Join our upcoming October and November Solidarity Actions in support of Julian #Assange the publisher of #WikiLeaks

Dear friends

Here are some actions in support of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks. Please participate and let us know when you organise your own actions.

Wednesday 16th October 7:30pm – Cheryl Sanchez (Committee to Defend JA) speech in support of Julian Assange

Event: NewsLine & WRP Public Meeting
Place: St. Matthews Tenants Hall.
Address: 10 St Matthews Road, Brixton SW2 1NH
Nearest Tube: Brixton Station

Saturday 19th October from 12:00 – ‘Official Secrets’ Leafletting Opportunity

Join our flyering in central London in support of Julian Assange. Catherine Gun’s whistleblowing story is in the cinemas up and down the country. Listen to her supporting Julian Assange in a recent interview with Consortium News.

Place: outside Cineworld Cinema, Leicester Square
Showing times: 12:20, 15:00, 17:45, 20:30
Nearest Tube: Leicester Square

Monday 21st October 9am – Attending Court Hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court

This is a Case Management Court Hearing over an hour long. Julian Assange will appear at Court in person. A contingency of the Yellow Vests will be travelling from France to stand in solidarity with Julian Assange outside WMC. Tea and Croissants will be shared outside the court.
Hashtag: #YellowVests4Julian

Address: 181 Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5BR
Nearest Tube: Marylebone, Edgware Road, Baker Street

Friday 25th October 6-8pm – JADC organising meeting

Do you have time free to help organise events in defence of Julian Assange? Join our committee meeting.

Place: Unite the Union, Unite House, Meeting Room 2
Address: 128 Theobalds Road, Holborn, London, WC1X 8T
Nearest Tube: Holborn

Saturday 26th of October 2-4pm BBC Rally

As JADC attempts to Correct the Record in the Julian Assange case we host our Julian Assange No Extradition rally outside the BBC Broadcasting House. Ken Livingston is joining us as a guest speaker!! Hashtag: #MediaMia

Place: BBC Broadcasting House
Address: Portland Place London W1A 1AA
Nearest tube station: Bond street (Jubilee, Central Lines), Oxford Circus(Central, Bakerloo, Victoria Lines)

Saturday 2nd of November 2-4pm Leafletting Opportunity

HashTag: #WhereIsAmnesty

Event: Amnesty UK Student Conference 2019
Place: Amnesty International UK, Human Rights Action Centre
Address: 17-25 New Inn Yard, London, EC2A 2EA
Hashtage: #WhereIsAmnesty

Tuesday 5th of November 6pm #HomeOfficeGig2

M.I.A. and Lowkey together with Wikileaks speakers are having a “Don’t Extradite Assange” event on Guy Folkes Night. A number of us will find our way to No 10 Downing Street after the event for some chanting, joining the Million March Mask events. Hashtags #HomeOfficeGiG2 #IamJulianAssange #MillionMaskMarch

Place: Outside the Home Office
Address: 2 Marsham Street, SW1P 4DS
Nearest Tube: Westminster

Saturday 9th November 11am Belmarsh Peaceful Protest to Free Assange

Place: Belmarsh Prison Entrance
Address: HMP Belmarsh, Western Way, Thamesmead, London SE28 0EB
How to get there: From Woolwich Arsenal Train Station catch the 244/380 Bus to the Prison.
Hashtag: #Protest4Assange

Saturday 16th November 12:00-15:00 Trafalgar Square Defend Rally

Place: Outside the National Gallery
Address: Trafalgar Square London WC2N 5DN
Nearest Tube: Charing Cross
Hashtag: #NoUSExtradition

Monday 18 November 6-7pm Leafletting Opportunity

This is a play about persecuted journalists and a perfect opportunity to reach out to people who are interested about free press free speech issues. You can learn more about the play and purchase tickets if you like here:

Play: #We are Arrested – Press night
Theatre: Arcola Theatre, Dalston
Address: 24 Ashwin, London E8 3DL
Nearest Tube: Dalston Junction (Overground)

Mark the dates in your calendar, details to follow:

Thursday 28th November 6pm-8:30pm Public Lecture
Friday 29th November 6pm-8pm JADC Organising Meeting
Saturday 30th of November 2pm-4pm Belmarsh Solidarity Vigil

In solidarity #FreeAssange!

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