Call State Legislators Oct 15-18 to support Clark/Berglin resolution against FBI repression!

On Monday, October 18th, a Special Session will be held at the Minnesota State Capitol.  Representative Karen Clark and Senator Linda Berglin will be introducing resolutions in the House and Senate  to support local anti-war and labor activists and to speak out against the recent FBI  harrassment and intimidation.
Call your Legislators and tell them to sign on to and support the Resolution to Support local Anti-War and Labor Activists and to Disavow FBI Practices and Policies that Threaten Civil Liberties!
Make  your calls Friday Oct 15th through Monday Oct 18th
To find out who your legislator is Call:
For State Representative:  651-296-2146
For State Senator:  651-296-0504
or go to district finder at:

Background info:

The FBI raided on five homes and an anti-war office on Friday, September 24, 2010. The FBI also handed subpoenas to testify before a federal grand jury to nine activists in Minnesota.  The activists in the Twin Cities who have been targeted include 8 women and one man ranging in age from 29 to 71. Four are parents of children ranging in age from 18 months to 6 years of age. One is a great grandmother. Six are union members, five of them members of AFSCME Council 5, which passed a resolution in support of them. All have been involved in building the anti-war, international solidarity and peace and justice movements in the Twin Cities for more than a decade each.

Please thank Rep Clark and Sen Berglin for offering these resolutions!  (Rep Clark 651-296- 0294; Sen Berglin 651-296-4261)
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