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United Public Workers for Action call public meeting – “The Attack On Julian Assange, Journalists, Democratic Rights, Labor & Imperialist War”

The California based United Public Workers for Action (UPWA) have called an important public meeting to hold a forum to discuss the persecution of Julian Assange in the broader framework of the attack on free speech and democratic rights more generally. Classoncious.org fully endorses this meeting, and encourage the widest possible attendance where possible. We […]

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Protests for Julian held in 16 cities! Join the next global protests to turn up the heat on the U.S. – November 4th.

With the call to TURN up the HEAT on the US Government – small but spirited protests occurred at only two weeks notice in 16 cities and across 5 continents on August 26th! The list included ; Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Canberra, Kathmandu, Ljubljana, Los Angeles, Melbourne, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Rio de Janeiro, Sydney, Toronto, […]

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Protest NOW to defend Julian Assange! – Sunday 26th August

Protest NOW to defend Julian Assange! Turn up the Heat on the U.S. Government!  Sunday 26th August at 12PM at  U.S. Embassies, U.S. Consulates and Political Offices within the USA 18 Cities, 9 Countries and 5 Continents! – Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Canberra, Kathmandu, Ljubljana, Los Angeles, Melbourne, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Rio de Janeiro, Sydney, […]

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United Public Workers for Action call rally in San Fransisco – “Hands off Julian Assange”

Class conscious website is happy to endorse and urge the widest possible attendance  of the following action called by the United Public Workers for Action – UPWA. 1/8/18 – 12 Noon – Rally at the Ecuadorean consulate in San Fransisco, 235 Montgomery street, San Fransisco Hands off Julian Assange – Don’t allow the arrest of […]

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Step by step guide to organising your own emergency protest 4 JA

Emergency protests outside U.S. Embassies, U.S. Consulates or U.S. Political Offices are now confirmed in 22 cities across ten countries in Australia (Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Hobart), France (Paris), Ireland (Dublin), Nepal (Kathmandu) New Zealand (Wellington), Cananda (Toronto, Montreal), United States (Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, New York, Toledo, Philedelphia), Slovenia (Ljubljana), Bulgaria (Sofia). However Julian […]

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Melbourne protest outside British Consulate demands freedom for Julian Assange!

On June 19th in Melbourne around sixty people gathered outside the British Consulate in Collins St on the sixth anniversary of Julian Assange seeking asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy. The protest, called by this website, was part of a global day of action which in addition to a protest at the London embassy itself, spread […]

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Global vigils on June 19th: the movement grows to Free Assange

To mark six years since Julian Assange sought political asylum in the London Ecuadorean Embassy and to demand his immediate freedom and protection from extradition to the United States, vigils and protests occurred in eight countries and 20 cities. The first, global vigil to be called for June 19th, was part of the ongoing vigil […]

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