Join the No Separate Justice Campaign on the first Monday of every month for a vigil at Metropolitan Correctional Center in Lower Manhattan.
DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS, OUR NEXT VIGIL HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL MONDAY, MARCH 10. Please join us at 6 PM at MCC, 150 Park Row. Bring a flashlight or a candle.
Post-9/11 federal cases tend to command the worst of the American media, resulting in the vast majority of Americans knowing about these cases simply by the gimicky names the media has attached to them–“the dirty bomber” or “the underwear bomber”–in
A list in-progress of domestic “war on terror” cases involving civil and human rights abuses. To suggest additions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Ahmed Abu Ali Amina Farah Ali / Hawo Mohamed Hassan Fahad Hashmi Fort Dix Five / Duka Brothers Holy Land Case
From Solitary Watch, by Aviva Stahl, January 13, 2013: This past weekend, activists across the country and around the world marked the 12th anniversary of the arrival of the first prisoners to the U.S. military detention center at Guantanamo Bay.
From Democracy Now!, January 2, 2014: The civil rights attorney Lynne Stewart has returned home from prison after a federal judge ordered her compassionate release. Stewart is 74 years old and dying from late-stage breast cancer. Viewed by supporters as