Saturday, October 31, 2009

NEW YORK events include Free Fahad Campaign, Hearing Dr. Aafia Siddiqui & Tina Foster, Bagram Habeas Litigation



NOTE: Important events NYC concerning detainees including vigil-program with well-Known New York actors to help free Fahad MONDAY eve - then a court hearing for Dr. Aafia Siddiqui Tuesday. See campaign and legal documents on Free Fahad(who has a great three lawyer team) NOTE: Other important events this coming weeks in NYC concerning detainees where lots of legal work has been done to set stage for hearings and coming trials - among the few scheduled inside US (NYC-Manhatten) email contacts for more information at Muslims for Justice dot Com GO: here and Free Fahad dot com Go here Email contacts at these sites for more information.

Wednesday November 4, 7 pm: Talk - Torture and Lies: The Story Of Guantánamo. Followed by Q&A. Talk by ANDY WORTHINGTON at Revolution Books, 146 W. 26th Street, New York. 212-691-3345 Revolution Books, NYC Friday November 6 at 8 PM: Film screening - Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo, Followed by Q&A. Screening at Alwan for the Arts, 16 Beaver Street, 4th Floor, New York. With special guest TINA FOSTER (International Justice Network, Bagram habeas litigation) and moderator Debra Sweet, Director, 646-732-3261.

Beginning Nove 11th-- Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo. Followed by Q&A. Berkeley, California, venue tbc. Phone: 415 864 5153 and staff of USF School of Law. Phone: 510-848-1196 Also dates with British Ambassador to Uzbekistan, Craig Murray, Street Protests & Die-Ins on the evening President Obama announces the plan to expand the occupation of Afghanistan. That's the night the media will be looking for response from the people. Get signs and banners ready. More at: The World Can't Wait...and more details below at earlier notice.

Find quick announcements concerning protests, media, etc. at here and here and for a lawsuit fired against Psychologist Torturer: here

1 comment:

Connie L. Nash said...

Vigil-Program by well-known Theatre Group/Actors Monday 6-7 in front of the federal detention center, Brooklyn Bridge 500 Pearl St. Manhattan. Please Come and offer support. For Fahad...his case will break your heart and shame all of America who's not speaking out.