You are invited to participate in this conference call on the NDAA and indefinite detention. Shahid Bhuttar and Rocky Anderson will speak, and there will be time for questions
You are invited to participate: Indefinite Detention Conference Call, Saturday, March 9
Part of the Justice Party mission is to raise awareness, inspire, organize, and mobilize people of broad diversity in collaborative movement-building in order to realize our Vision of a peaceful nation and world where social, economic, and environmental justice prevail.
The issue of indefinite detention is a clear injustice, which must be righted if we are to retain our constitutionally protected civil liberties. The Bill of Rights Defense Committee has an outstanding record fighting for our rights. The Justice Party invites you to attend:
Indefinite Detention Conference Call
A discussion with Rocky Anderson & Shahid Buttar of BORDC
12:00 PM ET // 11:00 AM CT // 10:00 AM MT // 9:00 AM PT
After you register below, look for an email from us containing the call-in details.
To prepare, please read the following:
Local campaign to restore due process and the right to trial
San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously rejects NDAA
Montana House Votes 97-1 to approve anti-NDAA bill
BORDC works on numerous issues related to the Bill of Rights, including use of body scanners by the TSA. Please see:
EPIC sues over body scanners with Chip Pitts as plaintiff
March 09, 2013 at 12pm – 1pm