The hashtag #CloversForAssange was created last year as a way to galvanize support for award-winning journalist, publisher, torture victim, and political prisoner, Julian Assange. The hashtag went viral, and now the clover has become a way for supporters to recognize each other internationally.
Action4Assange is taking this concept peacefully into the physical space for our Saint Patrick’s Day #CloversForAssange protest March in Washington, DC! You can find a full list of sister events on www.CloversForAssange.com
We are honored to be working in solidarity with The Convo Couch who are hosting the #FuckCensorship peaceful assemblies and marches from CNN to NPR to Google.
First Day of Peaceful Events (St Patrick’s Day)
Join Us! 3/17 @ Noon outside Fox News 400 North Capitol St NW
First Peaceful Assembly – Fox News; 400 North Capitol St NW, Washington, DC 20001
March to the offices CNN up North Capitol St NE
Second Peaceful Assembly – CNN; 820 First St NE, Washington, DC 20001
Begins alongside #CloversForAssange at CNN; 820 First St NE, Washington, DC 20001
March to NPR further up North Capital St NE
Third Peaceful Assembly – NPR; 1111 North Capitol St NE, Washington, DC 20002
March to Google down North Capital St NW and a Right
Fourth Peaceful Assembly – Google; 25 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001
Second Day of Peaceful Events
At the current time, the peaceful assembly on March 18th is scheduled to take place outside of the Department of Justice at Noon
950 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20530
BYOP – Be Your Own Protest! #CloversForAssange
We are encouraging supporters who cannot attend the DC actions to host their own #CloversForAssange, or related events, on March 17th a/o 18th. If you are interested in organizing your own events, please contact us for support and promotion on Twitter or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can support these actions currently by using our GoGetFunding. Thank you so much for sharing these events and for the support which makes this all possible.