AOUON Newspaper

All of Us or None is an organizing movement started by people who have been in prison in order to challenge the pervasive discrimination that formerly incarcerated people, people in prison, and our family members face. Our goal is to strengthen the voices of people most affected by mass incarceration and the growth of the prison industrial complex. Through our grassroots organizing, we will build a powerful political movement to win full restoration of our human and civil rights.

The Modern Civil Rights Movement is Here

April 2020 (Vol. 1)

Inside this issue... The INjustice system, Our Stories, and Chapter Highlights

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A Cunning Past: How America Betrayed Democracy

May 2020 (Vol. 2)

It’s becoming a common trope: Haven’t we fought this battle already? Our nation was founded on the belief that you only pay into a system if you receive representation in return. Yet it has only been recently that some states have considered amending laws that keep millions of citizens disenfranchised because of their conviction history.

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Involuntary Servitude: Life as Civilly Dead

June 2020 (Vol. 3)

It reveals itself in prison fire brigades, the replacement of a name with a number, and the plantation fields of the Louisiana State Penitentiary, a.k.a. Angola. It is slavery by other names -- “mass incarceration” or “prison labor” -- and it is an intentional continuation of America’s shameful past.

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5 Years, 1,988 Names...

July 2020 (Vol. 4)

5 Years, 1,988 Names, ZERO Accountability Black Men, Women Killed by Law Enforcement

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