Lucasville injustice

Greg Curry: Let’s love with our actions

HELLO EVERYONE,

Photo of Greg Curry squatting

Greg Curry

It has been quite a year for me personally. As many of you know, I was finally let out of the SUPERMAX prison after 25 years. Actually, I wasn’t LET out, many of you made demands, continually called, refused to give up, prayed, legally put the STATE on notice, or some combination of the above. PEOPLE POWER at its best.

Many of you have never expressed any particular feeling for me specifically, yet your love for humanity is felt by your actions, not your words. Many of you continue to be concerned about my adjustment at a regular prison and I just want y’all to know I feel you, I’m adjusting I’m looking forward to getting my case in the courts this coming year.

Your support on all levels the pictures, cards, hugs, calls, visits, they all keep me connected, keep me looking forward to FREEDOM. Let’s make the new year even bigger. And those of you that could have done better, well it’s never too late! I need you, this struggle for JUSTICE needs you.
Let’s love with our actions.

FREEDOM FIRST,
GREG

Greg holding a picture depicting a beach with Free All Prisoners written in the sand

Greg holding a picture depicting a beach with “Free All Prisoners” written in the sand

Greg interviewed by Bursts on The Final Straw (2016)

Listen to Greg Curry being interviewed by Bursts, it start at 14′:

https://archive.org/details/afm-final-straw-09182016exp

“This week Bursts speaks with Greg Curry, a prisoner serving time for
alleged participation in the Lucasville Prison uprising of 1993 where
prisoners took over the Ohio prison, leading to the death of 10 inmates
and one guard.

For the hour, they speak about incarceration in the U.S., intersections of race and class, the prison strikes, capitalism and resistance.”