Solidarity Statements

Solidarity Statement from the Guevarist Movement - October 8th

Solidarity Statement from the Guevarist Movement - October 8th, San Salvador, El Salvador, August 2011

The Guevarist Movement – October 8th of El Salvador is in solidarity with the compañeros of the anti-war movement in the United States, who, due to being organized and on the left, are suffering an attack on their rights by the U.S. government. Through its ideological absolutism the government wants to silence the voices of those that speak out for an end to their beligerent policies around the world.

Declaracion de solidaridad del Movimiento Guevarista 8 de Octubre

Declaracion de solidaridad del Movimiento Guevarista 8 de Octubre, San Salvador, El Salvador Agosto del 2011.

El Movimiento Guevarista Ocho de Octubre de El Salvador, se solidariza con los compañeros del movimiento Anti-guerra de los Estados Unidos que en su condición de organización de izquierda está sufriendo un claro atropello de sus derechos por parte del gobierno estadounidense, que mediante su absolutismo ideológico pretende callar las voces que claman por el fin de su política bélica en el mundo.

Resolution by St. Luke Presbyterian Church Group Condemning Government Attacks on Anti- War Activists

St. Luke Presbyterian Church in Minnetonka, Minnesota joins with other peace and justice groups and progressive activists in condemning the September 24, 2010 FBI raids on the homes of 14 peace activists in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and other cities.

Statement of the FMLN Base Committee “José de la Paz Santos" of Santa Tecla, El Salvador Regarding the FBI Raids Against the Anti-War Movement in the United States

The FMLN Base Committee "José de la Paz Santos" expresses its unconditional support for our compañeros of the Anti-War Committee in the face of FBI raids. We condemn the pursuit and harassment of the peace movement.

Pronunciamiento del Comité de Base del FMLN "José de la Paz Santos" de Santa Tecla, El Salvador ante las redadas del FBI contra el Movimiento Anti-guerra en Estados Unidos de Norteamérica

El comité del FMLN "José de la Paz Santos" expresa su apoyo incondicional a nuestro compañeros del comité anti-guerra ante las redadas por parte del FBI, así también condenamos el acoso y el hostigamiento contra el movimiento pacifista.

Statement in Solidarity with Carlos Montes

The MN Anti-War Committee strongly condemns the early morning raid on May 17th by the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department SWAT team and members of the FBI on the home of immigrant rights leader Carlos Montes. Carlos is a long-time activist in the Chicano movement, a leader in the Southern California Immigration Coalition and in Latinos Against War. Although he is best known as a leader in Chicano liberation and immigrant rights struggles, we also know Carlos for his commitment to anti-imperialist and international solidarity work, in particular with Colombia.

United Students Against Sweatshops solidarity statement

On September 24, 2010, the FBI invaded and raided the homes and offices of anti-war and union activists in Illinois, Michigan, North Carolina, and Minnesota, confiscating computer files, mailing lists, cell phones, passports, political literature, and correspondence. The FBI then served subpoenas to 14 people to testify before a federal grand jury regarding “terrorism”.

Solidarity statement from Socialist Action

February 16, 2011

Dear Friends at the Committee to Stop FBI Repression,

We are pleased to contribute $500 toward your courageous defense efforts. Our enclosed check for this amount was pledged at your Feb. 12, 2011 Oakland, CA Humanist Hall event.

We were proud to be there and appreciated the opportunity to express our unconditional solidarity.

UE Solidarity Statement: On Recent Attacks on Civil Liberties

GEB Statement on Recent Attacks on Civil Liberties

On September 24, 2010, the FBI carried out coordinated raids on the homes and offices of fourteen anti-war activists in Minnesota, Illinois and Michigan. During the raids, the FBI confiscated everything from computers and mailing lists to children's drawings and photos of Martin Luther King.

USLAW Condemns Raids on Activists' Homes as "Criminalization of Dissent"

USLAW Steering Committee
September 29th, 2010

On Friday, September 24th the FBI raided homes in Chicago, Minneapolis, Michigan and North Carolina, with the justification that peace and international solidarity activists who resided in them were providing "material support to foreign terrorist organizations".

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