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A project of the Courage Foundation, the U.S. Committee to Defend Julian Assange and Civil Liberties is a national coalition fighting to free WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Comprised of human rights defenders, press freedom advocates, civil liberties lawyers, and supporters across the United States, the Committee organizes public rallies, provides essential resources, and raises awareness about the unprecedented prosecution against Julian Assange and the threat it poses to the freedom of the press around the world.
In supporting journalists’ right to publish, the Committee is upholding the public’s right to know what its government is doing in its name.
The Committee calls for Julian Assange’s immediate release, charges to be dropped, safe passage to the secure location of his choosing, and compensation for the psychological torture and arbitrary detention he has endured.