Sep. 24: Protest on 2nd Anniversary of FBI Raids on Anti-War Activists





Stop FBI Repression!
2nd Anniversary of the FBI Raids on Anti-War Activists in our Community

Monday, September 24th
4:30 pm
Minneapolis Federal Building
4th St. & 4th Ave., downtown Minneapolis

On September 24th, 2010, activists in Minneapolis and other parts of the Midwest were raided and subpoenaed by the FBI to a secret grand jury investigating “material support for terrorism.” Today, 23 Midwest anti-war and international solidarity activists continue to resist this grand jury, refusing to testify against their fellow activists and the movements they organize in. The prosecutor says he is pursuing multiple indictments, but we know that solidarity is NOT a crime! Two years after the raids on activists’ homes and offices, let’s stand together to demand this bogus investigation be brought to an end.

Organized by the MN Committee to Stop FBI Repression

Endorsed by:

American Muslims for Palestine – Minnesota
AFSCME Local 3800
Anti-War Committee
Communities United Against Police Brutality
Clyde Bellecourt, National Director of AIM Grand Governing Council
General Defense Committee of the IWW, Local 14
International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network
International Workers of the World (IWW)
Joe Callahan Support Committee
Kieran Knutson, CWA Local 7250 Area Vice President
Military Families Speak Out
MN Immigrant Rights Action Committee
MN Iraq Vets Against War
MN Peace Action Coalition
Occupy Mpls All Committee Meeting
Occupy Mpls Events Committee
National Lawyers Guild – Minnesota Chapter
Socialist Action
Socialist Alternative
U of M Students for a Democratic Society
U of M Women’s Student Activist Collective
Twin Cities Peace Campaign
Vets for Peace
Welfare Rights Committee
Women Against Military Madness

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