Mission Statement of the Free Speech Society

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by Abdul Olugbala Shakur, Mutope Duguma and Heshima Denham

The Free Speech Society is a movement that is dedicated towards protecting and defending the First Amendment rights of imprisoned activists. As imprisoned activists, we are embedded reporters for the people. We are the eyes and ears for the people – for the taxpayers – articulating the human atrocities that plague the prison industrial slave complex with impunity in your name.

The artist writes: “After the big tragedy in Paris – basically it was about art work and censorship – everybody stood up for the cause, ‘Je suis Charlie,’ yelling, ‘Stop censorhip! Fight against it wherever it is!’ And here we are in California being censored by that very tongue. So I used ‘Je suis Charlie’ for that reason.” – Art: Michael D. Russell, C-90473, PBSP SHU D7-217, P.O. Box 7500, Crescent City CA 95532
The artist writes: “After the big tragedy in Paris – basically it was about art work and censorship – everybody stood up for the cause, ‘Je suis Charlie,’ yelling, ‘Stop censorhip! Fight against it wherever it is!’ And here we are in California being censored by that very tongue. So I used ‘Je suis Charlie’ for that reason.” – Art: Michael D. Russell, C-90473, PBSP SHU D7-217, P.O. Box 7500, Crescent City CA 95532

Human atrocities compelled by racial oppression can only flourish when silence permeates the corridors of the vortex of torture, the PISC, necessitating the manifested destiny of a collective insurgence of voices of resistance forged by the rediscovery of our humanity. The FSS is an expression of that humanity.

Though our endeavor is just, the agents of torture and repression – the OCS (Office of Correctional Safety), SSU (Special Services Unity), IGI (Institutional Gang Investigations) and ISU (Investigations Services Unit) – have dedicated their resources towards silencing our voices and suffocating the true spirit of free speech.

This mission statement is only a brief invite designed to both captivate and solicit free speech loving people to join our movement and assist us in mobilizing against the forces of repression. If you are interested, please contact the following:

  • Abdul Olugbala Shakur (s/n J. Harvey), C-48884, CSP Cor SHU 4B-1L-25, P.O. Box 3481, Corcoran CA 93212
  • Mutope Duguma (s/n J. Crawford), D-05996, PBSP SHU D2-107, P.O. Box 7500, Crescent City CA 95532
  • Heshima Denham, J-38283, CSP Cor SHU 4B-1L-25, P.O. Box 3481, Corcoran CA 93212
  • Steve Martinot, martinot4@gmail.com

6 COMMENTS

  1. I believe that freedom of expression is very important, regardless of the place where one person is living, just because it is one of the few rights that simply can not be denigrate. Everyone is free to say what they think, without being harsh charged for each personal opinion.

  2. I think this is a very useful article. I don't think many of us realize what going to prison really does to a person and his dignity. They loose their freedom of speech the minute they step foot in there and this can have many consequences on a person.

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