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On 17 December 2011, Bradley Manning's 24th birthday, we marched and rallied for Bradley. Where we paused for speeches, Scott Olson was recovered enough to be able to speak a few words, and I show two photos of him here. Although I feel I am being intrusive, it seems I should share his look -- worn but surviving -- with the many people who feel concern for him...and for Bradley Manning, the first day of the military's hearings having been the day before, Friday, 16 December 2011.
I am sure I should not be surprised that there are still some people who don't know who Bradley Manning is, or that there are gay men who did not know he was gay until they read it on the placard I carried on my back:
CLICK ON THE TITLE ABOVE for a continuation of photos of this great show -- as described in "Part ONE of MAKE DRAG NOT WAR" -- sponsored by Veterans for Peace and Iraq Veterans Against the War, and directed by Stephen Funk, the first man to refuse to serve in the U.S. Occupation of Iraq. More of the program will appear later. Also, after viewing the slide show, check out their website: http://veteranartists.org/
Click on title above to see a slide show about:
The man who has constructed a tree house as part of Occupy Oakland has had his tree house pulled down a second time. But, in the meantime, there is an Occupy Raft now in Lake Merritt! Will they sink it?
CLICK ON THE TITLE ABOVE so that you won't miss the first part of this great show, sponsored by Veterans for Peace and Iraq Veterans Against the War, and directed by Stephen Funk, the first man to refuse to serve in the U.S. Occupation of Iraq. More of the program will appear later. Also, after viewing the slide show, check out their website: http://veteranartists.org/