Email Newsletter of the NCTT-Cor-SHU - Nr 1 Winter 2013

NCTT-Cor-SHU 2013:

  • We want to thank everyone who supported us in our struggle this year, who helped spread the word, who stayed in contact, helped organize and demonstrate, and who spoke truth to power!
  • Below you will find our list of articles published in 2013. Apart from these, the NCTT-Cor-SHU has also published beautiful artworks for fundraising: 4 "Angels-in-Nature" postcards, 2 Goddess-cards, and 2 new Kwanzaa-cards to make a set of 4 for the season. Our fundraising is meant for the N.C.T.T. Activist Fund, and we would like to raise funds to get the Sustainable Agricultural Commune started, and with some funds we can do more outreach and get more volunteers involved.  
  • The NCTT has also donated art to the prisoner art auction for the Prisoner Hunger Strike Coalition in August.
  • We have started to make Zines out of many of the articles, in order to spread the word more easily, and also to send to those places where there is no internet. For $3.75 you can order a Zine.
  • Also, we have been seeking donations for the SF Bay View Prisoner Subscription Fund, as well as for the Prison Watch Network of Blogs. In Phoenix, AZ, an exhibit called The Art of Resistance, has been organized and is currently being shown, curated by Peggy Plews, founder and blogger at Among its items she is showing the art cards and zines of the NCTT-Cor-SHU!

Articles published this year:

Write to the NCTT-Cor-SHU

For contact, questions, support, you can write directly to one of our coordinators:

Michael Zaharibu Dorrough D-83611
CSP-Cor-SHU 4B-1L-43
P.O. Box 3481
Corcoran, CA 93212

J. Heshima Denham

CSP-Cor-SHU 4B-1L-43
P.O. Box 3481
Corcoran, CA 93212

Jabari Scott H-30536
CSP-Cor-SHU 4B-1L-63
P.O. Box 3481
Corcoran, CA 93212

Kambui Nantambu Robinson C-82830
CSP-Cor-SHU 4B-1L-49
P.O. Box 3481
Corcoran, CA 93212

You can also send a letter via and funds via They are allowed to receive stamps (plz write name+# on the back) and stationary. Thank you!

Useful Websites:
Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity

About NCTT-Cor-SHU

N.C.T.T. stands for: New Afrikan Revolutionary Nationalism (N.A.R.N.) Collective Think Tank.

Our mission is to create, develop, review and implement programs, initiatives and concepts with, and for, individuals, groups, community activists across the U.S.

We work towards realizing 
10 Core Objectives for Progress and Social Transformation as articulated by the N.A.R.N. Collective Think Tank.

We have created at least three Pilot Programs: The Sustainable Agricultural Commune (SAC), the Closed Circuit Economic Initiative (CCEI) and the Block-Vote DemocraticInitiative.

Our bodies are confined inside CSP-Corcoran-SHU, but we participate in society by contributing our ideas, reflections, analyses, and artworks.


Artwork: ©Heshima Denham.
Newsletter editing and summary: an outside NCTT-Activist

Latest Action News!

From a Nov 26th 2013 letter: "... We just learned that CDCr is changing their regulations to incorporate mandatory brain washing or what they call "cognitive behavioral therapy" which they define as "... evidence-based psychotherapeutic treatment which addresses dysfunctional emotions, maladaptive behaviors, and cognitive processes, using incremental monitoring and assessment of progress in all three areas to reach prescribed goals."
They are actually attacking this sick, twisted assault on the underclass to provisions of paragraph 3040 (participation) which makes work, education and "other programs" mandatory for all cdcr prisoners, we just reviewed one of the "self directed journals" ('The Con Game') and it is so clearly a blatant brainwashing program even worse than the debriefing process that I can only describe it as evil.
There will be a public hearing on this on 1/7/14 at 10-11 AM in the Kern room at 1515 8 Street, North Building, Sacramento, CA. Written comments can be sent to:
Regulation & Policy Management Branch (R.P.M.B.)
P.O. Box 942883,
Sacramento, CA 94283
Fax 916-324-6075
by 5 PM on 1/7/14.

The contact person on this in CDCR is Timothy Lockwood, tel. 916-445-2269.
And Michele Gonzalez 916-323-6667.
A call-in or email campaign should be discussed with online activists and all those who claim they are in this struggle to preserve Human Rights.

This is even more important than the abolition of the SHU and solitary. We'd like to see the Kern ROom filled with 100-200 protesters on January 7th at 10 AM.

Read the whole article by Heshima here.

Kwanzaa Cards

Kwanzaa is a festival for and by New Afrikans, celebrated from December 26th to January 1st.
For a donation of 5 USD you receive our 3 Kwanzaa-cards, especially designed by Heshima Denham!

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