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All Who Oppose Gitmo & Torture: Bay Area Rally

This Friday at 12:30 we're going to deliver a letter of concern to Dean Chemerinsky making him aware of the community's opposition to John Yoo's complicity in torture and asking him to take action to protect UC Berkeley law students from Yoo's toxic theories and criminal actions.

Meet up in front of the Berkeley Law School, rain or shine!

Prisoners started arriving at Guantanamo on Friday, Jan. 11 2002. This Friday, on the 17th Anniversary of Guantanamo Prison, CODEPINK and allies will hold a rally and press conference at UC Law School to call for closing Gitmo and prosecution of John Yoo for torture. 

Gitmo now holds 40 men, including 5 who have long been cleared for release, and it continues to be a moral stain on our nation as well as enormously expensive. "Maintaining the prison at Guantánamo has cost the American taxpayer $4.8 billion since it opened in 2002, and an average of $454 million every year for the last five years." ACLU, 2017. 

Join us to speak out against this injustice! 

 

WHEN

January 11, 2019 at 12:30pm - 1:30pm

WHERE

UC Berkeley Law School
2778 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA 94704, United States,

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CONTACT

Cynthia ·

Can we count you in?

Add to Calendar 11-01-2019 12:30:00 11-01-2019 13:30:00 America/Los_Angeles All Who Oppose Gitmo & Torture: Bay Area Rally This Friday at 12:30 we're going to deliver a letter of concern to Dean Chemerinsky making him aware of the community's opposition to John Yoo's complicity in torture and asking him to take action to protect UC Berkeley law students from Yoo's toxic theories and criminal actions. Meet up in front of the Berkeley Law School, rain or shine! Prisoners started arriving at Guantanamo on Friday, Jan. 11 2002. This Friday, on the 17th Anniversary of Guantanamo Prison, CODEPINK and allies will hold a rally and press conference at UC Law School to call for closing Gitmo and prosecution of John Yoo for torture.  Gitmo now holds 40 men, including 5 who have long been cleared for release, and it continues to be a moral stain on our nation as well as enormously expensive. "Maintaining the prison at Guantánamo has cost the American taxpayer $4.8 billion since it opened in 2002, and an average of $454 million every year for the last five years." ACLU, 2017.  Join us to speak out against this injustice!    2778 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA 94704, United States Cynthia cynthia_papermaster@yahoo.com

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