Amnesty International Lecture on Bradley Manning

City: Boston

State and Country: Massachusetts, USA

Event description: Boston University’s Amnesty International Chapter will be hosting an event about the US soldier, Bradley Manning, who allegedly leaked classified documents to Wikileaks.
Manning is currently being held under conditions many have deemed solitary confinement. He has been required to stay in his cell for 23 hours a day with no blanket or pillow and is not allowed to exercise in the confines of his cell. Recently, Manning has been forced to strip naked and give up his clothes for the duration of the night.
The soldier Pfc. Bradley Manning’s close friend and regular visitor, David House, and psychologist and activist Dr. Stephen Soldz will discuss the current conditions of Manning’s detainment.
Dr. Stephen Soldz, a professor at the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis and the founder of Psychoanalysts for Peace and Justice, will be speaking. Dr. Soldz has been featured on Democracy Now! and other news media as an outspoken critic of torture.

Date: Wednesday, March 23

Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Location: Boston University College of General Studies Room 505, 871 Comm Ave

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