We’re one month away from this year’s June 11th International Day of Solidarity with Marius Mason and all long-term anarchist prisoners!
The essence of the day is that many seemingly separate events and actions can resonate within a wider network of efforts in solidarity with our imprisoned fighters. In this way, we make real the proposal of a multiform anarchist solidarity – one in which banner drops and bake sales, spray paint and sending letters, demonstrations and destruction can, together, show the diversity and power of anarchist solidarity. Every year, we are amazed at what people do. From big cities to small towns to lone individuals, anarchists put their hearts, minds, and hands to work, showing that anyone, no matter their circumstances, has something meaningful to contribute to freeing our imprisoned comrades.
We wish to express our support for the International Day of Solidarity with Eric King on June 28.
We also express our solidarity with the call for a Dangerous June in solidarity with anarchist, revolutionary and rebel individualities.
We’ll be unveiling new posters, flyers, and an interview series in the coming weeks, but until then, we wanted to share some ideas for anyone out there who may be wondering what they can do for June 11th. For this year’s call-out (currently in English, Spanish, and Portuguese), check out our site.
Please send us an email at june11th [at] riseup [dot] net to let us know about any events you have planned! Continue reading