Something a little different for "political prisoner Friday" here at Scission. Instead of focusing on one person today, let's think of a bunch of them and lets think of one very small material thing we can do to show them we have not forgotten.
"Twenty-six years ago, the Partisan Defense Committee revived the program of the early International Labor Defense (ILD) under its secretary, James P. Cannon, of sending stipends to the class-war prisoners—irrespective of their political views or affiliations."
"This is not charity but an elementary act of solidarity with those imprisoned for their opposition to racist capitalism and imperialist depredations"
The following is from the ICL web page.