Book Launch: #WeAreMillions

OR Books, the Courage Foundation, and DiEM25 are thrilled to launch our new book WE ARE MILLIONS. The team behind the #WeAreMillions project are joined by contributors Chris Hedges, Angela Richter, and Ben Cohen to discuss the book and the global support for Julian Assange as he fights extradition to the United States.

Panel: Veterans and Intelligence Experts

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The United States has tried and failed to extradite Julian Assange and imprison him for revealing U.S. war crimes. Just last week week, Yahoo! News reported that the CIA and the Trump White House discussed various options for kidnapping or killing Julian Assange in London. This attack on press freedom cannot be ignored. Join Assange […]

NYC: What’s Next for Julian Assange?

People’s Forum 320 West 37th Street, New York, New York, United States
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The Prosecution of Julian Assange: Is the First Amendment at Risk?

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Join the ACS Austin, Bay Area, and San Diego Lawyer Chapters for a discussion on whether the First Amendment compels the government to dismiss its criminal case against Julian Assange. The distinguished panel will discuss the charges against Assange as well as the extradition hearing and appeals, and whether the federal government is jeopardizing fundamental […]

WikiLeaks & War Crimes

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LA Progressive, CodePink, the National Lawyers Guild, ACLU Pasadena/Foothill Chapter and Assange Defense are hosting a webinar on the threat to freedom of the press in a time of war. What is a war of aggression? What is a war crime? What are crimes against humanity? How is the public to know when they occur […]

Journalism Under Attack: Assange Extradition Looms

Busboys & Poets 2021 14th St, NW, Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Julian Assange's father and brother, John and Gabriel Shipton, at Busboys & Poets' 14th & V location, in a discussion moderated by The Intercept and The Hill journalist Ryan Grim.

Press Freedom

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The Case of Julian Assange Short Film Screening followed by Discussion Student Press Freedom Day event examining the legal and political factors surrounding WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

World Press Freedom Day

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Press Freedom, Journalists and Whistleblowers The right to expose the truth and express political dissent is under attack by the U.S. government, as exemplified by the continued persecution of Julian Assange for exposing war crimes, and the recent indictment of members of the Uhuru Movement for "sowing social discord" and furthering so-called "Russian propaganda." AssangeDefense-Chicago, […]

The War on Journalism

All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church 4501 Walnut, Kansas City, Missouri, United States

The Case Against Julian Assange The War on Journalism, a 38-minute documentary film will precede their comments. A Q & A session will follow Featuring: Gabriel Shipton, brother of Assange and film producer of Ithaka, a documentary chronicling their family’s efforts to free Assange, and Halo Benson, a long-time Assange solidarity activist from Tulsa

Revisiting the Case of Julian Assange

Fisher Auditorium | Gannett Hall Missouri School of Journalism Columbia, Missouri, United States

Press freedom? Or espionage? The Missouri School of Journalism will screen “The war on journalism: The case of Julian Assange,” a 40-minute documentary, followed by a panel discussion and audience Q&A. The Panelists will be Gabriel Shipton: Brother of Julian Assange and producer of Ithaka, a movie about their father’s effort to free his son […]