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Video: Life Under Drones Discussion at Drone Conference

Madiha Tahir, Journalist, Filmmaker, Wounds of Waziristan
Christopher Rogers - The Open Society Foundations
Wazhmah Osman, Temple University

Moderator: Tara McKelvey - BBC News
DARC is a multidisciplinary conference about Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and drones—with an emphasis on civilian applications presented by the Engelberg Center at NYU Law in partnership with the Macarthur Foundation, the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University, and the Information Society Project at Yale Law School. See

Banner Drop at the Met in NYC

A group of young artists and lawyers for The Blue Lantern Group dropped a banner inside the Met in New York City. There are currently 164 men, 84 that are cleared for release and 14 men entering the 9th month of a hunger strike, all of whom are being force-fed.

The following mic check was presented:
We hope you're enjoying this beautiful art and culture.
Tragically, America also has a culture of torture at Guantanamo Bay.
164 men are detained without end, most have never been charged with a crime.
The torture continues here in US prisons, where 80,000 people waste away in solitary confinement.
Brothers and sisters are torture in our name.
Let's unite to demand justice now!
Thank you for your time, and please join us in the struggle for human rights.

We who believe in Freedom can not rest,
We who believe in Freedom can not rest until it comes!
We gotta' close Guantanamo today,
We gotta' close Guantanamo today, stop torture now!

Chicago Press Conference Against War on Syria

CANTV | September 11, 2013

Noted Chicago voices of conscience Bob Bossie, Ted Jennings, Kathy Kelly and Mario Venegas provided powerful exposure of the long history of US interventions, the horrible human toll they have taken, and our responsibility here to do all we can to stop this latest one.

Release Bradley Manning, Whistleblower

Bradley Manning Support Network | August 22, 2013

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The Manning Trial, Secrecy & Solitary Confinement

Susan Modaress | July 12, 2013


Left Forum Panel Discussion on Guantanamo

June 8, 2013

Eleven years since the building of the US prison at Guantánamo, and nine years after disclosures of prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib, US policy has settled into de facto indefinite detention of thousands. Thousands are held without the right to habeas corpus in the former US prison at Bagram, Afghanistan and rendition to countries that torture has not ended. Prisoners in Guantánamo began a hunger strike 123 days ago in desperation as no one has left since 2010 except in a coffin, forcing Obama to claim, again, that he “wants” to close the prison, but with no timetable. The provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 are still in force, despite court challenges, allowing the president to order US citizens and others who are "part of or substantially supported al Queda, the Taliban or associated forces that are engaged in hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners" and anyone who commits a "belligerent act" against the US to be held indefinitely without charge. Features a multi-media presentation with slide show of art against torture. Debra Sweet - World Can't Wait, Jeremy Varon - Witness Against Torture, Golnaz Fakhimi - International Justice Network


World Can't Wait mobilizes people living in the United States to stand up and stop war on the world, repression and torture carried out by the US government. We take action, regardless of which political party holds power, to expose the crimes of our government, from war crimes to systematic mass incarceration, and to put humanity and the planet first.