April 1, 2020

Being disabled in prison is like being disabled & homeless

by Robert Thrower (author's profile)

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3-22-20
being disabled in prison is like being disabled & homeless. there's no place for you, it's a death sentence. & in being disabled in prison & finding in any way where one can fit in, its a miracle, being disabled in prison is a death sentence. & it is a slow, painful, humiliating death, in a system that specializes in the slow, painful, humiliating death, which is a character of white supremacy, capitalism & imperialism. especially concerning nonwhites. & all of this shapes my view, in my view i see the coronavirus as a sign of the death of white supremacy, capitalism & imperialism. what politics is this? the politics of the poor, the homeless, the incarcerated, & the planet. opposition to this is systemic & entrenched. i am willing to do what i can to advance the anti white supremacy, capitalism, & imperialism front, where i am at there is no holistic organization, or any organization besides the state, in solidarity in the struggle
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jenburitica Posted 1 month, 2 weeks ago. ✓ Mailed 1 month ago   Favorite
Thank for this post and your courage to speak out.

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