I'm just exploring possiblities here, and nothing may come of any of this but I want to know what is available to me.
Where I am from, there is nothing even vaguely near anything like an anarchist black cross. One of the best ways I can think of to get the tools to learn how to get things done in the local prison system is to work/volunteer for a prison support NGO where I live, to get some experience and connections before breaking away to do it on my own and perhaps with a collective.
That said, NGOs for prisoner support where I am are overwhelmingly focused not so much on helping people but bringing people to their particular ideas of Jesus and Christianity - at least that is what is abundantly clear from their various websites. However, they do do things like writing to prisoners, and visitation with prisoners who get not visitors, both of which are interesting to me (though for them, the writing is explicitly for the purpose of putting the friendship of Christ in them).
Two major questions are:
What would be particularly good intersections between Christianity and anarchistic prison support that I could ponder to have some common ground with these people without having to lie (much?) to them in order to be welcomed participate in their NGO? I'm looking for interesting short things to read just to expand my knowledge on christianity so that I can speak with some force about it, but anything Christianity + prison.
do you have any other potentially useful thoughts about this?
Edit: This is not to bash Christianity in all of its forms; I don't know all of its forms. I'm just familiar with many of its dodgier forms, of which this is one.