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  • Free Ashraf Fayadh

    Ashraf Fayadh is a Palestinian poet who came to Saudi Arabia as a refugee, and has been sentenced to 8 years in prison and 800 lashes by his adopted homeland for a series of poems that he wrote describing his life while fleeing war in Palestine.

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    Cartoonist Zunar charged with 9 counts of sedition in Malaysia. He faces a potential 43 years in prison over a tweet.

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    ACT NOW: Speak out for imprisoned Tibetan singers. As a global community we have to act to end Chinese ethnocide in Tibet.

  • Zona Prava: Prisoners' Rights

    Founded by the two formerly imprisoned members of Pussy Riot, the goal of Zona Prava is to aid those who, though they may be deprived of liberty in camps and prisons, are not willing to be stripped of their dignity.

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    Take action to demand the release of 3 Iranians sentenced to prison for running a music label.

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Amir Maghsoodloo, better known as Amir Tataloo is an Iranian R&B musician charged with “insulting the sacred” and “spreading corruption and indecency.” He was arrested on August 23, 2016 and is currently in pre-trial detention at Evin Prison in Tehran....
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Drop the Charges Against Deia Schlosberg, Lindsey Grayzel and Carl Davis

On October 11, three documentary filmmakers were arrested while filming activists as they attempted to shut down oil pipelines between Canada and the United States. The filmmakers were recording activists who participated in a coordinated protest that shut down pipelines in the states of Washington, Minnesota, Montana and North Dakota

North Dakota Must Drop the Charges Against Deia Schlosberg

Deia Schlosberg is an American filmmaker and producer facing three felony charges – a potential 45 years in prison – for filming protests in North Dakota. Schlosberg was filming a group of activists known as Climate Direct Action as they manually shut down pipelines in North Dakota, Minnesota, Montana, and

“The support we received from The Voice Project was a miracle. It’s incredible to sit behind bars and know that there are hundreds and thousands of people who care, and I ask you to continue to care about those who are in harm’s way. Thank you everyone and thank you Voice Project.”

- Nadya Tolokonnikova, Pussy Riot