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Toronto ABC Letter Writing Night - Local Prisoners

Support recently sentenced American G20 prisoners and more


6:00pm
- 8:00pm
Sunday March 30 2014

Venue: Beit Zatoun
Address: 612 Markham St
Cost: Free

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Join the Toronto Anarchist Black Cross for our monthly night of conversation and letter writing.

This month we'll be writing to local prisoners including wrongfully convicted anarchist prisoner Nyki Kish, and recently sentenced American G20 prisoners Richard Morano, Kevin Chianella, and Joel Bitar. We will also be writing to Rebecca Rubin - who was extradited from Canada and recently sentenced to 5 years for Earth Liberation Front-related charges.

Accessibility: This child-friendly event is FREE and a vegan meal will be provided. Beit Zatoun is two steps from street level and washrooms are located in the basement. A mobile ramp is available for the entrance stairs.

Next month, join us to write to Palestinian prisoners (date TBC).

Thanks as always to Beit Zatoun for their generous support in letting us host letter nights in their space!

For details on these cases:
http://freenyki.org/
http://notorontog20extradition.wordpress.com/
http://supportjoel.com/
http://www.greenisthenewred.com/blog/rebecca-rubin-elf-sentenced/7576

Organizer:torontoblackcross@gmail.com

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