Save the Date!

Running Down The Walls

Register for our 4th annual Running Down The Walls 5k, September 12th, 2021 in honor of Mumia Abu-Jamal!

Monthly letter-writing

We host prisoner letter-writing events on the fourth Monday of every month at 6:30pm currently held online using Jitsi or in person at Clark Park


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#PalestineStrike and Day of Action

#PalestineStrike and Day of Action
Joining the #PalestineStrike and day of action today, Philly ABC extends solidarity to the people of Palestine in their struggle for liberation. Israel’s ongoing policies of apartheid and ethnic cleansing demonstrate to the world that settler colonialism is alive and well and needs to be condemned and confronted in every way possible. We vehemently support the rights to self-determination and self-defense for Palestinian people, and denounce Israel’s militarized police and egregious imprisonment practices including ‘administrative detention. [Read More]

Monday April 26th: Letter-writing for Mumia Abu-Jamal

Monday April 26th: Letter-writing for Mumia Abu-Jamal
Mumia Abu-Jamal is a former Black Panther and internationally recognized award-winning journalist known as “the voice of the voiceless” for his many years spent writing about racism in Philadelphia, the murder of local MOVE members, people in prison, and more. It is now urgent that we raise our voices for the freedom of Mumia as he faces serious health complications from medical neglect inside prison. After years of denial of treatment for various chronic health conditions, Mumia had heart pain over last weekend. [Read More]

Wednesday March 31st: Letter-writing for Fran Thompson

Wednesday March 31st: Letter-writing for Fran Thompson
Philly ABC has been busy gearing up for this year’s Running Down the Walls 5K (save the date of September 12th with funds split between the ABCF Warchest and Mumia Abu-Jamal!), but we didn’t want to miss a monthly letter-writing so we are hosting the next event online this Wednesday the 31st. Philly ABC is energized by building momentum towards abolishing the police. As prison abolitionists, we stand in solidarity with the many people who have taken necessary actions to defend themselves without engaging police or courts. [Read More]

Monday February 22nd: Letter-writing for Doug Wright

Monday February 22nd: Letter-writing for Doug Wright
Doug Wright left home at age fourteen and became involved in radical leftist activities and anti-war rallies in California. Shortly thereafter, Doug picked up train hopping and made his way all over the country. On one occasion he accidentally found himself in Anderson, Indiana where he met people with a music company that hosted all-age punk rock shows. These folks became Doug’s new family for the next five years. [Read More]

Monday January 25th: Letter-writing for Kamau Sadiki

Monday January 25th: Letter-writing for Kamau Sadiki
This month we are asking that folks write letters of support to former Black Panther, Kamau Sadiki . Kamau has been held in the Augusta State Medical Prison for years and suffered medical neglect. Right now, Kamau is in danger of needing his left foot amputated and needs to see a wound specialist. Before you join us next Monday to write a letter, please take a minute to tweet at @GovKemp & call the Augusta State Medical Prison at (706) 855-4700 to demand he be taken to the wound care clinic ASAP. [Read More]