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Anti-fascist prisoner Ravi Gill needs your support

From Leeds ABC: Ravinder Gill is one of the six UK antifascists imprisoned last year after being fitted-up for ‘conspiracy to cause violent disorder’. While the other five comrades have all been released, either subject to curfew on electronic tag, … Continue reading

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Is the Parole Board deciding on the continued detention of life sentence prisoners before their hearings?

Periodically reviewing life sentences by the Parole Board is a process required by law and such reviews, known as Tribunals, are intended to assess the current level of risk presented by life-sentence prisoners at the expiry of Tariff point of … Continue reading

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Free CeCe McDonald

CeCe McDonald is a 23-year-old African American transgender woman who lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota. On June 5th, 2011 CeCe and some of her friends, all young, black, and queer, were walking to the grocery store in their neighborhood in South … Continue reading

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Prison Reading Group

Tuesday 21st of February, 7pm London Action Resource Centre 62 Fieldgate Street London E1 This is the beginning of what we hope to be a monthly reading group and letter writing event, discussing a different essay or chapter of a … Continue reading

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