Take part in the ‘Plant Seeds of Truth’ collaborative art project

“Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants.”

The late Louis Brandeis, U.S. Supreme Court Justice,
speaking on the need for openness and transparency (1913)

Plant a ‘seed of truth’: grow a sunflower for Bradley Manning.

CODEPINK Kansas has initiated a collaborative political art project for all called Plant Seeds of Truth – Free Bradley Manning!

As part of solidarity actions that took place both nationally and internationally during Bradley’s April 24-26 pre-trial hearings at Fort Meade, and in continuation of the spirit of Earth Day, we are giving out packets of Sunflower seeds with a message, for planting this spring… The finished project will coincide with Manning’s court martial. And sometime during his court martial, some of us from Kansas plan to travel with the project to Fort Meade to install it there.


Plant a few sunflower seeds. If you don’t have any seeds, please email wiseupforbm@yahoo.com with your address and we’ll send you a packet.

When the plants are a couple of inches tall, take a photo.

When they bloom, take another photo.

Email both photos, along with details of where you live, to:

Follow the progress of this project at the Plant Seeds of Truth website.

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2 Responses to Take part in the ‘Plant Seeds of Truth’ collaborative art project

  1. nonviolentconflict says:

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  2. Pingback: Sat 26 May: Marking two years in custody – ‘Plant Seeds for Truth’ in Wales for Bradley Manning | wiseupforbradleymanning

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