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Top: Black inmates on the chain gang in Atlanta in 1895

Bottom: Black inmates at Angola in 2014

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Top: Black “child convicts” at Angola in 1903

Bottom: Black inmates at Angola in 2014

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Top: Black women prisoners at Angola in the 1920’s/1930’s

Bottom: Black male inmates at Angola in 2014

Absolutely NOTHING has changed except the years. These photos are not only disturbing to look at, they prove that prison is a form of modern day slavery and that Nina Simone was correct when she said, “slavery has never been abolished from America’s way of thinking”. Welcome to the New Jim Crow.
Hillary Clinton Isn't Only Against Reparations, She Accepted Money From Prison Lobbyists
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Dirty, shameful tricks from the Clinton campaign.  

“Someone needs to define white supremacy, if indeed accepting money from prison lobbyists isn’t an egregious example of privilege and supremacy. On the bright side, at least Clinton accepted less money from prison lobbyists than Marco Rubio.”

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This utterly tasteless Danish exploitation feature concerns an alcoholic ex-dancer who uses her disgusting dwarf son (Torben Bille) to lure nubile teenaged girls to her house. Once there, the girls are chained naked in the attic and tortured by Torben, then hooked on drugs and forced to act as prostitutes to the woman’s wealthy clients.

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We continue to close down public school while building new prisons, what message does this send to kids? We cant continue to dismantle public education on the backs of students of color, particularly black students.

Year after year all of these entities and social services lose funding and get shut down, but look what manages to stay open. It’s NOT a coincidence.

Opening today in Brooklyn NYC: Self-Determination Inside/Out: Prison Movements Reshaping Society. Exhibition runs: September 11 – November 16, 2014. #InterferenceArchive presents Self-Determination Inside/Out, a comprehensive exhibition and public program series featuring the cultural materials produced by incarcerated people and their allies. Read more here.

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