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Benefit Fundraiser for conference on political prisoners

There are over 100 activists locked in U.S. prisons because they struggled for social justice. They are some of the longest held political prisoners in the world. Come to a benefit to support the movement to free them!

It's 2002, Why is Leonard Peltier still in jail?

What will it take to free Mumia Abu-Jamal?

When will former Black Panther Assata Shakur be able to return to the U.S.?

Why were political prisoners like former Black Panther, Sundiata Acoli, and anti-nuclear pacifist Philip Berrigan put into solitary confinement after Sept. 11th?

Why is Ann Arbor religious leader Rabih Haddad being held in Chicago's Metropolitan Correctional Center over the protests of local residents and two sitting congressmen, for
alleged "visa violations"?

There are over 100 activists locked in U.S. prisons because they struggled for social justice. They are some of the longest held political prisoners in the world. Come to a benefit to support the movement to free them!

Benefit for Tear Down the Walls, an international conference on U.S. held Political Prisoners

Saturday, Feb. 16th
6pm
Women in the Director's Chair
941 W. Lawrence

$10 for two films:
"Out: The Making of a Revolutionary"
www.imageout.org/2001/prog13.htm
and
"Eyes of the Rainbow"
www.afrocubaweb.com/rainbow.htm

Food, drink, literature, political prisoner calendars, and other items for sale!

More info on the conference:
www.thejerichomovement.com/teardownthewalls/index.html

Free all political prisoners!
 
 

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