As a part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, join us for the #FreeThemAll National Virtual Week of Action: Defend Survivors, End Carceral Feminism!

During the week, we’ll share information, updates, experiences of survivors, and ways for people to take action. Participating organizations include Survived and Punished (National, CA, NY), Black and Pink Milwaukee, California Coalition for Women Prisoners, CAT-911, Free Chrystul Kizer Defense Committee, Free Hearts, #FreeLiyah Campaign, Free Shantonio Campaign, Justice for Alisha Walker Defese Campaign, #MeTooBehind Bars Campaign, Moms United Against Violence, Nikki Addimando Defense Committee, No New Women’s Prison Campaign, Support Ho(s)e Collective, UC Riverside Ethnic Studies Critical Antiviolence Research and Action, and more!

Apr 5: Survived and Punish NY Website Launch

Apr 6, Demand COVID-19 Action @ CA Women’s Prisons

April 6, CAT-911 Twitter Convo: Carceral Feminism, COVID19 and the Nonprofit Industrial Complex

Apr 6: #FreeSurvivors: Make Art for Abolition

Apr 7: Twitter Convo on Carceral Feminism and Social Distancing

Apr 8, Take Action: No New Women’s Prison in Thurston County

Apr 8: #MeTooBehindBars Twitter Power Hour

Apr 8, #ClemencyCoast2Coast Virtual Town Hall

April 8, Transformative Justice Book Discussion on Beyond Survival

Apr 9: #FreeThemAll: Defending Criminalized Survivors Webinar

Apr 10, #ClemencyNow: Demand Governor Newsom to #FreeLiyah and #FreeThemAll

Apr 10, Candlelight Vigil to #FreeThemAll4PublicHealth

Apr 10, Moving at the Speed of Trust: Disability Justice and Transformative Justice

April 11, Zoom: #SocialBridging for COVID19 Session 1

Apr 11, No New Women’s Prison in WA! Open Meeting

Want to host your own event and participate? Join us! Fill out this form to share your knowledge and advocate for freedom of all criminalized survivors! Some ideas include holding a webinar, hosting a twitter power hour on particular campaigns, sending artwork to Survived and Punished which would be shared on social media, twitter/email actions targeting elected officials, selfies supporting survivors, virtual teach-in, and more!

More actions will be added in the coming weeks.

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