Free Bradley Manning! Solidarity Chalkupy and Jail Mail
This Saturday, February 23rd, will mark the 1,000th day in prison without trial for US Army PFC Bradley Manning, accused of releasing classified military documents to Wikileaks.
If you’re in New Orleans, you can join Occupy NOLA and show solidarity with Bradley Manning! Meet in Fortier Park around 2pm to go on a Chalkupy excursion to chalk messages in support of Manning on sidewalks. Paper, envelopes, and stamps will be provided to write letters to Manning.
If it rains, the time might be delayed, so but we’ll post the information here and from our Twitter @OccupyNOLA2013.
Bring water, signs, a snack, sidewalk chalk, but most importantly yourself.
Email [email protected] for details or follow @OccupyNOLA2013 on Twitter.
Bradley Edward Manning is a United States Army soldier who was arrested in May 2010 in Iraq on suspicion of having passed classified material to the website WikiLeaks.
If you can’t make it, you can sign Daniel Ellsberg’s petition to free Bradley Manning.
You can write to Bradley at the following address, but be sure to read the details about what he is allowed to receive:
Commander, HHC USAG
Attn: PFC Bradley Manning
239 Sheridan Ave, Bldg 417
JBM-HH, VA 22211
Please see Bradley Manning Support Network for more details about Manning.
When: 02/23/2013, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Esplanade at Grand Route Saint John