Fri December 8th Open 11 AM–5 PM
LGBTQ Prisoner Solidarity Organization
A.B.O. Comix is a collective of creators and activists who work to amplify the voices of LGBTQ prisoners through art. By working closely with prison abolitionist and queer advocacy organizations, they aim to keep queer prisoners connected to outside communities and help them in the fight toward liberation. The profits we generate go back to incarcerated visual artists, especially those with little to no resources. Using the DIY ideology of “punk-zine” culture, A.B.O. Comix was formed with the philosophy of mutual support, community and friendship. Their collective is working towards compassionate accountability without relying on the state or its sycophants. A.B.O. Comix believes that interpersonal and societal issues can be solved without locking people in cages. Their mission is to combat the culture that treats humans as disposable and disproportionately criminalizes the most marginalized amongst us. Through artistic activism, they hope to proliferate the idea that a better world means redefining concepts of justice.