Monthly Archives: May 2011

24 May – Public Meeting in House of Commons

The case of Bradley Manning: Hero, enemy of the state, information champion, victim? Tues 24 May 2011, 6 – 7.30pm in the Boothroyd Room, Portcullis House, House of Commons. Entry via Portcullis House Public Meeting. Free entry. Everyone welcome. Manning … Continue reading

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16-24 May: Events in Dublin on occasion of visits by the Queen and Obama

An Invitation “Over the next couple of weeks, the Catholic Worker will be involved in spontaneous and organised nonviolent street demonstrations challenging the ongoing Irish complicity in U.S. and British wars on the people of Iraq and Afghanistan. “Both Bradley … Continue reading

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Lenten US Embassy Vigils for Manning

Susan Clarkson of the Oxford Catholic Worker, held weekly vigils throughout Lent for Bradley Manning at the US Embassy in London. Here is her account: “During Lent I made a decision to do a weekly 2 hour vigil at the … Continue reading

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