San Francisco National Day of Action Against Guatanamo

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

San Francisco National Day of Action Against Guatanamo

Our goal is to have 171 people, each representing a detainee still held at Guantanamo, forming a human chain in front of the Federal Building and Courthouse, to mark 10 years of Guantanamo Prison, and to bring attention to the continuing detention and abuse of detainees. There will be speakers and music, followed by the attendees assembling into the 'human chain.'

Please watch and forward our new Amnesty International COMEDY/SATIRE SHORT FILM, “HAPPY WORLD TRAVEL,” about Guantanamo, indefinite detention, torture and Islamophobia to promote Amnesty International’s Global Day of Action to Close Guantanamo. Please email the film to friends and share it on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin.


Note: Please wear orange or black; we will have some orange jumpsuits but not enough for all. Bring signs that say "10 Years Too Many: No Guantanamo. No Torture. No Excuses!"

To RSVP: Please email Angela Lucia at [email protected] call the Western Regional Office at 415-288-1800

Event starts at 12pm

San Francisco Federal Building
90 7th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
United States