Solidarity Statements

The Committee to Stop FBI Repression sends greetings to 2nd National Congress of AnakBayan USA

The Committee to Stop FBI Repression sends greetings to 2nd National Congress of AnakBayan USA

When the FBI raided the homes of anti-war and international solidarity activists in 2010, among  our first supporters was Bayan, speaking for the Philippines’ national democratic movement in the U.S. Since the founding of AnakBayan, you have continued the solidarity, first in defense of Carlos Montes, long time Chicano activist in East Los Angeles; and then the campaign for justice for Rasmea Odeh, the Palestinian activist in Chicago.

Letter to Eric Holder and Gary Shapiro

Letter to Holder and Shapiro.pdf

Eric Holder, Attorney General United States of America
Gary Shapiro, Acting U.S. Attorney Northern District of Illinois

September 20th, 2012

Dear Sirs,

We, the undersigned, are a group of elected officials, educators, and labor, community and religious activists. Each, in our own way, have been involved for many years in the fight for human rights and equality for people of the United States and throughout the world.

Please sign the Solidarity Statement: Speak out against FBI raids & Grand Jury repression in Oregon and Washington

The Committee to Stop FBI Repression is circulating the following statement on FBI raids and grand jury repression in Portland, Oregon and in Olympia & Seattle in Washington. We urge all progressive organizations to sign on to this statement. To add your group’s name to the solidarity statement, please send an email to:nopoliticalrepression@gmail.com.

“American Civil Liberties” resolution of the General Convention of the Episcopal Church

The Committee to Stop FBI Repression (CSFR) is circulating the following:

“American Civil Liberties” resolution of the General Convention of the Episcopal Church.  

RESOLUTION

The Women's Student Activist Collective at the University of Minnesota in Solidarity with Carlos Montes

The Women's Student Activist Collective at the University of Minnesota strongly condemns the FBI and Los Angeles County Sheriff department’s violent raid of Chicano activist Carlos Montes. We stand in solidarity with Montes and all activists targeted in the ongoing investigation of anti-war and international solidarity activists.

Milwaukee SDS Stands in Solidarity with Carlos Montes

The Milwaukee chapter of Students for a Democratic Society has resolved to denounce the continued repression of Chicano activist, Carlos Montes by the FBI. On March 2nd, Carlos Montes’ lawyer made discovery motions on how FBI special agent Matt Weber worked with L.A. Sheriff Detective Don Lord and the Joint Terrorism Task Force in this frame-up attempt. SDS has and will continue to stand in solidarity with Carlos Montes as he struggles against government repression.

Solidarity from Lake Forest Friends Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)

Lake Forest Friends Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) stands in support of the 23 activists in their non-violent peace work who are currently under investigation for exercising their constitutionally protected rights to dissent from United States policies in the Middle East and elsewhere. Specifically, we support those people who have been the target of FBI raids and have been issued subpoenas to testify before a federal grand jury because of anti-war activities or support of populations considered terrorists. We feel the investigations are unjustified.

Solidarity from State Association of Mexican American Educators (AMAE)

March 12, 2012

Dear Carlos Montes,

The People’s Organization for Progress roundly condemns the FBI’s attack on long time peace activist Carlos Montes!

THE PEOPLES ORGANIZATION FOR PROGRESS
PO BOX 22505
NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 07101-2505

San Francisco Labor Council Resolution - Adopted Feb. 27, 2012 by unanimous vote

Oppose City of San Francisco’s Cooperation with FBI and ICE Racial or Religious Profiling and Surveillance

 

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