Tag Archives: Marius Mason

Running Down the Walls 2017: 5k Run for Political Prisoners

WHAT: Running Down the Walls – 5k run/walk/jog WHEN: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM, Sunday, October 1st WHERE: Ninth Street Park, Bloomington Indiana COST: Suggested registration $20 (food and drink afterwards) [Facebook event page] Running Down the Walls is an … Continue reading

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June 26: Veganism & the Prison System

JUNE 26, 2017 6:30pm Boxcar Books 408 E. 6th St Join us for a discussion about staying vegan while incarcerated, Green Scare laws that target animal rights and eco-activists, and cases of vegan and animal rights prisoners, including Marius Mason, … Continue reading

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Kite Line Radio: Ongoing support for Marius Mason & his family

From Kite Line [Listen and download here] This week on Kite Line we feature Arianna Staiger, daughter of Marius Mason, an anarchist prisoner who used to live and organize in Bloomington. Ariana speaks about how she experienced Marius’ arrest and … Continue reading

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June 9: Sacco & Vanzetti film + letter writing for anarchist prisoners

JUNE 9, 2017 7pm Boxcar Books 408 E. 6th St For the June 11th International Day of Solidarity with Marius Mason & All Long-Term Anarchist Prisoners, we’ll be showing Peter Miller’s 2006 documentary on militant anarchists Sacco & Vanzetti. The … Continue reading

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One Month Until June 11th!

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 … Continue reading

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Marius Mason is being moved to general population!

From Support Marius Mason We so are excited to announce that Marius received confirmation yesterday that he will be moving to general population at Carswell.  As many know, this has been a long time coming and a request that Marius, … Continue reading

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Help Marius get vegan milk!

From Support Marius Mason Marius reported last week that Carswell has removed soy milk from the commissary. Fortified soy milk is one of the few ways Marius is able to get the nutrients he needs while staying vegan in prison. … Continue reading

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June 11, 2017: Communication is a Weapon

From June11.org By now it is a platitude to speak of the isolation and silence that prisons strive to impose. Every week another one of our imprisoned friends tells us that their mail is getting fucked with, the phones on … Continue reading

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Help get Marius out of Carswell!

From Support Marius Mason Greetings, The campaign to Fight Toxic Prisons will be hosting its second annual national convergence this Summer! Last year’s convergence gathered activists and revolutionaries from across the country to explore the intersections of the environmental movement … Continue reading

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January 22: Trans Prisoner Solidarity Day poetry reading

JANUARY 22 6:30pm Boxcar Books 408 E. 6th St For the annual Trans Prisoner Day of Action initiated by Marius Mason and his supporters last year, we are hosting a poetry reading event in which several local writers will read … Continue reading

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