Sunday, August 1, 2010

Just Receive: WCW Wikileaks Webcast - 3:30pm Sunday 8/1

WCW Logo w DSweet

Wikileaks Webcast: Sunday 3:30pm -

Participate OnLine or

Come and See WebCast at Revolution Books Today

Sunday August 1 we're bringing people together in NYC, and on the web, to talk about how the antiwar movement should respond to the revelations. What do they show? What implications for our movement to stop the occupations?

SUNDAY August 1

4:30 pm to 6:30 pm EST


Email questions now or during the webcast:

or call 866 973 4463

Please join in and be part of the live discussion!


    • Dahr Jamail, journalist, author of "Beyond the Green Zone"
    • Cindy Sheehan, antiwar leader, author, Director, Peace of the Action
    • Josh Stieber, Army veteran of Bravo Company 2-16
    • Matthis Chiroux, Army veteran, Iraq war resister
    • Mike Ferner, President, Veterans for Peace
    • Ray McGovern, former CIA Agent, Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity
    • Jeff Paterson, Courgage to Resist, spokesperson for Bradley Manning Support Comm
    • Elaine Brower, military mother, World Can't Wait
    • Debra Sweet, Director, World Can't Wait

Bradley Manning, being held by the US military, has been charged with leaking the Collateral Murder video. There is lots of press speculation he will be charged with the latest leaks also. We want to stress that, given Manning is being held without access to the outside world -- he was just moved from Kuwait to Quantico VA last week -- we, nor anyone else knows what person or persons may have leaked any classified secret information.

But check this out in the Telegraph UK July 30:

"Admiral Mike Mullen, the chairman of the US military's Joint Chiefs of Staff, said the leakers 'might already have on their hands the blood of some young soldier or that of an Afghan family' because, he said, the leaked documents included the names of Afghan informants."

Wait -- who has the blood of some young soldier or that of an Afghan family on their hands?

Debra Sweet, Director, The World Can't Wait


Weekend of August 7-8

We are sending this message at the request of the

Prisoners Revolutionary Literature Fund (PRLF).1 dead in the attic

There will be major fundraising efforts for Prisoners Revolutionary Literature Fund the weekend of August 7-8. These include a PRLF phone-a-thon on August 7 and a segment for PRLF in a web-a-thon for the Campaign "The Revolution We Need: The Leadership We Have" on August 8. The PRLF portion will feature powerful readings of letters from prisoners, some you can see now on youtube at prlfvideos. The goal is to raise $3,500, funds that are urgently needed to renew existing Revolution newspaper subscriptions to prisoners and to fulfill hundreds of requests for subs on a waiting list.


1103 N. Ashland Ave.
Chicago, IL 60622
Go to Chicago Revolution Books blog for upcoming events.
Wed-Sat: Noon-7pm Sun: Noon-5pm

Donate and Keep the Doors Open at Revolution Books
If You Haven't Donated, the Time is Now!
Click below to make a contribution via PayPal.
Join the Friends of Revolution Books today.

No comments:

Like us on Facebook