In July 2017 35 men were arrested on Lesvos, Greece. Documentary filmmaker Fridoon Joinda released a 28 minute long documentary about the case. “From what I understand, I was only arrested because I am a black man.” Didier Ndiay, Senegal.
Lesvos, Greece: Refugees spontaneously marched from the Moria refugee camp to Sappho square in Mytlini today, after a refugee almost died in the Moria refugee camp.
Vasilis Dimakis, the incarcerated student who is claiming the right to higher education, has been transferred to Korydallos Prison Hospital but refused to be examined. Since he is now on the 23d day of his hunger strike and aldready started a thirst strike, the doctor there predicted that serious health issues will appear soon and suggested Dimakis’ transfer to a proper hospital.
Statement by 5 of the accussed of the Moria 35 and action kit.
Statement by Tasos Theofilou about the appeal by the state prosecution against his acquittal. (Image above: archive picture)
Statement by the anarchist Rouvikonas (In English Rubicon) collective.
The first part of the Cars of Hope collective arrived on Lesvos. We will publish regular updates about their work with refugees on the Aegean island. Today part 2. You can read part 1 here.
Text by anarchis prisoner Nikos Romanos about the court decision for the case of “individual terrorists”. Image above: After Nikos Romanos was arrested (in 2013) he was tortured by Greek police. The image at the left side was photoshopped by Greek police.
Agathonisi: 16 dead refugees it was not an accident it was a crime, protest on Wednesday 04/04 at 6:30pm, Syntagma Square, Athens, Greece.
The first part of the Cars of Hope collective arrived on Lesvos yesterday. We will publish regular updates about their work with refugees on the Aegean island.
Joint Announcement by the Panhellenic Network of Antiracist and Solidarity Collectivities.
Statement by City Plaza Refugee Accommodation and Solidarity Space.