Topic: Silencing dissent

  • El regreso de COINTELPRO

    Nuevas revelaciones demuestran que la represión estatal contra el activismo político de izquierda está lejos de ser una cosa del pasado.

  • COINTELPRO 2.0

    The latest revelations about the Big Brother spy state prove that state repression against left-wing political activism is far from a thing of the past.

  • Declaring war on dissent

    Activists respond to an editorial in the Chicago Tribune declaring that the NATO 3 deserve prison time for protesting.

  • Bring Lynne Stewart home

    Supporters of the unjustly imprisoned radical lawyer are calling for a holiday campaign to win her compassionate release.

  • Big Brother's world tour

    Whistle-blower Edward Snowden has provided the evidence to prove that the U.S. surveillance state knows no boundaries nor borders.

  • A birthday spent in prison

    In a statement to supporters on her 74th birthday, ailing and imprisoned lawyer Lynne Stewart calls for justice.

  • Justice means freeing Lynne

    An outpouring of support will be needed to win compassionate release for civil liberties attorney Lynne Stewart.

  • We stand with Howard Zinn

    Activists are planning to celebrate the life of Howard Zinn--in defiance of Purdue University President Mitch Daniels.

  • Free Chelsea Manning now

    Chelsea Manning is a heroine in the fight to expose the lies of U.S. imperialism--and the struggle against anti-trans discrimination.

  • Trying to intimidate a journalist

    In a new low for the war on civil liberties, the British government detained journalist Glenn Greenwald's partner for hours.

  • Will they let her die in jail?

    A federal judge has refused a plea to release radical lawyer Lynne Stewart from an effective death sentence in prison.

  • They're stealing Bradley Manning's life

    A military judge has found Bradley Manning guilty of almost every charge--but the real crime is locking up someone who exposed U.S. atrocities.

  • Bradley should be free

    Some 200 activists from various cities gathered in Washington, D.C., for a rally in support of whistleblower Bradley Manning.

  • Railroading Bradley Manning

    As a court-martial draws to a close, prosecutors are trying to make sure Bradley Manning will never be free again.

  • Stand up for Bradley Manning

    Demonstrations are being planned worldwide for July 27 to show solidarity with whistleblower Bradley Manning.

  • Resisting the Big Brother state

    The U.S. government has always tried to silence dissent--but the 1960s movements showed that even the most powerful state can be stopped.

  • Speaking out for Lynne

    Supporters of imprisoned radical attorney Lynne Stewart are planning a day of protest in Washington, D.C., and beyond.

  • She must be released now

    Supporters are continuing their fight to win Lynne Stewart's immediate release from prison so she can be treated for cancer.

  • On trial for exposing war crimes

    More than 1,000 people gathered at Fort Meade in Maryland to protest the court-martial of whistleblower Bradley Manning.

  • Why is Bradley Manning still in prison?

    Bradley Manning has exposed war crimes and helped end wars. He deserves our thanks, not more prison time.

  • When will his nightmare end?

    On February 23, Bradley Manning will have spent 1,000 days in a military prison for the "crime" of alerting the public to America's war atrocities.

  • A new threat for Lynne Stewart

    Lawyer Lynne Stewart, incarcerated in federal prison on bogus "terrorism" charges, has learned of a new health problem.

  • The Feds' war against Occupy

    Newly released documents detail how the FBI collaborated with Corporate America to spy on the Occupy movement.

  • An anti-anarchist witch-hunt

    Three anarchist activists in the Pacific Northwest are behind bars for refusing to participate in the Feds' fishing expedition.

  • What the U.S. wants with Assange

    The Pentagon would still be denying war crimes if Julian Assange and WikiLeaks hadn't put us all in the picture.