Minnesota Raidees and Supporters Meet with Senator Klobuchar’s Office (10/19/2010) Minneapolis Peace Activists Defy Chicago Grand Jury (10/5/2010) Bruce Nestor (National Lawyers Guild) Analyzes the Raids & Grand Jury
SEIU Local 26 Resolution Condemning Government Attacks on Anti-War, International Solidarity, and Labor Activists
Whereas, on September 24, 2010, the FBI raided the homes and offices of anti-war, international solidarity and trade union activists in Minnesota, Illinois and Michigan and served subpoenas to 14 people to testify
Black Workers for Justice: They Come for the Anti-War Activists Today; They Will Come for Us Tomorrow!
As African American activists engaged in the many struggles for social and economic justice and human rights, we are outraged by the recent FBI raids on anti-war activists in several U.S. cities,
The raids and grand jury subpoeanas against antiwar and international solidarity activists on the morning of Friday, September 24, 2010 are not just an attack on particular activists, but on our movements for
Click here to sign on! or email [email protected] We deplore FBI raids on antiwar and Palestinian rights activists that took place in several cities on Friday, September 24, 2010. The FBI
By Angela Davis, November 17, 2010 On September 24 the FBI raided homes of 14 activists in movements in solidarity with oppressed workers and peoples of Latin America and Israel/Palestine. I consider