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Please donate to London ABC…
We always need money, the majority of which gets spent on postage and when possible, sending postal orders and stamps to prisoners who are low on funds. We also need cash for printing costs, such as flyers and prison guides.
We welcome any donations, no matter how large or small.
If you would like to donate via Paypal then click above
If you would rather transfer money to a bank account then bear with us whilst we set one up...coming soon (May 2012).
Any cash, stamps or stationery can be dropped off at Freedom Bookshop, Angel Alley, 84b Whitechapel High Street, London, E1 7QX.
Thank you to everyone who has donated money to us so far.
Cheers to Acoustic Insurgency, the Anti-fa Ceilidh crew, Kingston Defendant Support, Rob, Freedom Press and the mighty Colorama crew, as well as everyone else who has given individual donations, x.
PS. We have recently (May 2012) decided that we will be passing on 10% of all money donated and raised to LARC. The London Action Resource Centre is where we hold London ABC meetings and is a fantastic collectively run space. We feel as a group that this is one way we can show our appreciation and make sure that there is a radical venue for this group, and others to share.
London ABCLondon Anarchist Black Cross, is a collective set up with the aim of supporting prisoners: political prisoners, people in detention centers or just people fucked over by the capitalist system. If you know of any one inside who would like to be added to our prisoner lists, or you would like to get involved email: london_abc(at)riseup.net
DisclaimerThe listing of any prisoner or any activities on this site is for information purposes only, and should not be construed by any state organisation as representing our active support for their actions or those activities.
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Freedom Bookshop in Aldgate has started hosting a monthly letter writing night to prisoners – come along, hang out and write cos sometimes it’s nice to do things together. If you have someone you would like us to write to, … Continue reading
NYE Prisoner solidarity demonstration beginning at 8:00 pm Pentonville then moves onto 9:30 pm Holloway START ADDRESS: HMP Pentonville,Caledonian Rd, London N7 8TT BRING NOISE MAKERS Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1522093921410227/
Debbie Vincent, long-term animal rights campaigner, comrade, and friend to many within the movement, was sentenced on 17th April to 6 years in prison, after a five-week long trial at Winchester Crown Court. Further to time in prison, she … Continue reading
London ABC presents a season of films at Goldsmiths University depicting struggle and resistance behind prisons walls. Screening 1 RHB small cinema Thursday the 8th of May 7.30 pm: Scum (1977) This is the hard and shocking story of life … Continue reading
Kev was transferred to the segregation unit of HMP Whitemoor on the 17th of December 2013. Please use the exact address below as some of his mail is going to his brother who is also there. Rather than being on … Continue reading
On December, 10, the International Human Rights Day, the Belarusian PEN Centre and Radio Liberty announced the winners of Frantsishak Aliakhnovich award for the best work written in prison. Ironically, as the award is often called ‘prisonous’ its founders would … Continue reading
START ADDRESS: HMP Pentonville,Caledonian Rd, London N7 8TT link to facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/724487577561950/
As you sit in your cold damp overpriced flat in london contemplating the above inflation ticket price increase in the new year. Spare a thought for those imprisoned within the prisons structures in london the UK and all over the … Continue reading
FROM PRISON REFORM TRUST. STOP PRESS New Bromley Briefing Prison Factfile launched today The Autumn 2013 edition of the Bromley Briefing Prison Factfile reveals that nearly half of people in prison in England and Wales could be warehoused in 1,000-plus … Continue reading
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fut_TU9RKNI He will be under police supervision for 6 months after the release. Aliaksandr Frantskevich, who served his term in correctional colony No. 22 in Ivatsevichy, was released early in the morningof 3rd of September. His mother and activists of … Continue reading