Letters from Prison Rebels - Update on Conditions, Pleas for Solidarity

As of 5/25/2012 there are no stikes no longer in effect at the Special Management Unit (SMU) here in Jackson, GA. However, there are still several of the participants of the strike who are currently challenging the cruel conditions of their confinement which imposes atypical hardships upon all inmates housed at the Unit.

(A-Radio) Interview with ABC Belarus on repression and other topics

The Anarchist Radio Berlin ( has made an interview with ABC Belarus on the current situation of the anarchist prisoners in this country.

Length: 9 minutes

You can hear or download the interview here:

Other topics in the interview include:
* The situation of the anarchist movement in Belarus
* The situation in Ukraine und Russia
* The ongoing info and solidarity tour of ABC Belarus through Europe (2014)
* More concrete information on repression and anti-repression work

You can find other English language audios here:


A-Radio Berlin

Striking Georgia prisoners name names, allege sexual abuse, ongoing threats and maltreatment by staff

Striking Georgia prisoners name names, allege sexual abuse, ongoing threats and maltreatment by staff

March 20, 2014

by BAR managing editor Bruce A. Dixon

Collective Resistance

By David Roberts - one of the first 10 original members of the Georgia prison hunger strikers, currently captive in Jackson Prison.

We have now seen it on the news...Atlanta police attacked a man for "asking some questions!?"  They pepper sprayed the man and beat him, then 7 or 8 of them jumped on him and handcuffed him.  Looked exactly like another Rodney King thing to me!

Luckily an unafraid brother had his cell phone handy and videotaped the whole incident.  This happened a couple of weeks ago and hopefully the man's friends have retained a good attorney for him and with the videotape evidence, he should be back out there and waiting for his day in court with a lawsuit pending and some of those that beat him fired!

A slap in the face

David Roberts was one of the first 10 original members of the Georgia prison hunger strikes.

"I would love to hear from you!  I'm in prison, but you can write me at:
David E. Roberts #396873
GDCP/SMU P.O. Box 3877
Jackson, GA 30233
Or, you can email and the message will be relayed to me. I can write you back the same way!  Or on Facebook "

Battle at the Capitol

Mon, 01/07/2013 - 7:00pm
Atlanta Friends Meeting House
701 West Howard Avenue
Decatur, GA
United States

A panel of justice activists discuss immigration, women’s healthcare, the death penalty, prisons, budget and other issues facing the 2013 Georgia General Assembly. Panelists include Larry Pellegrini of the Georgia Rural Urban Summit; Alan Essig of the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute; and others. Reception with light refreshments at 6:30; panel at 7, followed by Q&A and general discussion. Three blocks east of East Lake MARTA station; free admission and parking. Sponsored by Georgia Peace & Justice Coalition/Atlanta, 404-522-4500,

End of the World Noise Demo!

Fri, 12/21/2012 - 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Dekalb County Jail
4425 Memorial Drive
Decatur, GA
United States

Unfortunately the world probably won't be ending on the 21st, but we can still show our love to those imprisoned, and to a beloved Atlanta (A) currently being held in Dekalb County Jail. Show up at 7pm with noisemakers and friends, and spread the word. 

Fire to the Prisons!

Banner Drop in Solidarity With the PNW

238 Early this morning we dropped a banner over Freedom Parkway in Atlanta that read: FOR THE SILENT ONES <3, fuck grand juries @. We did this to show our love for those in the Pacific Northwest who are resisting the grand jury subpeonas there. May the revolt continue to spread in spite of repression by the state. Solidarity with all who rebel.

-some a's





Hunger Strike Demo Video


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This video shows Delma Jackson, wife of one of the hunger striking prisoners in Jackson Prison, and supporters speaking out against abuse of prisoners and delivering letters to the Governers office demanding that the abuse stop.

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