Get both books at once and see all the money go to solidarity funds for prisoners and their families.
To the political left Hunter's people are the ignorant and the illinformed, to the victorious right they are the unwashed and disguarded waste product of the laboring class. Chav Solidarity is part autobiography, part bloody fist into the face of the respectablility politics, but mostly an articulation of the contradictiory heart of Chavvy shit heads across the U.K.
"Tracksuits, Traumas and Class Traitors"
It's about the ways in which economically and socially marginalised people practice abolition on a daily basis. It's about the fight for dignity in the face of unrelenting contempt. It uses some of the authors own experience living in poverty throughout his first 25 years, as he goes in and out of prison, the care system and homelessness, and how he and his fellow travellers navigate trauma and each other.. It's about the violence of white supremacist patriarchal capitalism, and the ways in which this violence hurts our bodies and minds. It's about love, care and solidarity being the everyday revolutionary practice from below