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We send our deepest condolences and support to the Shoatz family through this difficult time.

Russell Maroon Shoatz. You were a freedom fighter, mentor, and inspiration to us all. We will always remember you, and continue the fight in your honor.

All out tomorrow for !

1pm @ Octavius V. Catto Statue on the south side of Philadelphia City Hall.

In lieu of our monthly event, we will be joining Donna Willmott, Jaan Laaman, and Orion Meadows for a holiday card-writing to !

Monday, Dec 13th
4pm PT / 7 ET on Zoom

Urgent Action Alert to Support the Nahuatzen 3!

The are serving 7 years for “sabotage,” for their work as indigenous Purépecha rights defenders. There are 2 ways you can support at this critical juncture as the Supreme Court reviews the case!

Please donate so they can continue necessary support by paying lawyers, paying for parcels and, if necessary, supporting the prisoner’s family, post-release support, mental health support and mailing letters submitted through them online.


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Right now, over 1000 people are in prison for political reasons. Among them are 26 and . See their website for more info:


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For over 10 years @abcbelarus has supported antifascists, anarchists and other in their struggle against dictatorship of Alexander Lukashenko. The uprising of 2020 provoked a huge wave of repressions against activists of all kinds.

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Since November 1994 we've distributed over $158,000 in funds directly to political prisoners, but we want to do so much more in 2022. Please make a gift and invite your friends to do the same. Opportunities to free political prisoners are in reach– help us make them come to fruition by donating at!


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The ABCF Warchest Program can now accept tax-deductible donations through our fiscal sponsor! With your continued support, we can further the struggle for freedom for all .

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TODAY - 6:30PM:
Philly ABC letter-writing event for Oso Blanco!

We're also streaming the film ‘Zapatista’ and sending greetings to political prisoners with b-days in December: Fred “Muhammad” Burton and Casey Brezik.

Join us on Jitsi at:

Tomorrow is the National Native Day of Mourning (so-called Thanksgiving), which marks the invasion, theft of land, and genocide committed against the Indigenous People. UFF Ohio 7 comrades, Kazi Toure and Jaan Laaman, will be conducting a 24 hour fast and ask you to join!


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Join us Monday November 29th at 6:30pm. We’ll be writing letters to Oso Blanco!

We're also streaming the film ‘Zapatista,' and encourage folks to send birthday greetings to political prisoners with birthdays in December: Fred “Muhammad” Burton (the 15th) and Casey Brezik (the 30th).

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Effective immediately, Maroon will be transferred from SCI Dallas to emergency care at an outside hospital. From there he'll be released into home hospice care. Thank you to everyone who helped to bring Maroon home. We are so happy for him and his family!

TODAY - 6:30PM:
Philly ABC letter-writing event for and Dan Baker!

Join us on Jitsi at:

We're also sending cards to political prisoners with b-days in November: Ed Poindexter, Fidencio Aldama Perez, and Josh Williams.

Critical update on Russell Maroon Shoatz:

Maroon's legal team refiled his petition for compassionate release on October 22, and Judge Scott has agreed to hear his case again today. Please show up for Maroon if you are in Philly. He is almost home and he needs you.

Join us Monday October 25th, 6:30pm on Jitsi (link will be shared the day of). We’ll be writing letters to and Dan Baker!

We also encourage sending birthday cards or notes to political prisoners with birthdays in November: Ed Poindexter (the 1st), Joe Dibee (the 10th), Fidencio Aldama Perez (the 15th) and Josh Williams (the 25th).

The Judge in Eric King’s case has closed the court to the public for today’s evidentiary hearing.

You can call in and listen to court
9:30 mountain time/11:30 EST

For public audio access to the hearing, call 877-336-1828 and enter access code 9449909#

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On September 27, 1973 Kuwasi Balagoon escaped from a New Jersey prison shortly after being convicted of armed robbery. In 1983, Balagoon stood trial for robbing two separate armored trucks, as well as the deaths of two cops and a rent-a-cop. He defended himself at trial. You can read his final sentencing statement in our book Defiance: Anarchist Statements Before Judge and Jury.

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