F.B.I (Great Big Lie) by Silent Bear

Check out this song; "F.B.I (Great Big Lie)" by Silent Bear!

"A song examining the illegal, covert, COINTELPRO, policies of the F.B.I, instituted by J. Edgar Hoover that targeted every minority group in this country. A policy that has led to 36 years of illegal and unjust incarceration for Native American political prisoner, Leonard Peltier. All F.B.I agents take an oath to "protect the constitution of the U.S.A," yet Leonard Peltier remains illegally incarcerated under the guise of over 40 constitutional violations."

Saying No to the FBI: South Bay activists denounce witch hunt

Economics teacher Masao Suzuki was approached at his San Jose home by an FBI agent. He explains why he declined to be questioned.

Peace, union and international solidarity activists in the Midwest received subpoenas to appear before a grand jury. For more information, see

For information on the newly organized South Bay Committee Against Political Repression or to request a Know Your Rights program by the National Lawyers Guild, contact San Jose Peace & Justice Center.

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.
For more information go to

New Song: Hands Off the Movement by Jen Waller with Earthdriver

Jen Waller

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Hands Off The Movement

by Jen Waller with Earthdriver

Video – 'FBI: Don’t spy on us' say Minneapolis activists

Video coverage of a Twin Cities event organized by the Minnesota Committee to Stop FBI Repression on December 21, 2010, where many people came together to request our FBI files under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The goal is to try to find out how broad surveillance and harassment of progressive movements go.

This video shows the speakers at the event.

Meredith Aby Interviewed on FBI Raids Against the Anti-War Movement

Meredith Aby, one of the antiwar activists whose home was raided on Sept. 24, and who received a subpoena, is interviewed in Albany, New York.

Interview with Meredith Aby on FBI raids against anti-war movement

An interview with Meredith Aby of the Twin Cities Anti-War Committee on Dec. 19, 2010 before speaking in Albany, NY. Aby's home was raided by the FBI on 9/24/2010 and she has been subpoenaed before a Grand Jury in  Chicago as part of a witch hunt against the anti-war & international solidarity movement.

Labor Beat: The Right to Remain Active

Activists who were targeted by the Sept. 24 raids are now being re-subpoenaed to try to force them to give testimony against others, as the FBI deepens its McCarthy-like attacks on peace activists in the U.S. Here are speeches at the People's Thanksgiving Dinner on Dec. 4, 2010 and the Emergency Rally to protest FBI harassment of solidarity activists at the Dirksen Federal Building in Chicago on Dec. 6, 2010.

Tracy Molm describes FBI raid

Tracy Molm, a Minneapolis-based Palestine solidarity activist, describes what happened during the recent FBI raid on her apartment in September, its aftermath, and her solidarity work for Palestinians. Her subpoena has now been reactivated by the grand jury in this assault on First Amendment rights of peace activists. Her presentation was made at the Dec. 4, 2010 People's Thanksgiving Dinner in Chicago. For more information on the solidarity campaign:

Video: Seattle Stop FBI repression protest December 2, 2010

Footage from action at noon on Thursday December 2, 2010 to stop FBI harassment of activists.

The action was organized by Seattle United Against FBI Repression outside the FBI office in downtown Seattle.

They issued a People's Subpeona to the FBI to call them to answer for their illegal raids and grand jury.

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