Actions were also carried out in Baden-Württemberg to mark March 18. In Freiburg, a demonstration was organized under the slogan "Freedom for all political prisoners", which started with a rally at the square of the old synagogue.

Various organizations from the revolutionary and anti-fascist movement were involved. In the speeches, the participants demanded freedom for different political prisoners, including the imprisoned antifascists Dy and Lina. In the process, mobilization was also made for the demonstration on the 20th in Stuttgart.

The demonstration then moved through the city to the prison, where more speeches were held. In a last speech, revolutionaries demanded to unite even more firmly against the attacks of the bourgeois state and to answer them unitedly. They also called on all present to fight for the freedom of those who have to pay for our struggle with their freedom. In particular, they mentioned in their speech Georges Ibrahim Abdallah, Dr. G.N. Saibaba, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Leonard Peltier and Chairman Gonzalo. They then used their speech to also remember those who were murdered and imprisoned by reaction in the fight for the Paris Commune. The Paris Commune was classified as a decisive event in the history of the proletariat that still resonates in the struggles of our class today. The speech ended with the words "Freedom to all political prisoners!". Long live the 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune!"

In Karlsruhe, on the night of March 18-19, a graffiti was painted with the slogan "Long live the 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune!"  

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