From Amplify Voices
New Year’s Eve Prisoner Solidarity Noise Demo
For all humans locked up and their efforts to resist
Against prisons and the world that creates them
For the 4th year in a row, the hundreds of people held captive inside Durham jail — who are getting just two sandwiches for dinner and are freezing in their cells with no heat — will hear us on the outside and know that they are not alone and that their struggles will not be forgotten in 2015.
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Meet at CCB Plaza (Corcoran & Chapel Hill Sts.), then march to the Durham County jail @ 217 S. Mangum St.
Bring signs and banners, drums, buckets, pots and pans, and anything that makes noise and light.
Bring your love and support for prisoners, your hopes and visions for liberation in 2015, and your rage and anger for a system that locks up our family, friends, and comrades.
LET’S KEEP MAKING NOISE.
For more about what’s going on inside the Durham jail, visit amplifyvoices.com.
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