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Jail Solidarity!

Jail Solidarity!
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From the NATO5 in Chicago to Mark Adams in New York to pending felony charges across the country, occupy activists are becoming increasingly familiar with the insides of prison cells. This is a growing collection of our #JailSolidarity stories.

 

 

Chicago, IL – Solidarity Through a Plexiglass window: An occupier who makes weekly visits to the NATO 5 brings a friend who has never visited prison before.

 

 

 

 

Chicago, IL – A visit to the NATO 5: An activist from Occupy Chicago finds solidarity even behind locked doors and iron bars.

 

 

 

 

New York, NY - A Visit with Mark Adams, J26, Part One: An activist visits Mark Adam’s an occupier sentenced to forty-five days in jail for his involvement in D17 at Duarte Square in New York City.

 

 

 

 

New York, NY - A Visit with Mark Adams, J26, Part Two: An activist visits Mark Adam’s an occupier sentenced to forty-five days in jail for his involvement in D17 at Duarte Square in New York City.

 

 

 

 

 Read all our past #JailSolidarity stories here. 

 

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One Response to “Jail Solidarity!”

  1. patches says:

    good stuff. on a similar note occupy tampa will be holding a vigil against entrapment on august 14th ahead of the rnc, to highlight the struggles the nato 5 and others are going and to send a message that we will be holding tampa bay area politicians accountable for acts of police sabotage.

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