Trevor Griffey: “Courageous Stands”

Matthew Duran and Leah-Lynne Plant deserve your support for taking courageous stands against a political fishing expedition. We need to express our solidarity with their principled refusal to cooperate with an open-ended Grand Jury investigation into their personal friendships, political networks, and belief systems. By supporting them, we are also resisting the use of the War on Terror to repress social movements that use direct action and civil disobedience to achieve social change.

Trevor Griffey was the Co-Editor of “Black Power at Work: Community Control, Affirmative Action, and the Construction Industry”, was the Co-Founder of the Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project, and is currently a visiting Faculty for U.S. History at The Evergreen State College.

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