Wednesday, December 2
6:30 PM-9:00 PM
The Potter’s House (1658 Columbia Rd NW)
Join us for our next night of solidarity with the people in our movements who have had their freedom taken from them. We’ll provide all the materials, a list of prisoners from various radical movements with short bios, and a quick “how to” for anyone who would like some guidance.
This month, we’re excited to co-host with our friends in the IWW. Just as capitalists search the globe for the lowest labor standards and wages, Target, Macy’s, Microsoft, and other companies use prisoners working in sweatshop conditions to keep their costs down and their profits high. This exploitation is only possible because (like slaves) prisoners can be legally controlled and coerced. But organized workers, on both sides of the prison wall and across every border, push back and brighten the future for our whole class. Let’s spend the evening building this solidarity!
We’ll be at the Potter’s House DC (1658 Columbia Road NW) at the community table in the middle of the cafe. See you there!