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London for Assange: Screening in the world’s smallest cinema This ‘fotostoria’, with photos and editing by Serena Zanzu, documents solidarity with Julian Assange at the High Court and Supreme Court in London where his appeals against extradition to Sweden were … Continue reading
Tagged Cortomobile, film, fotostoria, High Court, Italy, Julian Assange, London, photostory, solidarity, Supreme Court, WikiLeaks
Then get out on the streets! Also, recent abc audio interview about Julian’s situation with Ciaron O’Reilly. Listen here.
Posted in Assange, Resources
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, art, Britain, Ecuadorian Embassy, film, Julian Assange, London, solidarity, video, WikiLeaks
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12 July 2012 Anthony reports from a solidarity action with a huge poster and Bradley Manning stickers at Amnesty film screening in London. I went with the famous Bradley Manning sandwich board down to Amnesty International’s Human Rights Action Centre … Continue reading
When we heard that Tim Price’s powerful play ‘The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning’ was to be performed by National Theatre Wales in schools in Pembrokeshire, Cardiff and Flintshire during April, starting with Tasker Milward, the school Bradley attended as a … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, art, benefit gig, Bradley Manning, Cardiff, Catholic Worker, court, Craig Murray, demo, Denbigh, exhibition, film, flyer, Food Not Bombs, Haverfordwest, leafleting, letters, meeting, National Theatre Wales, Pembrokeshire, performance, solidarity, speakers, Veterans for Peace, vigil, Wales, WikiLeaks, Wrexham
The court hearing Bradley is back in court for a pre-trial ‘motions’ hearing. Reports from the court here: Kevin Gosztola; Nathan Fuller day 1; Nathan Fuller day 2. Supporters in Cardiff held a day of solidarity to mark the beginning … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, Bradley Manning, Cardiff, film, Food Not Bombs, Incident in New Baghdad, Jim Spione, leafleting, meeting, solidarity, Wales, WISE Up
Special Sneak Preview screening of Jim Spione’s Oscar nominated short documentary Incident in New Baghdad, the 2007 attack from a US Apache helicopter on civilians including two Reuters journalists known as Collateral Murder that was brought to the attention of … Continue reading