Calendar

Jan
23
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Jan 23 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Jan
25
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
Jan 25 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

Jan
26
Fri
Rebellious Mourning: The Collective Work of Grief
Jan 26 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Rebellious Mourning: The Collective Work of Grief

Join Cindy Milstein, editor of “Rebellious Mourning: The Collective Work of Grief” (AK Press, Sept. 2017) — and at some of these events, other contributors too — for reflections on the relation between structural losses, mourning, and resistance. This collection, as Silvia Federici, author of “Caliban and the Witch,” puts it, “uncovers the destruction of life that capitalist development leaves in its trail. But it is also witness to the power of grief as a catalyst to collective resistance.”

Via first-person and/or frontline stories, the anthology’s thirty-seven contributors illuminate, bittersweetly, that we can bear almost anything when it is worked through collectively. Grief is generally thought of as something personal and insular, but when we publicly share loss and pain, we lessen the power of the forces that debilitate us, while at the same time building the humane social practices that reduce suffering and accentuate quality of life for everyone. Addressing tragedies from Fukushima to Palestine, incarceration to eviction, AIDS crises to border crossings, and racism to rape, the intimate yet tenacious writing in this volume shows that mourning can pry open spaces of contestation and reconstruction, empathy, and solidarity.

Copies of the anthology will be available for sale at the event. For more information on “Rebellious Mourning,” or to order online, see:
https://www.akpress.org/rebellious-mourning.html.

Jan
27
Sat
MACC — Training: Facilitation
Jan 27 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
MACC -- Training: Facilitation

Meetings are a necessary part of the struggle! Come to learn some skills to help you facilitate a big General Assembly, a small working group’s meeting, or an online meeting.

Jan
30
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Jan 30 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Feb
6
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Feb 6 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Feb
13
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Feb 13 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Feb
20
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Feb 20 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Feb
22
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
Feb 22 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

Feb
27
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Feb 27 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Mar
6
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Mar 6 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Mar
13
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Mar 13 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Mar
20
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Mar 20 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Mar
27
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Mar 27 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Mar
29
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
Mar 29 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

Apr
3
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Apr 3 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Apr
10
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Apr 10 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Apr
17
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Apr 17 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Apr
24
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Apr 24 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Apr
26
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
Apr 26 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

May
1
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
May 1 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

May
8
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
May 8 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

May
15
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
May 15 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

May
22
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
May 22 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

May
29
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
May 29 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

May
31
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
May 31 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

Jun
5
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Jun 5 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Jun
12
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Jun 12 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Jun
19
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Jun 19 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Jun
26
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Jun 26 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Jun
28
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
Jun 28 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

Jul
3
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Jul 3 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Jul
10
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Jul 10 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Jul
17
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Jul 17 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Jul
24
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Jul 24 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Jul
26
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
Jul 26 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

Jul
31
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Jul 31 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Aug
7
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Aug 7 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Aug
14
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Aug 14 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Aug
21
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Aug 21 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Aug
28
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Aug 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Aug
30
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
Aug 30 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

Sep
4
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Sep 4 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Sep
11
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Sep 11 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Sep
18
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Sep 18 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Sep
25
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Sep 25 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Sep
27
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
Sep 27 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

Oct
2
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Oct 2 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Oct
9
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Oct 9 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Oct
16
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Oct 16 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Oct
23
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Oct 23 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Oct
25
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
Oct 25 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

Oct
30
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Oct 30 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Nov
6
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Nov 6 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Nov
13
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Nov 13 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Nov
20
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Nov 20 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Nov
27
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Nov 27 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Nov
29
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
Nov 29 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

Dec
4
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Dec 4 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Dec
11
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Dec 11 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Dec
18
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Dec 18 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Dec
25
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Dec 25 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Dec
27
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
Dec 27 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

Jan
1
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Jan 1 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Jan
8
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Jan 8 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Jan
15
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Jan 15 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Jan
22
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Jan 22 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Jan
29
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Jan 29 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Jan
31
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
Jan 31 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

Feb
5
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Feb 5 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Feb
12
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Feb 12 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Feb
19
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Feb 19 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Feb
26
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Feb 26 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Feb
28
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
Feb 28 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

