On September 24th, 2010, the FBI raided anti-war and solidarity activists in Chicago (two homes) and Minneapolis (five homes and the office of the Anti-War Committee). During the raids, the FBI took computers, cell phones, documents and personal family items. In total, 14 activists in Minnesota, Illinois, and Michigan were subpoenaed to appear before a Grand Jury. They have subsequently refused to appear.
On November 6, activists gathered at the DC Friends Meeting house to discuss these events, issues, and how to respond.
Part 3: How Should the Movement Respond?
A discussion led by activists Michael Beer, Nadine Bloch, Raed Jarrar, Gael Murphy