Two Sunday Nov 11 PSAs
‘April 11: Global Day Of Action For Julian Assange’, Assange Defense. April 7, 2021, popular resistance
‘International rallies to mark 2 years since Julian Assange was arrested and imprisoned in HMP Belmarsh.'
Assange supporters Candles4Assange have put together an incredibly helpful list of actions planned for Julian Assange on April 11th around the world, to mark 2 years of his unjust imprisonment. The full Twitter thread is here but we’ve also listed each event by city below.
CBS building -> Hollywood Blvd -> CNN building
New York City
UK Consulate (2nd/47th Streets)
See NYC Assange for more info/contact
Ecuadorian Embassy (2535 15th St. NW) -> British Embassy
Department of Justice (950 Pennsylvania Ave)
See Action4Assange for more
Speer Blvd & Lincoln St
See Denver Action to Free Assange
Capitol Building (1E Edenton Street)
City Hall Park
11:30am: 3 Hans Crescent (Knightsbridge station)
1pm: Westminster Magistrates’ Court (Baker Street station)
3pm: HMP Belmarsh (Plumstead Station or No. 380 bus)
See bus tour, more info and how to write your MP here
See the Committee to Defend Julian Assange here
7:30am motorway billboard, Hill St
US Consulate (23 Customs St. East)
Ecuadorian Embassy (Tennyson 217 Polanco)
US Consulate (360 University Ave)
Silent march, Weseler Werft
Bertha Von Suttner Platz (near US & UK consulate
Truth Is Out: Street film 4 Freedom of Julian Assange
Candles4Assange on Twitter
(Rome will hold a vigil today)
Julian #Assange has not been able to hold his little boys in his arms for over a year.
— Stella Moris #DropTheCharges (@StellaMoris1) April 9, 2021
Also on Sunday Nov. 11 is the second run-off vote for Ecuadorian President: ‘Ecuador presidential election second round: economic crisis and pandemic’, Jorge Martin, marxist.com, April 10, 2021
The electoral campaign for the second round of the presidential elections in Ecuador on Sunday, 11 April has come to an end. The second round pits the banker Guillermo Lasso, the candidate of the capitalist oligarchy, against the candidate of the left-wing UNES, Andrés Arauz, who represents correísmo and who came first in the first round on 7 February. So far, the polls do not suggest a clear winner.
Two and and a half weeks ago I took another vertigo crash, and am just beginning to pull out of it. It seems that it scrambled my grey matter further, and Mr. wd has had to take off work in order to shepherd me from here to there to steady my on my pins. Over the past two or three days, I'd at least tried to catch up w/ the Popular Resistance newsletter, but had decided not to post about the Assange vigils for which I'd already collected notes. But last night Julian was in my dreams, giving me the incentive to post this.
I'm sure you'll understand that I won't have the wherewithal to answer comments (nor ever watch even part of a video interview again), but I wanted you to be aware of whats afoot globally on his behalf.
Light a candle for Julian, and perhaps a second one for Andrés Arauz.