Chelsea writes on 5 years in confinement in new Guardian op-ed

May 27, 2015. Today marks 5 years since Chelsea Manning was ordered into military confinement. In her latest Guardian op-ed, Chelsea speaks on why she chose to disclose information to the public and what her life has been like since.Read more »

The US government still hides vast amounts of its national security actions from the public. Photograph: Miguel Juarez Lugo/Zuma Press/Corbis

"Protect the public's right to free speech & free press": Manning's latest Guardian op-ed

May 6, 2015. Chelsea Manning's latest op-ed for The Guardian, "We’re citizens, not subjects. We have the right to criticize government without fear,” calls for a media shield law and more government transparency.Read more »


Bill to Re-Establish the National Integrity and to Protect Freedom of Speech, and the Freedom of the Press

May 7, 2015. A day after her Guardian op-ed about increasing freedom of information and government transparency, Chelsea Manning proposes her own "Bill to Re-Establish the National Integrity and to Protect Freedom of Speech, and the Freedom of the Press."Read more »


Cosmo interview with Chelsea Manning

April 9, 2015. Chelsea Manning reflects on her life now and before prison in her April interview with Cosmopolitan Magazine.Read more »


Chelsea Manning: 'I'm so thankful for all of your support'

April 9, 2015. Chelsea has received over 17,000 letters! Her thank you to Amnesty Intl and all who have written her.Read more »


5 years since "Collateral Murder"

March 6, 2010. What's happened since the release of the "Collateral Murder" video five years ago on April 5, 2010?Read more »


@xychelsea: Chelsea Manning on Twitter!

March 3, 2015. Now, with her new Twitter account, you can hear updates from our heroic Wikileaks whistleblower on a more regular basis.Read more »


Manning on torture in new Guardian op-ed

March 9, 2015. Chelsea Manning's latest Guardian op-ed on torture and persecuting those responsible.Read more »


Army Court Orders Military to Use Correct Pronouns for Manning

March 5, 2015. The Army Court of Criminal Appeals has ordered the military to stop using male pronouns when referring to Chelsea Manning in all legal papers filed in her appeal.Read more »


Military finally begins gender-related care for Chelsea Manning

Feb 13, 2015. After a two-year struggle, Chelsea Manning has begun receiving necessary gender-related health care from the military--a first in the history of the US military. However, we are disappointed that the military released this medical information about Chelsea without her consent, in violation of federal law and a protective order. Read more »

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Global support for Chelsea at Pride 2015

July 3rd, 2015. Global support for Wikileaks whistleblower Chelsea Manning in this year's Pride parades and celebrations.Read more »


SF Chapter of the Nat'l Org of Women (NOW) joins 30 groups to support Pride contingent

June 24, 2015. Thirty of the San Francisco Bay Area's most active progressive organizations have come together to support the Chelsea Manning contingent in the 2015 SF Pride Parade, including the SF Chapter of the National Organization of Women (NOW).Read more »


Introduction and overview to Chelsea Manning support efforts

May 27, 2015. Video of Chelsea Manning Support Network organizer Jeff Paterson's recent presentation in Honolulu, Hawaii. Also featuring active duty Marine 1st Lt. Jake Bridge.Read more »


Manning, Assange, Snowden statue unveiled in Berlin

May 5, 2015. Life-size Chelsea Manning, Edward Snowden, & Julian Assange statue in Berlin invites viewers to take a stand.Read more »


PBS features Chelsea Manning art exhibit

March 24, 2015. STATE OF THE ARTS features The United States vs. Chelsea Manning, a graphic novel illustrating Wikileaks whistleblower Manning's court-martial, currently on display at Rutgers University.Read more »


Chelsea Manning's Next Chapter

March 13, 2015. Bloomberg Politics' March 10th article on Wikileaks whistleblower Chelsea Manning: her court-martial, her NYT & Guardian op-eds, trans justice, and her upcoming legal appeals.Read more »


Military won't refer to Chelsea as female in appeals, Manning lawyers file reply

Feb 20, 2014. The military refused a motion to use female pronouns & refer to Chelsea Manning by her legal name in the the appeals process. Read appellate lawyers Nancy Hollander & Vincent Ward's complete reply.Read more »


Chelsea's appellate attorneys on the Espionage Act, the appeals process

Feb 19, 2015. Watch the full video of attorneys Nancy Hollander & Vincent Ward's recent panel discussion concerning the issues in Chelsea Manning's upcoming legal appeals.Read more »


Chelsea joins Guardian as contributing opinion writer

Feb 11, 2015. Guardian editor-in-chief announces whistleblower Chelsea Manning as contributing opinion writer.Read more »


Manning supporters march in Melbourne

Feb 5, 2015. Last weekend, Australian supporters of whistleblower Chelsea Manning marched in Melbourne's Pride Parade.Read more »

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