NYC Event for the July 25th International Day of Solidarity with Antifascist Prisoners!

free all antifa prisonersvia NYC Anarchist Black Cross:

Saturday, July 25th

The Base
1302 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11221
Directions Below
NOTE: The Base is on the ground floor, is wheelchair accessible, and has a gender neutral toilet.

(Watch fascists get what’s coming to them!)

(Delicious & Vegan!)

(Learn about anti-fascist movements from around the world and the comrades in jail for fighting the good fight!)

(Sign cards that we will send to all antifa prisoners!)

Free, but donations are appreciated.

More information on the July 25th International Day of Solidarity with Antifascist Prisoners:

Antifascists fight against those who—in the government or in the streets—dream of imposing their fascist and other Far Right nationalist nightmares on the rest of us. Throughout the world, Islamophobic, anti-Semitic, anti-immigrant, and racist bigotries are on the rise. Antifas are on the frontline in confronting these reactionary politics, and we will not forget our comrades imprisoned in the course of this struggle.

The July 25 International Day of Solidarity with Antifascist Prisoners originated in 2014 as a Day of Solidarity with Jock Palfreeman, an Australian who is imprisoned in Bulgaria for defending two Romani men from an attack by fascist football hooligans. Groups around the world took action: holding demonstrations, benefits supporting the Bulgarian Prisoners Association, writing to Jock, and talking about the plight of the Romani and Sinti people in general.

In 2015 we would like to expand this day of solidarity to all antifascist prisoners around the world. We encourage groups to take the day to plan an event of their choice—whether it is a letter writing, demonstration, benefit, or other action—and to focus on the prisoners and related issues that are of most importance to them locally.

No Pasaran!
Until All Are Free!

For a list of prisoners, endorsing groups, and updates, please check:


From the M Train:
Central Avenue Stop: Walk east on Myrtle Avenue (away from Hart Street, toward Cedar Street). We’re about two blocks down on the south side of the street.

Knickerbocker Avenue Stop: Walk west on Myrtle Avenue (away from Harman Street, toward Himrod Street). We’re about three blocks down on the south side of the street.

From the L Train:
DeKalb Avenue Stop: Walk south on Stockholm Street (away from Wyckoff Avenue, toward Irving Avenue). We’re about four blocks down, at the intersection of Stockholm Street and Myrtle Avenue.

From the J Train:
Myrtle Avenue Stop: Transfer to the M train and follow the above directions.

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