Ten Things YOU Can Do
for the Freedom of Political Prisoners

The Freedom of all Political Prisoners requires the building of a mass united Movement. To that end here are ten things you can do to contribute to the building of such a Movement:

1. Write to, and if you can, send money to the Political Prisoners. Let them know that you support and care about them. The addresses of all the Political Prisoners can be found at theJerichoMovement.com;

2. Join Jericho &/or one of the other political prisoner support committees such as the ProLibertad, Sundiata Acoli Freedom Campaign, Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition, Family & Friends of Dr. Mutulu Shakur, Sekou Odinga Defense Committee, Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, Malcolm X Commemoration Committee;

3. Challenge the myth that Political Prisoners do not exist in the united states—educate your family, friends, co-workers, members of your faith-based community, if you belong to one, about the existence of the Political Prisoners and campaigns for their Freedom;

4. Organize a meeting on Political Prisoners at your home, union hall, faith-based institution, local coffee shop, bar, whereever you regularly hang out;

5. Post information about Political Prisoners on your Facebook page;

6. Send emails, Twitter messages to your friends/followers calling for the Freedom of Political Prisoners;

7. Even if you didn’t vote for them or don’t vote, let your elected representatives know that the Freedom of Political Prisoners is one of the issues that you are concerned about. The addresses of all elected officials from the President to the City Council are readily available on the internet;

8. Put up a poster/picture in your home/windows of Political Prisoners;

9. Organize, support, attend rallies, pickets, demonstrations calling for the Freedom of Political Prisoners;

10. Be Creative! Be Creative!

drafted by Joan Gibbs, Esq.


NYC Jericho Movement, P.O. Box 670927, Bronx, NY 10467