FREE ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS AND PRISONERS OF WAR!

Posted: July 13, 2016 in Call to Action, Fight Back, knowledge is power, Solidarity

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July 14 marks the anniversary of Bastille Day om 1789. This Day commemorates the Storming of the Bastille on 14 July 1789, an important event in Paris in a revolution that had begun two days earlier. On this day once again we at furbirdsqueerly call for the freeing of all political prisoners.

“The main thing we need to understand is the fact that these soldiers—and they are soldiers—are not in prison because they’re criminals. They’re in prison for daring to stand up to this rotten, no good system that we live under,” said Ramona Africa, minister of information for the MOVE Organization, the Philadelphia-based group founded by John Africa.

Below is a listing from Denver Anarchist Black Cross. Do what you can.

Social Movement Prisoners are prisoners who we support who were actively engaged in the work or advancement of social struggle before their capture by the state. For the majority of these prisoners, these actions are what led to their capture by the state. In some instances, members of our social movements end up in prison for other actions, but still have our support. This list is updated as often as possible. If you have any updates to addresses, suggestions for prisoners we should list, please contact us.  

Anarchist Movement Prisoners

The Cleveland 4

NATO 3

Anti-War

The Holy Land Five

Anti-police

Black/New Afrikan Liberation

Angola BPP

MOVE 9

Nebraska 2

New York 3

Green Scare/Earth Liberation/Animal Rights

Indigenous Prisoners

Lucasville Uprising

Puerto Rican Prisoners of War

United Freedom Front

Other National Liberation

Virgin Island 5

GI Resisters

Whistleblowers/Hackers

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