Protest Announcements, Solidarity with Refugees

UPCOMING PROTEST: April 4, 2010, 1pm at Japanese Embassy, Washington DC

cherry trees, not refugees

We told them we weren’t going home. We’re not. We will continue to pressure the Japanese government until Japan abides by its own laws and the laws of the international community, in the case of Jamal Saberi (Jalal Amanzadeh Nouei) and hundreds of others like him.

We will be back in front of the Japanese Embassy in Washington DC at 1pm on Sunday April 4.

Facebook event is here.

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