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Looking Back on 6 Years of Fighting for Chelsea Manning

January 18, 2017. Support Network co-founder Rainey Reitman shares her reactions and thoughts on the news that Chelsea will be released from prison in 3 months and 29 days.

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Coverage of today’s fantastic news of Chelsea’s pending freedom

January 17, 2017. A lot of folks will be writing a lot of good stuff in the coming days about our historic and amazing victory today. Here are a few already.

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A case for Executive mercy for Chelsea Manning

January 14, 2017. Alexa O’Brien dives into the Chelsea’s best hope at the moment–that President Obama will reduce her 35-year prison sentence before leaving office next week.

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Chelsea supporters greet Obama during Hawaii vacation

December 17, 2016. US Army Col. Ann Wright (ret.), along with a small group of activists, greeted President Obama during his recent vacation in Kailua, Hawaii. “Clemency for Chelsea Manning”

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Int’l Chelsea Manning birthday actions Dec. 17

Chelsea Manning will be 29-years-old on December 17th. International actions organized by QueerStrike and the Payday Men’s Network this weekend are planned for Boston, Bucharest, Chicago, Dublin, Istanbul, London, Los Angeles, Manchester, Oakland, Philadelphia, and Rome.

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Supporters rally for Chelsea outside Ft. Leavenworth military prison

November 20, 2016. More than 60 people rallied for Chelsea outside the Ft. Leavenworth military prison. Photos and reports by Chelsea Manning Support Network Advisory Board Member US Army Col. Ann Wright (retired).

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Chelsea Manning’s 27-page application for sentence commutation

November 18, 2016. PDF copy of the document delivered to President Obama. Please sign the White House petition in support of this request for release with time served.

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NYT: Manning asks Obama to cut sentence to time served

November 14, 2016. “I am not asking for a pardon of my conviction … The sole relief I am asking for is to be released from military prison after serving six years of confinement as a person who did not intend to harm the interests of the United States or harm any service members.”

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The Source tells Chelsea’s story in operatic form

October 17, 2016. The Source is a forthcoming, unconventional opera, that tells Chelsea’s story. “The piece is about asking how we can process this massive amount of information … how we deal with war,” says composer Ted Hearne.

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Chelsea featured in new Amnesty International book

August 2, 2016. In 2015, Chelsea Manning answered questions for Amnesty international’s upcoming young adult book, Here I Stand. Read an excerpt of that chapter before its release.

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