This weeks actions will focus on getting different organizations making statements about Julian Assange and the threat to global press freedom that his case represents. We will also be continuing to contact labor organizations in the United States in an attempt to build solidarity with workers and organizers across the country.
Asking Organizations To Join The Action!
Often times organizations are willing to respond to public pressure, and providing them with updated information, link to statements from other groups, and information from the UN.
Alliance For Justice www.AFJ.org
(202) 822-6070 / (415) 408-5673 / (213) 346-3288 / (214) 530-9144
Institute For Free Speech www.ifs.org
(202) 301-3300 / (202) 301-9200 / (202) 301-9100 / (202) 301-9900
Email; LWachob@ifs.org / AKroll@ifs.org / MNese@ifs.org
Black Youth Project 100 www.byp100.org
Email; email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Transgender Law Center transgenderlawcenter.org
510-587-9696 / 510-587-9672
RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) www.rainn.org
firstname.lastname@example.org / AndreaP@rainn.org / Comment Submission
Contacting the IBEW
As part of our continuing outreach to different members of organized labor, we are randomly selecting different local and state branches of the IBEW about Julian’s situation. Please, as always, be polite when you are contacting different people and dont take any differences in opinions personally.
Seventh District Representative
Steven Speer (817) 557-1611 / IVPD_07@IBEW.org
Local Chapter 33
Anna Lascurain (732) 299-6212 / email@example.com
Ninth District Representative
John O’Rourke (415) 398-2202 / IVPD_09@IBEW.org
Local Chapter 214
Wayne Licastro (815) 243-1404 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Local Chapter 1383
Ryan Northcraft (410) 636-3891
Eleventh District Representative
Mark Hager (816) 358-4632 / IVPD_11@IBEW.org
Pushing Back Against The State
Local Government Education About Facial Recognition
Contact your local mayor, sheriff, police chief, and councilfolk about dangers of facial recognition and the ways others communities have banned it. Often times providing examples of other cities that banned facial recognition shows them how it can be done for them locally.
You can share these articles and resources with them:
That’s try to get a member of the House to speak up in favor of Julian Assange. This week we are going to contacting 4 different House members.
1 Rashida Tlaib
313-203-7540 Twitter Facebook
2 Thomas Massie
859-426-0080 Twitter Facebook
3 Marcia Fudge
330-835-4758 Twitter Facebook
4 Jim Jordan
419-663-1426 Twitter Facebook
Supporting Targets and Journalists
Please donate if possible, if not please share their fundraiser links across social media!
Elizabeth Mueller – Anti-TPP Activist/Organizer
@LizActivate on Twitter
David McBride – Australian Whistleblower
@MurdochCadell on Twitter
Suzie Dawson – New Zealand Journalist and Activist
@Suzi3D on Twitter
Jason Bermas – Activist and Journalist
@JasonBermas on Twitter
Chelsea Manning – Hero and Whistleblower
@xychelsea on Twitter