This article describes a MAPS protest, organized to coincide with the Millions for Prisoners Human Rights march. The protest was meant to draw attention to “racism and fascism in the Michigan prison system.”
This article promotes a call-in to a Michigan prison demanding an end to harassment of prisoners for speaking out against the wrongful death of their fellow inmate.
This article describes a support campaign for a Kinross rebel. After facing 10 months in administrative segregation, Cedricx was transferred back to Kinross without any of his possessions.
This article celebrates the release of 60 Kinross rebels being released from administrative segregation. It also describes the continued efforts of MAPS' solidarity campaign to support these rebels' transition back to general population.
This article describes repression and retaliation against the Kinross rebels. Many were charged and found guilty of “incite to riot” and were held in solitary confinement. Some of the prisoners had been let out back to general population, but many remained in solitary.
This article, written by MAPS, describes a protest the group organized outside of the private home of the director of the Michigan Department of Corrections, Heidi Washington. They organized the protest to pressure the MDOC to release the remaining Kinross prisoners being held in solitary confinement back into general population.
This article describes the MAPS demonstration outside the private home of the director of the Michigan Department of Corrections, Heide Washington. The protest was organized to pressure the MDOC to release the remaining Kinross prisoners out of solitary and back into general population.
This article written by MAPS describes the current state of the Kinross repression 8 months after the uprising. It partially celebrates the release of 100 of the alleged participants from solitary confinement at Baraga Max C.F., while urging outside supporters to keep up the pressure to release the remaining 80 participants in solitary back to general population. The article also contains a poem and a letter of gratitude thanking outside supporters for their solidarity.
This article announces the launch of the MAPS website, briefly describing the contents of the site and the formation of this group.