The Prisoners’ Movement: Revolutionary School and Ethical Compass rakat

The experiences of revolutionary strugglers behind bars constitute one of the most important sources of moral strength from which peoples’ movements and liberation forces derive a renewable source of indestructible revolutionary energy, both inside and outside the prison walls. They constitute a revolutionary school of both politics and ethics, from which spring creativity and inspiration. The stories and experiences of these strugglers affect the entire society, as their words and messages escape prison in those secret messages smuggled into open space, reaching the squares, streets, schools, alleys and cafes, from the cells that were intended to serve as narrow boxes of silence and isolation.
“The prisoners are part of the resistance struggle,” says former prisoner…They do not spare any chance or opportunity to communicate with each struggler to provide them with the means and knowledge to continue the struggle.
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