Revolt Press has printed and published the booklet ‘Tear Down The Bastille. Hunger Strike as a Means of Struggle. Voices From Inside the Walls. ‘
‘Tear Down The Bastille. Hunger Strike as a Means of Struggle. Voices From Inside the Walls. ‘ contains texts about the history of hunger strikes within the prison walls and about the struggle of anarchists within prison. The texts were written by anarchist prisoners themselves who are held in the dungeons of the Greek prisons.
In April 2016 the texts were published in Greek by Solidarity Fund For Imprisoned And Persecuted Fighters. The assembly of the Solidarity Fund has added texts about the history of hunger strikes as a means of action within the walls. The texts were distributed inside as well as outside the prison walls.
The Solidarity Fund writes this about the texts: Through publishing the thoughts and experiences of prisoners, through the spreading of their words, we seek to make them as present as possible in the daily processes of the fighters outside the walls, we want to shake the barriers of silence, fragmentation, the division among the oppressed, we chose to incarnate the projects of struggle and solidarity in one more way.
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