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Our Almost Orwellian State & NSA Surveillance Forum (Solomon, Cohn, Bhuttar, Ellsberg)

In Archive, Assange, Barrett Brown, Jeremy Hammond, Manning, NSA, Snowden, Surveillance, WikiLeaks on January 26, 2014 at 5:57 PM

“Our ‘Almost Orwellian’ State & NSA Surveillance” Forum
January 23, 2014, @ 7:30 pm in the Sanctuary- St. John’s Presbyterian Church

This event is a fund-raiser for the Bill of Rights Defense Committee & the Freedom of the Press Foundation.

Introduction — Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Rainey Reitman

Moderator — Robert Jaffe — Volunteer Attorney, Hedges v. Obama

Norman Solomon — Journalist, media critic, anti-war activist, co-founder of RootsAction.org, founding director of Institute for Public Accuracy, and author of War Made Easy

Cindy Cohn — Legal Director and General Counsel of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Ms. Cohn serves as counsel in First Unitarian Church v. NSA and Jewel v. NSA, each seeking to stop the ongoing dragnet warrantless surveillance of millions of ordinary Americans

Shahid Bhuttar — Director of the Bill of Rights Defense Committee, constitutional lawyer, grassroots organizer, independent columnist, musician, and poet

Daniel Ellsberg — America’s most well-known whistleblower, Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon Papers and changed Americans’ understanding of and support for the Vietnam War

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