Casey McKeel

Casey McKeel

Casey McKeel is a community organizer and photo journalist. She is a worker/owner of Thread Coffee and collective member of Bearings Bike Project.  She is also a member of Another BDC is Possible.  She splits her time between her love of photography, coffee, and bicycles.

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Photo by: Casey McKeel

On his 24th birthday, hundreds gathered at Fort Meade to support US Army Pvte. Bradley Manning, who is being accused of “aiding the enemy” and 21 additional offenses for allegedly leaking thousands of classified US government documents. These documents  include the infamous Iraq and Afghanistan war logs that were leaked to WikiLeaks in November 2009. Supporters of the Army intelligence specialist came from around the country to stand in solidarity with Manning, demanding his release, as prosecutors presented their case against him.  

Pages

Hundreds Gather in support of Accused Whistleblower Bradley Manning
Photo Essay: Schools Not Jails Occupation
Community Food Day with the Baltimore Algebra Project
Reflections on Occupy Baltimore and the Fight Against the Youth Jail
Photo Gallery: Bmore Mixtape Project
Photo Gallery: Mobilizing and Organizing From Below Conference
Photo Essay: Safe and Sound Youth Budget Rally
Hospitality Workers Rally and March on Hyatt
Rape is Rape: An Action to Upset Rape Culture
The Youth Jail: Tactics in Struggle
Reflections On Black Friday 2012 Walmart Protest
Human Rights Dialogue: Fighting for Social and Economic Human Rights
An Interview with Marisela Gomez: The Importance of Listening and Community Involvement in Rebuilding Cities
BREAKING NEWS: FORCE Calls for a National Memorial for Survivors of Rape and Abuse
Mixtape: An Interview with Political Hip-Hop Artist and Activist DevRock
Johns Hopkins Drone Research Sparks Call for Discussion
Luminous Intervention Shines Light on Corporate Tax Evaders
"Live Young Blood": An Interview with the Filmmakers
The United Workers Bring Over 400 to Rally for Fair Development
The US vs. Bradley Manning: An Update
United Workers Celebration of Fair Development Victories