Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Letter Writing to Prisoners/ HUFF/ Open Hours & More!

In the next couple of days at SubRosa!

-Wednesday August 19th: Open Hours and...

    -11am  HUFF meeting

HUFF is Santa Cruz's oldest and most stubbornly persistent grass roots homeless advocacy group.  We make trouble for the powers that be and fight institutional human rights abuses.  More info at

-Thursday August 20th: 2pm Open Hours and...
    -7:30-9pm Letters to Prisoners

This is a place to write letters to prisoners.  Anyone is welcome to stop by and write a letter.  Pamphlets, letter writing material, and snax provided.  This is a good place for new penpals to jump in.

-Friday August 21st:  2pm Open Hours

and as SubRosa is many things, including a place to share information and news, here is a bit about two folks that need support right now.

from "On July 24th, 2015, Nicole Kissane and Joseph Buddenburg were arrested and federally indicted for alleged Conspiracy to Violate the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act—Title 18, U.S.C., Section 43 (a) (1), (2) (c) and (b) (3) (A). A federal grand jury indictment alleges that Nicole and Joseph conspired to "travel in interstate and foreign commerce for the purpose of causing physical disruption to the functioning of animal enterprises, to intentionally damage and cause the loss of real and personal property, including, but not limited to, animals and records used by the animal enterprises, and caused economic damage in an amount exceeding $100, 000″ by allegedly releasing thousands of animals from fur farms and destroying breeding records in Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. The indictment also alleges that they caused economic damage to various retail and distribution businesses and individuals associated with the fur industry."

also from  "Please contribute to Nicole and Joseph's general support fund while they are under indictment. Your solidarity is essential in making sure that Nicole and Joseph have strong support and the reassurance that they have a community to take care of them through this case."

Much more information is available at the support website

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