Free Brad!

CODEPINK joined the efforts of the Bradley Manning Support Network in a march and rally outside Fort Meade on June 1, the eve of Bradley's court martial and anniversary of his arrest. Check out more photos from the action on the CODEPINK Flickr page. We say "Free Brad!"

Photo credit: Steve Rhodes

CODEPINK had an amazing pink presence at the Bradley Manning march and rally at Ft. Meade. Tighe & Sergie, out of the DC office, created a mural which was able to capture people's support and love of Manning! Check out reportbacks from Bradley Manning solidarity actions in Maine, Berlin and San Francisco!

Photo credit: Steve Rhodes

Bradley Manning has been held in prison without charges for years. On Monday, June 13, 2013, Manning finally faced court martial for "aiding the enemy," a capital offense. Manning's actions exposed U.S. war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan, and exposed abuses of other governments that helped spark the democratic uprisings in the Middle East, also known as the Arab Spring.

We have put together some of our favorite and informative pieces about the Bradley Manning trial. Do you have something you'd like to share? Email Nancy.

"Truth" shirts have been banned from the courtroom. By @WikileaksTruck

What You Need To Know About The Bradley Manning–WikiLeaks Trial by BuzzFeed

Bradley Manning's court-martial is taking place this week. Here's a guide.

I Am Bradley Manning: Because I believe the public deserves the truth and whistleblowers deserve a fair trial. 1105 days of unjust confinement is enough! drop the "aiding the enemy charge.

War is a Queer Issue, but Bradley Manning being Queer is a Non-Issue by Dooler Campbell

Leaving Truth Outside at Bradley Manning's Trial by Medea Benjamin and Ann Wright

Day One of the Manning Trial: How Public Will This Court Martial Be? by Rainey Reitman

Seven Myths About Bradley Manning by Chase Madar