We’re sold out of the Certain Days calendars! Check back next year for our 2021 calendar offer. You can still buy the 2020 calendar at certaindays.org. And you can still get a great deal on one, three, or ten Briarpatch gift subscriptions.
This holiday season we’ve paired up with our friends from Certain Days for a gift package that keeps giving all year long:
Give a 1-year gift subscription to Briarpatch PLUS a Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar for only $35!
The $35 offer is also valid if you want Briarpatch and Certain Days for yourself.
The Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar is a calendar with 36 pages of full-colour art and writing. It’s a joint fundraising and educational project between outside organizers in Montreal and Toronto and four political prisoners – David Gilbert, currently being held in maximum-security prison in New York State; Xinachtli, currently in a maximum-security prison in Texas; and Robert Seth Hayes and Herman Bell, who were released in 2018 – raising awareness of political prisoners and prisoners of war in North America and abroad.
If you’re looking for a gift that offers justice and inspiration to that special person in your life long after the holidays, place your order today!
Two easy ways to order:
- Head to our subscribe page and select the Certain Days 2020 Calendar from the “Add-ons” section.
- Or call us toll-free at 1-866-431-5777
Just looking for standard Briarpatch gift subscriptions for friends and family?
- Give 1 gift subscription for only $29.95
- Give 3 gift subscriptions for the price of 2
- Give 10 gift subscriptions for the absurdly low price of $125!
About Certain Days
Certain Days works in solidarity with anti-colonial and anti-imperialist struggles, queer and trans liberation, political prisoners, and the rights of undocumented people and migrants. They raise awareness of political prisoners and prisoners of war in North America and abroad, many of whom are now in their third decade of imprisonment. People on the streets should understand the history of today’s social justice movements and how that history is linked to solidarity for political prisoners and prisoners of war.
“The power of this calendar is its deep connections to our living history through people and struggles that help us develop historical consciousness. It roots us in the continuity of who we are as people working for liberation.” –activist and writer Chris Crass
This year’s theme is “Knitting Together the Struggles,” and the calendar features art and writings by Annie Banks, Aric McBay, Bitty, Christi Belcourt, Cindy Milstein, David Gilbert, Eric King, Ethan X. Parker, Fernando Marti, Garen Zakarian, Jaan Laaman, Marius Mason, Mary Tremonte, Molly Fair, No New Jails, Oso Blanco, Richard Rivera, Stephen Wilson, teev, Termite Collective, Victoria Law, Xinachtli, and more.
The proceeds from Certain Days 2020 will be divided among Addameer Prisoner Support, Release Aging People in Prison (RAPP), and other social justice and prisoner justice organizations in need.