- Converge on Ft. Benning, GA
- November 21-23, 2014
- Police Deny Street Permit for Annual Vigil at Fort Benning, GA
- Father Roy Bourgeois | Columbus (GA) Police Chief Ricky Boren Denies Our Right to Peacefully Assemble
Katherine Henao, SOA Watch
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August 1, 2014 | As SOA Watch's 25th anniversary Vigil approaches, our legal and organizing teams are hard at work to push back on the latest attack on our 1st Amendment rights to peacefully assemble. We remain committed to converging at the gates of Fort Benning once again to remember the martyrs, and to denounce the continued SOA violence against our brothers and sisters in countries like Honduras and Colombia.
Will you join us by signing this petition urging the Columbus Police Department to reconsider the unjust denial of our right to peacefully assemble?
Already, we have received thousands of signatures of support, and we continue to be humbled by the countless expressions of solidarity.
Join thousands for a rally at Fort Benning, music and street theater, an immigrant prison protest, nonviolent direct action, concerts, films, workshops & more.
For more information call 202-234-3440.
SOA Watch, founded by Fr. Roy Bourgeois in 1990, is an independent organization that seeks to close the U.S. Army School of the Americas, under whatever name it is called, through vigils and fasts, demonstrations and nonviolent protest, as well as media and legislative work.
Police Deny Street Permit for Annual Vigil at Fort Benning, GA, Hendrik Voss, SOA Watch
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Father Roy Bourgeois | Columbus (GA) Police Chief Ricky Boren Denies Our Right to Peacefully Assemble, Father Roy Bourgeois, SOA Watch
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