LET FREEDOM RING
Calendar launch – book launch – panel discussion – art show
Saturday, December 6
Join us for an evening of political prisoner support, prisoner justice, and prison abolition.
6pm – Panel discussion
9pm – Launch party, with bar, snacks, and local DJs
(art will be up all evening)
$5/$15 with calendar
587A College Street, Toronto, ON
PANEL DISCUSSION – 6pm
A discussion on political prisoners, prisoner justice and prison abolition, featuring local organizers and statements from U.S. and Canadian prisoners
Including speakers from:
Kersplebedeb, co-plublisher of Let Freedom Ring: A Collection of Documents from the Movements to Free U.S. Political Prisoners
Prison Book Access Project (PBAP) / 81 Reasons Campaign
Prisoners’ HIV/AIDS Support Action Network (PASAN)
The Women’s Coordinating Committee Chile-Canada
Tyendinaga Support Committee
Facilitated by the Toronto Anarchist Black Cross Federation (ABCF)
Certain Days 2009 Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar
42 gorgeous full-colour pages of art & writings, featuring DRUM (Desis Rising Up and Moving), Philly’s Pissed, Incite!, Sumoud, Alvaro Luna Hernandez, Inside Books Project, Laura Whitehorn, Robert Seth Hayes, David Gilbert, Herman Bell, Peter Collins, The Cuban Five, Victory Gardens, Common Ground, Native Youth Movement and more!
The calendar is a joint fundraising and educational project between organizers in Montreal and Toronto, and three New York state Political Prisoners: Herman Bell, David Gilbert and Robert Seth Hayes.
Let Freedom Ring: A Collection of Documents from the Movements to Free U.S. Political Prisoners / Edited by Matt Meyer
Let Freedom Ring presents a two-decade sweep of essays, analyses, histories, interviews, resolutions, People’s Tribunal verdicts, and poems by and about the scores of U.S. political prisoners and the campaigns to safeguard their rights and secure their freedom.
“Voices from Outside: Artists Against the Prison Industrial Complex”
In connection with the historic Critical Resistance 10th anniversary conference Just Seeds Artists Cooperative has produced a print portfolio project that they are donating to prisoner justice organizations across North America. The portfolio consists of 20 prints, each by a different artist, that all either critique the prison-industrial complex or address
alternatives to incarceration. One copy of the portfolio is currently touring Canada.