The ABC Federation prides itself on accountability, especially when it comes to the funds received and disbursed under the ABCF Warchest. As part of this effort in transparency, the ABCF issues the Warchest Fund Report, which shows the recent activity of the Warchest.
Please note that while the monetary amount of RDTW has been added to the report, we did not have the space for the breakdown of funds received through the run. For complete accountability we will post them here: Los Angeles RDTW ($3220); New York RDTW ($1765); Oakland RDTW ($961); Chicago RDTW ($440); Hamilton RDTW ($185).
To review the ABCF Warchest Report, please click here.
Come together to support political prisoners this summer. The Bakersfield ABCF will be hosting an event Aug 31st to support our incarcerated comrades in their time of need. we want to raise awareness of who they are and the struggles they face.
come enjoy live bands,publics speakers,food,and more
EGG DROP SOUP
MEMBERS OF THE LA-ABCG
5$ and up donations all donations go to the aid of the politically imprisoned
For more information, click here
Get your running shoes on Philly!
Philadelphia Anarchist Black Cross presents our second annual Running Down The Walls (RDTW)! Join us for another revolutionary 5K run/walk/bike/skate and day of solidarity. If you would like to participate in light yoga and warm-up stretches before, please arrive by 10am and bring a mat if you can.
Running is not required! You can also walk, bike, skate or roll. 5K is two loops around the park and at a walking pace will take about 45-60 minutes. Light refreshments and socializing will take place in the park afterward.
Political prisoner Eric King is being held right now in segregation at FCI Englewood. He is in Colorado facing charges that carry a maximum of 20 years in prison. These are dark times for Eric and he can sure use some support and love. Please write to him and show him people care:
Eric King #27090-045FCI Englewood9595 West Quincy AvenueLittleton, CO 80123
Letters must be on white paper in white envelopes. Do not use address labels and he cannot get greeting cards. We do not believe he can receive books right now.
A prosecutor violated the constitutional rights of the 1960s black militant formerly known as H. Rap Brown during his trial for the killing of a sheriff’s deputy, but it’s unlikely that substantially affected the verdict, a federal appeals court found.
The finding came Wednesday in the case of the man now known as Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, who gained prominence more than 50 years ago as a Black Panthers leader who famously said, “Violence is as American as cherry pie.” He later converted to Islam, changed his name and was living in Atlanta as an imam in March 2000 when authorities say he shot two sheriff’s deputies, killing one.
Tom Manning’s death on July 30 has me in the grip of an emotional riptide. I feel like part of me died with him.
Tom was imprisoned at USP-Hazelton, WV at the time of his death. The ostensible cause of death, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, was a heart attack.
I received Tom’s last letter on July 15. He wrote that he was in dire circumstances, his medical needs treated with deliberate indifference, delays in receiving necessary medication, his body weak from lack of oxygen. Supporters scrambled to get a lawyer in to see him, but death arrived first.