National Day of Action to Close Guantanamo & End Indefinite Detention
Hunger Strike at Guantanamo
April 11, 2013 - National Day of Action to Close Guantanamo & End Indefinite Detention
Detained men are on hunger strike, putting their lives on the line for the change that President Obama promised four years ago. We can't let indefinite detention in our names drag on another minute.
Amnesty International, the Center for Constitutional Rights, Witness Against Torture, World Can’t Wait and other groups are calling for an emergency National Day of Action on Thursday, April 11 to demand the closure of Guantánamo and an end to indefinite detention. There are currently over 20 vigils scheduled in 15 different states!
Raise your voice! Join the Day of Action!:
There's never been a more critical time help us build political pressure to end the immense suffering at Guantanamo prison.
Join a local demonstration demanding the closure of Guantánamo.
DC: Meet at the White House from Noon to 1PM (Lafayette Square side)
NYC: Meet in Times Square from 3 - 5PM (@ 45th and Broadway)
SF: New Federal Building ay 4:30PM (at 7th and Mission Streets)
Chicago: Federal Plaza at 4:30 PM
and many other cities!
Please ‘like,’ forward articles, reweet, and share photos from our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/witnesstorture
Distribute leaflets with information about Guantanamo.
Twitter Storm President @BarackObama @WhiteHouse Keep your promise: #closegitmo #GitmoHungerStrike
Give up food for a day as part of Witness Against Torture’s ROLLING FAST.
Download and send this letter to a man detained in Guantánamo.
Call the White House (202-456-1111, 202-456-1414), U.S. Southern Command (305-437-1213) and Department of Defense (703-571-3343) to express concern over the hunger strike and insist on Guantanamo’s closing.