Friendly Fire was mentioned in a Sojourners article on the Prison Strike

And you can read that article here: https://sojo.net/articles/how-activists-are-connecting-dots-between-faith-and-prison-strike

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The Friendly Fire Collective, a network of radical Quaker-inspired activists, have also expressed solidarity with strikers’ demands. In their endorsement, Friendly Fire proclaimedthat “God is a Prison Abolitionist.”

Hye Sung Francis, a Friendly Fire activist, said that the collective grounds itself in Jesus’ mission to “proclaim freedom for the prisoners” (Luke 4:18). As prison abolitionists, these radical Christians see this prison strike solidarity as a “real way to manifest Christ’s gospel, to expand the experience of freedom for the 2.3 million people incarcerated in the U.S. prison system who have been robbed of their rights and forced into state-sanctioned slavery.”

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