(Statement, demands and request for support via press release by Jailhouse Lawyers Speak, April 23, 2018)
National Prison Strike
Men and women incarcerated in prisons across the nation declare a nationwide strike in response to the riot in Lee Correctional Institution, a maximum security prison in South Carolina.…
The Kansas City Black Mamas Bail Out was a great success! Kansas City IWOC is helping build toward making it where people do not go to jail for misdemeanors. Help us with the Kansas City Black Father’s Day Bail Out as we keep building momentum toward bigger change that will improve so many people’s lives!…
KC MO MAY DAY 2018
Dia Internacional de los Trabajadores
Concert – música en vivo
Comida de Food Not Bombs / Comida no Bombas K.C.
Crowdfund – Reale Justice Network Mama’s Day Bail Out Fund
- Tyler Gosnell
- Ani Mal
- Evil Pillows
- Cara de Bebe
- Reale Justice (doula & community organizer)
- Keith Brown-El (advocate for the imprisoned)
- Fred Whitehead (radical historian & poet)
The Kansas City Grassroots Network will be hosting a concert on International Worker’s Day at Revolution Records from 6pm to 11pm. All proceeds will go to The KC Mother’s Day Bailout Fund. There will be food, music, and speakers on various topics from prison abolition to worker’s rights and the history of May Day.…
Kansas City IWOC needs stamps, printing, etc to send materials to prisoners! Please donate here or mail stamps to us at KC IWOC, PO Box 414304, KC, MO 64141
Please send stamps or money so that we can continue supporting prisoner unionizing in Kansas and Missouri.…
several wobs and friends decided to go make some noise outside the county jail last night. People who make a living by putting human beings in cages don’t deserve a good night’s sleep.
Two of our beloved wobblies were guests on the North Bae Podcast to talk about the Franklin County Tampons Campaign.
A full unofficial transcript is incoming.…
The Greater Kansas City IWW tabled at two separate events on the first anniversary of J20.
The first event was the first installment in a series of talks about racism in America, hosted by the Reale Justice Network. This event focused on the city council’s vote to privatize the streets and sidewalks in the Westport area — a backwards attempt at gun control — and how that relates to the Sun Fresh grocery store boycott which was triggered by occurrences of violence and intimidation against black people perpetrated by police and private security forces at the store.…