Zines and Writings

When Misery Means Profit: Immigration Enforcement, the Prison Industry and ALEC

Zine format of article on the prison industry’s role in promoting policies that further criminalization, and the confluence of the state and corporations in the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).

Designed to Kill

Zine formatted version of two articles first published in Rolling Thunder, “Designed to Kill” and “Four Stories from the Border.” Discussion on border militarization, the border industrial complex, drug cartels and white supremacy from the perspective of a person doing humanitarian aid work in southern Arizona.

Why Misogynists Make Great Informants: How Gender Violence on the Left Enables State Violence in Radical Movements

Zine version of article by Courtney Desiree Morris.

Beware the Funders of Immigrants’ Rights

Zine format of an article from Chaparral Respects No Borders. Criticism of the non-profit industrial complex with an emphasis on the Ford Foundation and Comprehensive Immigration Reform. Original article here.

Mass Incarceration Flier

Quick flier on mass incarceration. Great for tossing off rooftops!

Bay of Rage Collection

Collection of three essays from Bay of Rage made into a zine! Analysis of the November 2nd Oakland General Strike.


Private Prisons in a Wider Context

Video about South Mountain Freeway Loop 202


ALEC Powerpoint Presentation

Background on the current context of criminalization, deportation and incarceration, the prison industry and their influence, ALEC and its role in criminalizing immigrant communities, made before last November’s convergence against ALEC.


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