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‘Intercoms’ is still as yet a work-in-progress, aiming to launch live & in full before this fall. These ‘pre-Intercoms’ installments are pre-recorded interviews around prison slavery and its ramifications today.
Peep Bro Kevin’s updates on life on the outside after nearly a decade upstate, reflections on the challenges of inside organizing, insights into how to support the imprisoned and more in part 2 of a series of interviews.
‘When I went to prison, I went 2010. In 2018, the exact same people are doing the exact same thing.[…]It’s this time warp that we’re all wrapped in.’
‘If we can find a way to send in papers, send in articles to random brothers & sisters[…]you’re not gonna always hit a person that’s [for the] cause, but that person may hang with someone that is fighting for the revolution inside there and he may pass on the information.’
You can circle back to Pt. 1 here: https://wp.me/p4dj5G-9ol
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