“Angela, we love you, baby.” Bumper Sticker
When Angela Davis was arrested in October 1970, the Los Angeles community where she lived and organized put out bumper stickers in solidarity with her and all political prisoners. They read: “Angela, we love you, baby.”
We seek not only the immediate release of prisoners due to the government’s negligence and harm during the pandemic but also the complete and total abolition of prisons and policing. To all prisoners: we love you, baby.
Free them all!
(100% of proceeds will go to The Okra Project to help Black trans people.)