“Thank you, truly, for your unwavering love and support during this entire ordeal. You enabled Chelsea to maintain her principled stance by providing her with the best legal defense team possible,” shared Team Chelsea earlier this week.
“Chelsea was released on March 12, 2020. She has been resting and trying to recover from being held in jail for almost a full year for resisting a grand jury subpoena … Chelsea has been taking some time to rest and recover, and is not planning any public appearances for the foreseeable future. She is staying indoors and safe and is hoping you do the same.”
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Follow Chelsea on Twitter @xychelsea (Twitter photo: Chelsea (left) with Janus Rose, in Brooklyn, New York, on April 21, 2020.)
To donate towards Chelsea living expenses during her transition to freedom, contribute here to her GoFundMe effort.
To write Chelsea directly via snail mail, her mailbox is:
Chelsea Manning c/o Queerious Labs
3542 Fruitvale Ave, #124
Oakland, CA 94602
Make sure the top line says “Chelsea Manning c/o Queerious Labs”
Our community has stepped up to cover Chelsea’s fines. We’re at $255,000 of the $265,000 goal, in just 24 hours!
“I object to the use of grand juries … to frighten journalists and publishers, who serve a crucial public good.”
“Nothing that will convince me to testify before this or any other grand jury for that matter.” – Chelsea Manning
Jailed for refusing to collaborate with the WikiLeaks grand jury, Chelsea declared “I will not comply with this, or any other grand jury.”
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.
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.