FREEDOM & DIGNITY ACROSS WALLS: UNDERSTANDING PRISONER ORGANIZING FROM PALESTINE TO PELICAN BAY

Wednesday, June 21, 7PM
City College of San Francisco – Mission Center, Room 107
1125 Valencia St, SF

FEATURING:

Just a couple weeks ago, Palestinian prisoners suspended a 40-day hunger strike, bringing the Israeli state to the negotiating table. At the same time word began to emerge of a prisoner hunger strike against appalling conditions at Folsom State Prison here in California. Although both strikes come amid an intensification of Israeli colonialism in Palestine, and brazen plans for increased policing and imprisonment against Black, Brown, and immigrant communities in the US, they are also born of bold prisoner organizing.

Join us for a discussion drawing connections between struggles by imprisoned organizers in Palestine and California, providing updates on current prisoner-led actions, and lifting up opportunities for more powerful solidarity.

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