspects of CDCR’s Step-Down Program (SDP) are being implemented. The specific area of concern has to do with the self-directed journals and … Continue reading Open letter to Assemblyman Tom Ammiano and Senator Loni Hancock from prisoners in solitary confinement in Corcoran State Prison

Power Concedes Nothing: A Discussion on CDCr’s Insidious Regulatory Semantics and Judicial Collusion in Maintenance of SHU Torture Units

Power Concedes Nothing: A Discussion on CDCr’s Insidious  Regulatory Semantics and  Judicial Collusion in Maintenance of SHU Torture Units From the N.C.T.T.-COR-SHU “Revolutionary activity in every area of human existence will come about by itself when the contradictions in every new process are comprehended; it will consist of an identification with those forces that are … Continue reading Power Concedes Nothing: A Discussion on CDCr’s Insidious Regulatory Semantics and Judicial Collusion in Maintenance of SHU Torture Units

Declining a Deal with the Devil: Coercive journaling required to ‘step down’ from solitary confinement – A Discussion on the coercive nature of Par. 700.2 of CDCR’s Security Threat Group Pilot Program

This was published in the SF Bay View: “The chief function of the disciplinary power is to ‘train’… It ‘trains’ the moving, confused, useless multitudes of bodies and forces them into a multiplicity of individual elements – small, separate cells … combinatory segments. “Discipline ‘makes’ individuals; it is the specific technique of a power that … Continue reading Declining a Deal with the Devil: Coercive journaling required to ‘step down’ from solitary confinement – A Discussion on the coercive nature of Par. 700.2 of CDCR’s Security Threat Group Pilot Program

Resistance to Torture is not a Game

A reply to Debra J. Saunders from the NCTT in COR – SHU “Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man, its publication is a duty.”   Anne Louise Germaine de Staël Here’s how you know corporate mass media journalists like San Francisco Chronicle columnist Debra J. Saunders are simply the public mouthpieces of the state’s … Continue reading Resistance to Torture is not a Game

A Discussion on the Agreement to End Hostilities as a Basis for Socio-Economic Empowerment and Inter-communal Independence From the NCTT-COR-SHU

A Discussion on the Agreement to End Hostilities as a Basis for Socio-Economic Empowerment and Inter-communal Independence. From the NCTT-COR-SHU “To overcome the intelligent by folly is contrary to the natural order of things; to overcome the foolish by intelligence is in accordance with the natural order. To overcome the intelligent by intelligence, however, is … Continue reading A Discussion on the Agreement to End Hostilities as a Basis for Socio-Economic Empowerment and Inter-communal Independence From the NCTT-COR-SHU