Albert’s Book Tour and Zulu Whitmore Update

(PHOTO: Albert Woodfox book event at the New Orleans Public Library. Photo by New Orleans Innocence Project.)A3 Newsletter, April 29, 2019:Ending Solitary One Book Signing at a Time   Solitary is now in its second printing! Albert has hardly …

A3 Newsletter: So Much to Celebrate

(PHOTO: Guests of King and Kenyatta’s home-warming last month. From left to right, General Rico, Deidre, Donna, Robert, Angela, Albert, Gwendolyn and Malik.)A3 Newsletter: So Much to CelebrateHappy Anniversary!At long, long, long last…From 1998 to 20…

A3 Newsletter: An Invitation from King and Kenyatta

A3 Newsletter:An Invitation from King and KenyattaShortly after Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Robert King left New Orleans and settled in Austin, Texas. After more than a decade of living in Austin, King and his partner, Kenyatta have returned to Louisian…

A3 Newsletter: Why Are We Not Surprised?

Why are we not surprised that children are ripped from their immigrant parents’ arms?  Could it be because this has been happening for decades in U.S. jails and prisons –  not to mention, with increasing frequency as the population of women p…

A3 Newsletter June 11, 2018: Keep on Keeping On

Working for social justice frequently seems to be a glacially slow endeavor. This last week brought a summer thaw and more than a few things have changed.  We celebrate and honor the work of Professor Angela A. Bell and the students in her Law and…