[NY Prison Act] Feb. 2nd DB/ADOPT-A-Prisoner 2007
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Wed Jan 31 10:49:48 EST 2007
The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign
ProLibertad at hotmail.com and ProLibertad.Campaign at gmail.com
ProLibertad Hotline: 718-601-4751
DOWNLOAD THE JANUARY 2007 EDITION OF THE PROLIBERTAD NEWSLETTER EL COQUI
View this amazing 7 minute video prodcued by by Greg Bozell and the National
Boricua Human Rights Network on the Puerto Rican Political prisoners:
Despierta Boricua Segment for Friday Feb. 2nd, 2007 at 6:45am on WBAI radio
99.5fm or live webstreaming/archived on http://www.wbai.org
This Week's segment features an interview Ray Ramirez, of the Welfare Poets.
The Welfare Poets are a collective of activists, educators, and artists
together since 1990. Through teaching residencies and workshops, through
activism around community struggles and through sharp-edged performances of
music that incorporates Hip Hop, Bomba y Plena, Latin Jazz and other
rhythms, the Welfare Poets bring information and inspiration to those facing
oppression and those fighting for liberation.
Ray Ramirez, one of the founders of the Welfare poets will be talking about
the Poets' newest CD, Cruel and Unusual Punishment."
¡¡FELIZ AñO NUEVO!! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign wishes everyone a wonderful, just and
powerful New Year!! In these times of war, repression and RESISITANCE, we in
the ProLibertad Freedom Campaign are calling on all our allies, supporters
and friends to remember our brothers and sisters behind the walls!! Those
amazing and inspiration compañer at s that were incarcerated by the US
government for their brave actions and commitment to the liberation of
Puerto Rico; a colony of the United States for 108 years!
As the year 2007 begins, we are urging all of you to join ProLibertad's
This is an easy project. There are only 5 easy steps to support this
Step 1: Go to http://www.prolibertadweb.com/page4.html and read about one of
Step 2: Choose one of them or all of them and make the commitment to write
to him/her/them once or twice a month.
Step 3: If you can, send them a commissary donation (small financial
donation $5-whatever; every little bit counts)!! These small donations allow
them to pay for phone calls to family/LEGAL COUNSEL/friends and also for
over priced materials behind the walls. To learn more about how to donate go
Step 4: Email us Prolibertad at hotmail.com and let us know who you've adopted.
We want to keep track of this campaign and see how many of you are able to
commit to supporting our prisoners.
Step 5: Motivate all of your friends to ADOPT-TO-A-PRISONER!! Be creative!!
Invite ProLibertad to speak to your friends or organize a card/letter
writing party. Let us know how we can support!
TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE FREEDOM HAPPEN!! TOGETHER WE CAN SUPPORT OUR HEROES
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