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Press release here. More photos on flickr. Downloadable flyer in Resources. by Genny Bove Tuesday 12 August The sun was shining at 11am as I turned the corner into the by now familiar Castle Square, a central meeting point in … Continue reading
Tagged Bradley Manning, Brawdy, Cardiff, Chelsea Manning, Cor Cochion, Dylan Thomas, Gaza, Haverfordwest, Hunter Valley, Long March on NATO, Malpas, NATO, New South Wales, Newgale, Newport, Pembrokeshire, protest, Solva, Something Else Festival, Wales, WikiLeaks, Wrexham
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Queer + Friends of Chelsea Manning organised a wonderful contingent of support for our principled whistleblower by participating at this year’s London Pride March on 28th of June. A beautiful banner, thousands of flyers, stickers and badges, posters, all in … Continue reading
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Get your voice heard in Westminster: In a Democracy it is the people who define the law that they will be governed by and the law is there to primarily protect our Freedoms from abuse. Using the Terrorism Act to … Continue reading
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SAT 1ST MARCH 2014: A DAY FOR SOLIDARITY With several rallies, a London march against government and corporate corruption and injustice, and Sydney’s Mardi Gras having a strong whistleblowing Chelsea Manning contingent, the weekend was especially about solidarity, and I … Continue reading
Tagged Andy Worthington, Anti terror strategies, anti-corruption, Birmingham, Chelsea Manning, court, Craig Murray, demo, Ecuadorian Embassy, Julian Assange, march, Mardi Gras, Moazzam Begg, Muslim, Occupy!, PREVENT, solidarity, speakers, surveillance, torture, whistleblower, WikiLeaks
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Newcastle-under-Lyme College, Staffordshire, 17 December This event was originally scheduled to take place on International Human Rights Day, 10 December, but was postponed due to illness to 17 December, Manning’s 26th birthday and her fourth spent in jail. Keen supporters … Continue reading
Tagged Amnesty, anti-war, Bradley Manning, Chelsea Manning, college, Human Rights Day, Newcastle-Under-Lyme, solidarity, Staffordshire, stall, WikiLeaks
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JULIAN ASSANGE’S ‘THOUGHT’ ON PJ HARVEY’S ‘TODAY’ 2ND JAN 2014 PJ Harvey asked Julian Assange to bring the final word – a Thought for the Day – to her beautifully envisioned guest edit of the Radio 4 morning news and current affairs … Continue reading
Tagged Aristotle, BBC Radio 4 Today, Government, Information Apartheid, Jesus, Julian Assange, PJ Harvey, Power, Proverbs, Thought for the Day, transparency, whistleblowers, WikiLeaks
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PJ HARVEY GUEST EDITS ‘TODAY’ PROGRAMME – THURS 2ND JANUARY 2014 Regular listeners to BBC Radio 4’s morning news and current affairs programme – ‘Today’ – were woken up by the programme in more than the usual way last Thursday morning, when … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, arms trade, BBC Radio 4 Today, Chelsea Manning, City of London, Collateral Murder, Guantanamo, Julian Assange, News Reporting, NHS, olympics legacy, PJ Harvey, torture, UN Security Council, WikiLeaks
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ALEXA PRESENTS CHELSEA AT THE CCC Alexa O’Brien continued her crucial work of opening up the secret trial of Chelsea Manning in a presentation at the Chaos Computer Club thirtieth annual international gathering – Chaos Communication Congress CCC 30c3 (27th – … Continue reading
Tagged 35years, Alexa O'Brien, Chaos Communication Congress, Chaos Computer Club, Chelsea Manning, Hamburg, Julian Assange, presentation, press freedom, talk, trial, video, WikiLeaks
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WikiLeaks Cablegate 3rd Anniversary – Solidarity Vigil outside the Ecuadorian Embassy
The Time: Thursday 28th November, 2013,
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
The Place: Outside the Ecuadorian Embassy, 3 Hans Crescent, Knightsbridge, London Join us in commemorating the … Continue reading
Tagged Cablegate, candles, Chelsea Manning, dark, Ecuadorian Embassy, GI Files, Global Intelligence Files, Jeremy Hammond, Julian Assange, light, London, State Dept Cables, Stratfor, Trans Pacific Partnership, WikiLeaks