"I Denounce the So-Called Emancipation as a Stupendous Fraud" by Frederick Douglass (1888)
The full collection. If you have questions, now you have answers. Courtesy of Frederick Douglass
Featuring readings by Tribal Raine, Max Parthas and Thomas Washington

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Critical Resistance Nation Inside America’s Black Holocaust Museum EXONERATION PROJECT
The Real Cost Of Prisons New Abolitionists Radio Archives A HISTORY OF RACIAL INJUSTICE Innocence Project
Black Lives Matter Critical Resistance Avery Research Center Equal Justice Initiative
Columbia Prison Divest Businesses involved in prison labor Gods Little Acre Killed By Police
Campaign Zero The Abolitionist! Whitney Plantation Justice Mapping Center
Campaign Against Prison Slavery Chris Hedges The Slave Relic Historical Museum Timeline of Reconstruction:
Fight Slavery Now Abolition: A Journal of Insurgent Politics UGRR Freedom Center Slave Rebellion Database
Workers World Jaws Of Justice Radio The Abolitionist Movement PBS Slavery By Another Name (PBS)
Reimagine Kevin Alexander Gray TNL Blog History is a Weapon Prison Policy Initiative
ACLU Brave New Films   Inside Prison
We Charge Genocide The Clintons & For Profit Prisons   Targeting Blacks
Free Alabama Movement Good Black News   ANTI-SLAVERY CAMPAIGN
Missouri CURE Yep, slavery is still legal: Column   America Never Abolished Slavery
Equal Justice Initiative Still Protected By Constitution   Prison Map
The Last Mile Contracts guarantee prison rates for 25 years.   drugwarfacts.org
  Is Slavery Legal In America?   Justice Policy report
      Policing For Profit
      A state-by-state look at students referred to law enforcement


New Abolitiobnists Radio Archives + Hosts Scotty, Yohanan & Max



Some of the immediate goals of the group Move to Abolish 21st Slavery & Human Trafficking and that of New Abolitionists include:

" As abolitionists our goal is to see the immediate and complete abolition of prison for profit/punishment for sale through federal and private corporations. We rightly view this as the latest version in an unbroken line of slavery & human trafficking by the US government.

" We want all private prisons in the US abolished.
Including private probation companies and all the satellite companies profiting off the prison system.

" We want congress to REJECT AND REMOVE the 13th Amendment Slavery Abolition exception clause which allows for the continued existence of modern slavery through the very constitution we die to protect.

" We want to see the 60+% of the current 2.4 million adult inmates who have been incarcerated for non violent drug related charges immediately released into freedom and all prison related debts abolished.

" We want all individual US states to officially and unequivocally end slavery in their state constitutions. All constitutional allowances for Slavery or Indentured servitude must be abolished.

" We want all 37 states which in 2103 enacted legislation allowing private international corporations to use prison labor for commercial good and services to abolish such legislation immediately.

" We want the abolition of all local, state and federal laws which criminalize a race of people, a culture or an economic condition. Such as the war on drugs, marijuana laws, anti homeless laws, immigration laws and debtors laws.

" We want the abolition of all privately owned youth detention facilities and halfway houses. America incarcerates 2 million children a year with 95% arrested for non violent crimes. It must end now.

" We want all political prisoners freed immediately.

" An end to solitary confinement. (torture)

New Abolitionists Goals Published in Bold Blue magazine May 2014

Archived broadcasts of the program available at NewAbolitionistsRadio.blogspot.com

State Constitutions & Slavery



Abolitionists projects and victories
The beginning of the end for corporate prisons?
Bernie Sanders's plan to abolish private prisons Justice is Not For Sale Act
Columbia becomes first U.S. university to divest from prisons
California Agrees to Overhaul Use of Solitary Confinement
Three States Dump Major Private Prison Company In One Month
Academic Workers’ Union Calls on AFL-CIO To Terminate Police Union’s Membership
Private Prison Divestment Campaign
Maryland legislators attempt to rescind the state’s ratification of a proposed constitutional amendment that would have prohibited Congress from abolishing slavery
Seattle City Council meeting on September 21 brought a major victory to a diverse coalition of youth-prison abolitionists
Mmoja Ajabu, an independent candidate for the US Congress, 7th District. proposes legislation To Amend the Indiana Constitution and remove the Slavery Exception Clause.
SPLC lawsuit: Alabama city operating debtors’ prison
OAS delegation probing U.S. police abuses of African Americans
Corporations Divest Nearly $60 Million From Private Prison Complex
Whole Foods has announced it will stop using their prison labor program

More Abolitionists victories and projects
Enter the biggest prison system in history
Critics want 'slavery' out of Ky. Constitution
Justice Department set to free 6,000 prisoners, largest one-time release
California will be granting one-time amnesty for unpaid traffic and non-traffic infraction tickets
Brooklyn Program Erasing Warrants for Low-Level Offenses




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