Mar
5
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Mar 5 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Mar
12
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Mar 12 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Mar
19
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Mar 19 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Mar
26
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Mar 26 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Mar
28
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
Mar 28 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

Apr
2
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Apr 2 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Apr
9
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Apr 9 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Apr
16
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Apr 16 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Apr
23
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Apr 23 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Apr
25
Thu
The Circled (A) History Series
Apr 25 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
The Circled (A) History Series
As anarchists, it is important that we study our history, both to learn from our movement’s past and to locate our current struggles in context. Come learn, teach, discuss, (and argue) about exciting events and people such as the Paris Commune, the Haymarket Tragedy, the Kronstadt Rebellion, Zapatistas then and now, Kanno Sugako, the Durruti Column, Kuwasi Balagoon, and so much more.
When and where: The last Thursday of every month at the Base, BK. 7:30pm

1st session (1/25/18) The First International and The Paris Commune; lighting the spark of revolutionary anarchism.

Apr
30
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Apr 30 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

May
7
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
May 7 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

May
14
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
May 14 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

May
21
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
May 21 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

May
28
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
May 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Jun
4
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Jun 4 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Jun
11
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Jun 11 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Jun
18
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Jun 18 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Jun
25
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Jun 25 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Jul
2
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Jul 2 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Jul
9
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Jul 9 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Jul
16
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Jul 16 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Jul
23
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Jul 23 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Jul
30
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Jul 30 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.

Aug
6
Tue
RAM – NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels
Aug 6 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
RAM - NYC Support Through the Walls: Send Lit to Prison Rebels

Join us for our first public event! We’ll be writing letters to people inside to send them our zine catalogue and fulfilling zine requests that have already been sent to us.

RAM – NYC: Support Through the Walls is an abolitionist and anarchist organization that sends revolutionary literature (zines) to US prisoners. We recognize the prison industrial complex as one of the most draconian institutions in the United States and we want to offer our support as solidarity. Send us a list of zines you would like to request and we will send them your way. We are limited by how many zines we can send in one envelope, so we’ll typically send two or three titles per request. We also encourage you to share these zines with fellow prisoners, start discussion and study groups, please send us any other questions you may have. We hope the literature will inspire you and offer solace in the days to come.

Write us at:
RAM-NYC Support Through the Walls
113 Stockholm St, #1
Brooklyn, NY 11221

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States for anti-state revolution. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in that tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. As revolutionary anarchists, we believe the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, as well as the abolition of contemporary slavery. The Rojava Revolution, in Northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today, with its foundation in communal and council based political organization, revolutionary militant defense, feminism, and anti-capitalism.

Aug
13
Tue
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Aug 13 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NYC Anarchist Black Cross: Letter-Writing Dinner For Jay Chase
Often times folks we support have a hard time adjusting to transfers to different prisons and need a little extra love and care from comrades on the outside. This week we will be writing to the recently transferred political prisoner Jay Chase who is currently in a segregated housing unit in  Dixon Correctional.  Please check out his updated book wishlist and send him whatever you can as he will be once again confined to his cell for 23 hours a day for the foreseeable future:https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1ZYU2MW7KDDON

Jay is one of a group of activists who were entrapped by two undercover Chicago cops in 2012 leading up to protests of the NATO summit and found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. Jay received the longest sentence of the NATO 3 and is the only one still locked up.

His sentence was extended by a year after an alleged interaction with a guard during another bid in segregation.  While in prison, Jay was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, muscle coordination, and behavior. For up to date info on Jay: https://freethenato3.wordpress.com/

If you are unable to join us this Tuesday please write to Jay and click on the above link to send him some books:

Jared Chase M44710‬
‪Dixon Correctional Center‬
‪2600 North Brinton Avenue‬
‪Dixon, IL 61021‬

The deal, as always, is that you come bringing only yourself (and your friends and comrades), and we provide you with a delicious vegan meal, information about the prisoners as well as all of the letter-writing materials and prisoner-letter-writing info you could ever want to use in one evening. In return, you write a thoughtful letter to a political prisoner or prisoner of war of your choosing or, better yet, keep up a long-term correspondence. We’ll also provide some brief updates and pass around birthday cards for the PP/POWs whose birthdays fall in the next two weeks thanks to the PP/POW Birthday Calendar.