Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of mfpl/internet_in_prisons


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Sep 24, 2008, 11:35:55 AM (12 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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    55Among the greatest challenges we face is struggling against the torturous isolation incarcerated people endure. Not only is it destructive to those people but it robs the rest of society of the contribution and benefits that full communication with them provides and blocks our attempts to struggle against the ravages of imprisonment.
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    7 At May First/People Link, we believe that the Internet is the most powerful communications network developed by humanity. We view it as a social movement, comprised of over a billion people, battering the social and national enclosures that limit communication among us at a historical movement when communication among the world's people is more important than ever.
     7At May First/People Link, we believe that the Internet is the most powerful communications network developed by humanity. We view it as a social movement, comprised of over a billion people, battering the social and national enclosures that limit communication among us at a historic movement when communication among the world's people is more important than ever.
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    99The change Internet communication has brought to all our lives is a right we all have because that's why we created it. Our collaboration, mutual support and enthusiastic spreading of Internet technology has made possible a sharing of information that has moved our world forward while repeatedly mitigating the impact of the vicious repression and oppression the ruling class visits upon us.