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In addition to the annual peace flag raising, we’re call on the Marines to throw down their weapons and dessert with us.
Tamar Ze’evi, who at the age of 19 refused to serve in the Israeli military. She was recently jailed for 115 days.
Please sign today: “We ask the Department of Justice to allow the defense access to all of the evidence and relevant documents necessary for a fair trial.”
The first meaningful opportunity for a national debate about the draft in decades, but why now?
Edward Hasbrouck on the new federal commission reviewing preparations for the draft.
Whistleblower Reality Winner’s family talk about what it’s like trying to support their loved one during her Orwellian incarceration.
Courage to Resist’s Jeff Paterson in discussion with Paul George of the Peninsula Peace and Justice Center.
Your October 2017 PDF newsletter includes stories about whistleblower Reality Leigh Winner, boot camp hazing, how Donald Trump & friends avoided the Vietnam War draft, and how together we freed Chelsea Manning.
Like Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden, she’s a courageous whistleblower who gave the media info clearly of public interest.
New “Stand with Reality” awareness campaign to fund legal defense for alleged election interference whistleblower.
Billie Winner-Davis is the mother of NSA contractor, and alleged whistleblower, Reality Leigh Winner. In this podcast, she shares her fears for her family as Trump’s Justice Dept. takes aim at her daughter.
This Forth of July, Reality Winner sits behind bars for allegedly acting upon her commitment to stand up for a government free from tyranny.
Emma Cape was the Campaign Manager of the Chelsea Manning Support Network. In this podcast, she shares her experiences over years working with Chelsea and building a campaign that would lead to her release from prison.
By Jeff Paterson. Toby Keith serenades Saudi royalty in support of Trump, Ted Nugent on how to avoid the draft, and more!
David Gespass provides an update on the US military’s internal “policies on dissent” for the NLG’s Military Law Task Force.
Chelsea shares her first portrait photo, while supporters gather worldwide to celebrate her hard won freedom.
“After another anxious four months of waiting, the day has finally arrived. I am looking forward to so much! … exciting, awkward, fun, and all new for me.”
Organizers of the former Chelsea Manning Support Network describe how the fight to win Chelsea’s freedom was won, and share their reactions to this amazing victory.
In this podcast, lead court martial defense attorney for Chelsea Manning, David Coombs, reflects on the case, working with the Support Network, and her release this week.
On Wednesday, May 17, Chelsea Manning will walk out of Fort Leavenworth military prison a free person. She has served seven years behind bars, more than any whistle-blower in American history.
In our new podcast, Internet privacy advocate, and Chelsea Manning Support Network co-founder, Rainey Reitman talks about helping launch a movement that would eventually free an American political prisoner and hero.
Chelsea Manning: “Freedom used to be something that I dreamed of but never allowed myself to fully imagine…. I am forever grateful to the people who kept me alive, President Obama, my legal team and countless supporters.”
In the Washington Post this week (May 3, 2017), journalist Dan Lamothe exposes the horrifying hazing of young recruits.
For anyone interested in military law as it pertains to war resisters, “On Watch” is a must read.