This message is from the Kimberly Rivera Support Committee. Dear friends, We are writing to you on behalf of Kimberly Rivera, an Iraq War resister. Kimberly, from Mesquite, Texas, deployed to Iraq in 2006. After several months, she found that she…Read More »
An article was published in the November 18, 2011 issue of Army Times, Navy Times, et. al. (Gannett-owned publications that serve the military community) that highlighted how off-duty servicemembers and veterans are participating in the Occupy movement across the country. ‘Occupy’ protests…Read More »
SAN FRANCISCO – On November 15, a workshop will be held on servicemembers’ right to protest and related issues. Sponsored by Bay Area Military Law Panel of the National Lawyers Guild, Iraq Veterans Against the War, Veterans for Peace, the GI Rights Hotline – SF, Courage to Resist, and Swords to Plowshares. Panelists will include Steve Collier, Teresa Panepinto, Rai Sue Sussman, and Jane Kaplan will serve as moderator.
Download this brochure to read, print, distribute (PDF). The National Lawyers Guild has endorsed the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City and thousands of cities world-wide and offered legal support. Members of the US military have joined the OWS protests…Read More »
LINKS Watada Stay Order (issued 10/5/07) http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/dayart/pdf/Watada_Stay_Order.pdf More legal documents and some analysis http://www.ufppc.org/content/view/6718/ Thank You Lieutenant Watada ! www.thankyoult.org View Lt. Watada’s Historic Speech to the 2006 Veterans for Peace Convention http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wj0hI4OyF3A. ARTICLES Watada court-martial stopped http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/334509_watada06.html By MIKE BARBER P-I…Read More »
Our Memos library is currently being revamped. This page is provided to offer links to existing documents, some of which may be outdated and in the process of revision. If you have questions, please contact us. Most recent memos: The following…Read More »
You are an active duty GI and you want to know if you can participate in anti-war demonstrations. You figure that you have Constitutional rights to protest, to speak freely, to go to demonstrations when not representing yourself as a soldier in…Read More »