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New in the UK! Freedom for Political Prisoners 2008 Calendar

Natterjack Press | 30.11.2007 22:51 | Palestine | Repression | Social Struggles

The Certain Days calendar is a wonderful collection of artwork and political texts addressing some of the most pressing political issues of our day.
Produced by U.S. Political Prisoners: Herman Bell, Robert Seth Hayes and David Gilbert and supporters. All funds raised by this Calendar will go directly to supporting political prisoners and anti-imperialist struggles: see below for details and ordering info.

Available in the UK from Natterjack Press
Available in the UK from Natterjack Press

Since 2001 political prisoners Herman Bell, David Gilbert and Robert "Seth" Hayes have worked with activists in Montreal (and in 2005 and 2006 New York City) to produce these beautiful calendars.

This year's calendar is no exception. The theme for 2008 is the Legacy of the Panthers, as the collective explains: "The 2007 targeting of the San Francisco Eight (SF8) shows, more than ever, that COINTELPRO is ongoing. Over thirty years after the incident of which they are accused, eight Black Panthers face new charges... During 2008, as this calendar hangs on your wall, the SF8 will be in court and he Black Panther Party will be on trial once again. So this year's theme is the Legacy of the Panthers. Now more than ever, it is vital that their contribution be celebrated.."

Contributors to this year's calendar include Mumia Abu-Jamal, Joy James, Ashanti Alston, Emory Douglas, Ward Churchill, Laura Whitehorn, Gord Hill, George Katsiaficas, David Gilbert and many others.

Beyond its own value, the calendar is also a worthwhile fundraising tool - funds raised from this year's sales will go to support the work of the New York State Task Force on Political Prisoners, Addameer, a Palestinian Prisoners Support and Human Rights Association, and the San Francisco Eight's support campaign.

They are only £7 including postage to the UK. Please purchase from our website.

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  1. good point — tom