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BY staff | Seattle, WA | 10/26/10
The newly formed Seattle United Against FBI Repression organized a protest to coincide with the visit of President Obama, Sept. 21.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/25/10
On Oct. 23, anti-war and free speech activists made their presence felt outside of President Obama's speech at the University of Minnesota. A group of activists held banners on University Avenue, while others handed out more than 6000 flyers and got hundreds of signatures on postcards calling on President Obama to stop the FBI and Grand Jury attacks on the anti-war movement.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 10/24/10
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from Freedom Road Socialist Organization condemning the FBI raids and Grand Jury witch hunt.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/20/10
Over 150 people lined the sidewalks here Oct. 16 with protest signs and banners calling for an end to the war Oct. 16, the ninth anniversary of the U.S. war in Afghanistan. The Minneapolis event was held in solidarity with other anti-war events in cities across the U.S. Oct. 7-16 to call for an end to the war in Afghanistan. Peace groups have been holding vigils, rallies and other activities to speak out against the war.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/20/10
A growing number of trade unions are taking a stand against the recent FBI raids and grand jury witch hunt against anti-war, international solidarity and labor activists. Ten of the 14 people subpoenaed are trade unionists who have been active members of AFSCME, SEIU, Teamsters, and Education MN.
BY Doug Michel | Chicago, IL | 10/19/10
Over 1000 rallied and marched here at a regional anti-war demonstration Oct. 16. Protesters called for an end to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, an end to U.S. foreign aid to Israel and an end to FBI repression against anti-war and international solidarity activists.
BY Linden Gawboy | Saint Paul, MN | 10/19/10
The Minnesota legislature met in a ‘special session’ here, Oct. 18, to deal with flood relief for the southern part of the state. Although the special session lasted less than three hours, 62 legislators, including members of the leadership of the State House and Senate, signed a “Dear Colleague” letter to support their constituents and others who were targeted by the September 24 FBI raids.
BY staff | Duluth, MN | 10/19/10
On Oct. 14, delegates to the 17,000-member Duluth AFL-CIO Central Labor Body unanimously adopted a resolution of support for Midwest anti-war activists facing FBI and Department of Justice harassment.
BY Bernardine Dohrn | United States | 10/11/10
I was subpoenaed to a federal grand jury in May of 1982 in New York City. It has left me as something of a specialist in an arcane, secretive and obsolete area of the law - one that has just reappeared with FBI raids, seizures of private papers, computers and subpoenas to compel testimony in Chicago, Minneapolis and other cities across the country.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/10/10
FBI agents continued their campaign against anti-war activists in the Twin Cities on Oct. 8. Jennie Eisert, a member of the Anti-War Committee said, "FBI agents came to my work and wanted to talk to me about activists in the anti-war movement. I was called away from my desk and when I refused to talk to them, they tried to turn me against my friends and fellow activists."
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