Pledge to resist FBI, Grand Jury repression

Protest against Grand Jury repression in Chicago on January 25

Actions planned if anti-war and international solidarity activists are called to Grand Jury or indicted

23 anti-war and international solidarity activists have been subpoenaed to appear in front of a Grand Jury in Chicago, headed by U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald. They have done nothing wrong. They have educated and organized against U.S. wars around the world. And they have stood in solidarity with the peoples of Palestine and Colombia.

All 23 of the targeted activists said that they will not cooperate with this witch hunt against the movements so many of us have worked to build. The U.S. attorney is working to put these activists in prison. Whether some of them are indicted, or others are jailed for refusing to testify, the threat is very real.

We pledge:

  • We will carry forward the fight for our right to speak out, organize and to stand in solidarity with those who want freedom;
  • We will stand up to any escalation of the attacks on anti-war and international solidarity activists;
  • We will join the national day of protest when anti-war and international solidarity activists are ordered to appear in front of the Chicago Grand Jury or indicted.

Anti-war and international solidarity activism is not a crime!

Sign the pledge!

(You can also download a print copy of the pledge here) [En Español]

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