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Certain Days: 2018 Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar

Certain Days Collective

Back again for 2018, the Certain Days calendar! From the Certain Days collective:

Today’s anti-war, anti-globalisation, and anti-colonial movements are rooted in the history of earlier struggles for justice, including the mass movements of the 60s and 70s. Many of the political prisoners and prisoners of war featured in this calendar were organizers during that period: members of the Black Panther Party, or the American Indian Movement; Puerto Ricans fighting for their homeland, or white anti-racist allies working in solidarity with oppressed peoples. Some of them have been in prison SINCE THAT TIME – 35 years or more. Yet these prisoners are not relics of past movements; they are still active in their political work, and despite the hardships of organizing in prison, they continue to organize for justice in the present day, justice behind bars and justice on the streets. This calendar is our tribute to them.

Free all political prisoners!
Free all prisoners of war!

This year’s theme is “Awakening Resistance,” and features art and writings by Justseeds members Jesus Barraza, Roger Peet, and Fernando Marti, as well as Fight Toxic Prisons, Serena Tang, Andrea Ritchie, Sophia Dawson, Rasmea Support Committee, EE Vera, Herman Bell, Alexandra Valiente, Billie Belo, Arlene Gallone Support Committee, Marius Mason, David Gilbert, UB Topia, April Rosenblum, Design Action Collective, Sundiata Acoli, Crimethinc, Annie Banks, Mutope Duguma, Xinachtli, Zola and more.

 



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