Tag Archives: right to dissent

A View from the Ground: Why Drop the Charges Against ALL I94 Arrestees in Minneapolis Post-Election Demonstration?

To go forward with this charade of justice is absurd.

Edward Snowden and Daniel Ellsberg Talk: ‘Is Whistleblowing Worth Prison or a Life in Exile?’

“It is madly reckless for this president to be doing what he is doing. Whether he is, in some clinical sense, crazy or not, what he is doing is crazy,” says Ellsberg.

ANTI-PROTEST BILLS IN MN LEGISLATURE: ACTIONS FOR MINNESOTA ACTIVISTS

Status and action needed for particular antiprotest/antidissent bills in the Minnesota State Legislature.

The Intercept: The Latest Twist in the Bizarre Prosecution of Barrett Brown

Brown wrote that “the emails will reveal a great deal about a lot of important subjects including wrongdoing by states and institutions,” specifying “mass surveillance [and] cutting edge disinformation techniques.” BY MICHELLE GARCIA  The Intercept  December 16. 2014 DALLAS, Tx.—Barrett Brown entered the federal courtroom shackled, with a slight swagger in his step and squinting […]

Bradley Manning – Drop the Aiding the Enemy Charges

Published on Feb 13, 2013 Sign our petition demanding Maj. Gen. Michael Linnington drop ‘aiding the enemy’ charges against Pfc. Bradley Manning:http://justiceformanning.com/ Bradley Manning – Drop the Aiding the Enemy Charges FiredoglakeTV·399 videos Subscribe or “Follow” us on riseuptimes.wordpress.com. For the TC EVENTS calendar and the ACTIONS AND ACTION ALERTS click on the tab at the top of the […]

Chris Hedges> What Is Happening to Muslims Will Happen to the Rest of Us

What Is Happening to Muslims Will Happen to the Rest of Us “One of the misapprehensions of the last decade is that the government had to go outside the law to places like Guantanamo or Bagram to abridge the rights of suspects in the name of national security. . . . “But this is not the case. […]

Kent State: Was It about Civil Rights or 
Murdering Student Protesters?

Kent State: Was It about Civil Rights or 
Murdering Student Protesters? When Ohio National Guardsmen fired sixty-seven gun shots in thirteen seconds at Kent State University (KSU) on May 4, 1970, they murdered four unarmed, protesting college students and wounded nine others. Censored Notebook, Featured Articles Sep 11, 2012 This article is from our forthcoming book Censored […]

CHICAGO NLG RELEASE: NATO Police Violence, Serious Injuries, High-Level Charges & High Bonds Are City’s Reaction to Protests

NLG RELEASE: NATO Police Violence, Serious Injuries, High-Level Charges & High Bonds Are City’s Reaction to Protests by Occupy Chicago Press Relations on Friday, May 25, 2012 at 5:47pm · PRESS RELEASE Chicago Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild For Immediate Release: May 25, 2012 National Lawyers Guild Provides Wrap-up of Police Actions During Week-long NATO Demonstrations Police […]

NATOG8 Protest Photos> May 20, 2012

The March WAMM at the Rally and March Some of the Minnesota groups participating besides WAMM (specifically members of the Middle East Committee with other WAMM members)  and the Anti-war Committee—who together organized the trip—were representatives from the Welfare Rights Committee, Freedom Road, Committee to Stop FBI repression, Students for a Democratic Society, TC Peace […]

FBI moves into new Minnesota headquarters, protest outside condemns repression

FBI moves into new Minnesota headquarters, protest outside condemns repression By Mick Kelly | February 18, 2012      Fight Back News Protest against repression of anti war activists at new MN/Dakotas FBI Field Office (Fight Back! News/Kim DeFranco) Brooklyn Center, MN – Protesters gathered outside the new headquarters of the FBI here, Feb. 17, […]

Open Letter to Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi>UC Davis

Open Letter to Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi To view this letter click on the link below.  Rather than posting the whole letter, WAMMToday would prefer than you look at the UCDavis Bicycle Barricade website, graphics and all, where this moving and powerful letter is posted. If you ever had any doubt that the protest at UCDavis […]