Stop FBI Repression of Anti War/Union Activists

This flyer was developed to take to labor rallies about our case. 500 of them were distributed at the We Are One rally in Chicago.

Interview with Joe Iosbaker | WRFG Atlanta

Tuesday, Jan 4, 2011
WRFG 89.3FM Labor Forum Program with Dianne Mathiowetz

Interview with Joe Iosbaker, employee of the University of Illinois and a steward for SEIU Local 73 whose home in Chicago was raided by FBI agents on Friday September 24, 2010.

PROTEST on Tuesday Jan. 25, 2011
Show your solidarity with the nine newly subpoenaed activists who are being called before a grand jury in Chicago on January 25.
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SEIU Illinois State Council Resolution Condemning FBI Repression


Note: This statement dates from November, so there is no mention of the nine new subpoenas or the three original subpoenas which were reactivated.


SEIU Illinois State Council


MGAA-AFT Local 2169 Solidarity Statement Condemning FBI Raids


To All Whom It Concerns:

Whereas, on September 24, 2010, the FBI raided the homes and offices of anti-war, international solidarity and trade union activists in Minnesota, Illinois and Michigan and served subpoenas to 14 people to testify before a federal grand jury regarding their anti-war and international solidarity efforts; and

Whereas, 10 of the 14 people subpoenaed are union members in good standing with a long history of activism and leadership within their unions and their local labor communities; and

Labor activist Sandra Koritz speaks out against FBI raids

Sandra Koritz, co-chair of North Carolina's Jobs with Justice Triad Area chapter, speaks against the FBi raids on antiwar and trade union activists. Recorded at the 2010 School of the Americas protest.

Labor Activist Martha Grevatt in Solidarity with Victims of FBI Repression

Martha Grevatt of UAW Local 869 speaks in solidarity with the Committee to Stop FBI Repression. Recorded after the labor caucus meeting at the 2010 School of the Americas protest.

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