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Travis County Inmates Trapped by Judges’ Bail

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International Day of Aid for Political Prisoners

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Drop the Charges Coalition

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Solidarity for Georges Abdallah

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Solidarity Video for Brazillian Political Prisoners

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Biden to Put Released Prisoners Back in Prison

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Red Aid Signs on to Support Water Protector, Jessica Reznicek

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Red Aid Supports Political Prisoner Eric King

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Red Aid exists to organize defense of political prisoners, and those who could potentially become political prisoners, in the U.S. due to being targeted by the state.

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Fedayin Screening at the Austin Film Society

Jan 19, 2022

On December 6, 2021, Red Aid partnered with Palestine Solidarity Committee to host a screening of Fedayin, a documentary about the international solidarity campaign for Georges Abdallah, a Lebanese freedom fighter for Palestinian liberation and Europe‚Äôs oldest political prisoner. Red Aid supports political prisoners worldwide, including people like Georges Abdallah who are fighting for oppressed nations and against United States Continue reading

Austin: Recap of Live Music Show at Butterfly Bar/The Vortex Benefitting BLM Protester Facing State Repression 

Jan 17, 2022

On Monday December 13th, Red Aid hosted a live music show at Butterfly Bar @ The Vortex. Funds raised from the event went to support a Black Lives Matter protester arrested during the Summer 2020 uprisings against racism and police brutality. The event featured musical performances from local artists Manuel Soza and Isaiah Jaster, The Fleas, and Edith Rivers as Continue reading

Pittsburgh Panel: Mobilizing to Defend Political Prisoners and Fight State Repression

Dec 15, 2021

On Saturday November 13th, members of Red Aid from Austin, TX hosted a live panel in Pittsburgh, PA titled “Mobilizing to Defend Political Prisoners and Fight State Repression” in front of approximately 30 people. Some attendees had traveled two and a half hours from State College, PA to learn more about this important topic. Other members of the panel included Continue reading

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