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“The Warrior Wind” Newsletter's Second Issue Available
by TWW Editors
Tuesday Apr 18th, 2006 2:37 AM
The second issue of “The Warrior Wind,” a newsletter against our society of confinement, is out now. It is available as a .pdf file, to print out and distribute locally, from either of the following two locations: or (available at the latter address after April 15)

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The mid-April newsletter contents include: a lengthy article on the January arrests in Auburn, California, including an update on how those on the outside can help; a statement from Sacramento Prisoner Support concerning Ryan Lewis; an update on the Northwest “eco-crimes” prosecution, which continues to expand into other areas; news shorts on Rod Coronado and Peter Young; an analysis of the SHAC 7 conviction; eco-prisoner Jeff Luers’ call for a weekend of resistance against the so-called “green scare;” and finally information about “The Warrior Wind” newsletter project itself.

We continue to encourage participation in this publishing project, not only through making copies and circulating the newsletter, but also by offering us your feedback and writing for future issues.

As repression increases, we believe that it has become more, not less, important for radicals to raise their voices. “The Warrior Wind” newsletter is one small gesture towards broader efforts of resistance, solidarity, and refusal against a shoddy world system.

Our second issue is dedicated to the memory of Beth O’Brien (AKA “Horehound”) who died at the Eagle Creek tree-sit in Oregon four years ago.

For a better world,
TWW Editors