ZINES (Formatted for printing):
LUCASVILLE INTRODUCTION- Two essays by RedBird Prison Abolition and Staughton Lynd briefly introducing the uprising.
VOICES OF THE LUCASVILLE UPRISING- Collections of various essays and articles off this site. VOLUME 1 VOLUME 2 VOLUME 3 VOLUME 4
Behavior Modification- a zine by Jason Robb about OSP, Ohio's Supermax
Repression Breeds Resistance Greg Curry recounting his self defence against the ODRC's attempts to torture murder him.
Is Being Muslim in Ohio a Capital Crime? Interview with the ACLU relating to the media access lawsuit.
BOOKS (links to where to purchase):
CONDEMNED- Keith LaMar's account of the uprising and it's aftermath.
LUCASVILLE: The Untold Story of a Prison Uprising- A book by Staughton Lynd about the uprising.
LAYERS OF INJUSTICE- The Re-Examining Lucasville Essays edited and compiled into one document. Order online here.
FILMS (links to view):
The Great Incarcerator Part II: The Shadow of Lucasville- A documentary film about the uprising by D Jones.
Staughton and Alice Lynd
RedBird Prison Abolition
Ohio Prison Watch
Community resource for monitoring the treatment of prisoners in Ohio. Documenting Human Rights Abuses for those imprisoned. Prisoners speaking up for Humanity. "May the groans of the prisoners come before you; with your strong arm preserve those condemned to die. Psalm 79:10-12"
They've got a section dedicated to the Lucasville Uprising prisoners.
Prisonersolidarity.org serves as a catalyst for communication between prisoners and people on "the outside." It publishes updated research, news, opinion pieces and educational material from activists, writers, prisoners, and the concerned public.
In addition to this more general work, Prisoner Solidarity maintains an extensive archive of Lucasville related articles, essays and information.
Lucasville Uprising Freedom Network
Organizers of a number of protests and support actions for the Lucasville inmates, particularly active during the 2011 Hungerstrike. They do not have a website, but have set up a facebook group and members produce content for Workers World. Can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org