Monthly Archives: July 2011

The High Court, Parliament Square and the Tube…

Genny reports from vigil at the Royal Courts of Justice: Thursday After possibly the wettest bike ride ever, I arrived at the Royal Courts of Justice just as the rain started to ease a little. Susan and I found a … Continue reading

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US Independence Day Prisoner Solidarity Protest

Extract from this indymedia article: The London Guantánamo Campaign marked American Independence Day on 4 July with a political prisoner solidarity protest in the evening outside the US Embassy in Mayfair. Around 25 people attended… Earlier in the day, a … Continue reading

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Peter Tatchell, CAAB and Bradley Manning

Independence FROM America Monday 4 July saw the annual ‘Independence FROM America’ demonstration at US spy base Menwith Hill in North Yorkshire, organised by the Campaign for the Accountability of American Bases (CAAB). One of the speakers at this event … Continue reading

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Bradley Manning Support on Pride march

Queer Friends of Bradley Manning raise awareness at Pride London Bradley Manning’s situation was brought to the attention of folk at Pride London on Saturday 2 July by Queer Friends of Bradley Manning, who formed a walking group on the … Continue reading

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Supporting Whistle-blowers: Where is the Peace Movement?

Genny Bove writes for Peace News Log about Bradley Manning and Julian Assange and whistle-blowing in general. “I was asked to write a short piece about what I was doing on 6 June, the occasion of Peace News’ 75th birthday. … Continue reading

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Report from High Court Vigil

Susan Clarkson has written this report about her vigil outside the High Court (Royal Courts of Justice) in London: After holding weekly two hour vigils at the US Embassy in support of Bradley Manning during Lent, I thought of returning … Continue reading

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