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  • Posted on: 10 November 2010
  • By: SfB.Website
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The Bhopal LowDOWn is our monthly newsletter.  It includes media coverage, past events, ongoing events, and upcoming events.  The LowDOWn is your way to stay connected to the campaign!  If you have something to submit, please contact us by the end of the month.



The LowDOWn - May 2014

  • Posted on: 5 May 2014
  • By: SfB.Website
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This Newsletter is brought to you by
The International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal,

North America


Newsletter Contents:

1. Amnesty International’s Get on the Bus Action
2. International Workers’ Memorial Day
3. Diane Wilson’s Statement on the Bhopal gas disaster
4. Calling all Michigan-area Supporters!
5. Call for Art Submissions
6. Take Action, Fast Today!
7. Join ICJB NA - Volunteers needed

1. AnchorAmnesty International's 'Get on the Bus' Action

On April 11th, 2014, over 400 activists in New York City gathered for Amnesty International's annual 'Get on the Bus for Human Rights' action, organized by Amnesty International USA Group 133 of Somerville, MA. The event draws students from across the North East region of the US to join in a day of action. This year Bhopal Gas Disaster was one of the four main focal issues.

March 2014 LowDOWn

  • Posted on: 16 March 2014
  • By: SfB.Website
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This Newsletter is brought to you by:

The International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal,


North America


Newsletter Contents:

1.  A message of solidarity from hacktivist, Jeremy Hammond

2.  ICJB NA - Our Actions

3. Meet the 2014 Advisory Board

4. Take Action!

5. Join ICJB NA - Dow Chemical Coordinator & Volunteers needed


1.  A message of solidarity from hacktivist, Jeremy Hammond!


On February 27th, 2012 WikiLeaks began to publish hundreds of e-mails that exposed DOW’s involvement with the global intelligence agency Stratfor. It became clear that DOW was spying on the Bhopal Campaign, but this came with a price, including the freedom of one brave man named Jeremy Hammond. 

Jeremy was at the forefront of using the information from Stratfor to expose DOW, and has since been sentenced to 10 years in prison. Hammond recently released a statement of solidarity to ICJB.


“Two years ago I hacked the intelligence company Stratfor and handed over all of their private email correspondence to WikiLeaks for publishing. Amongst the revelations was proof that Dow hired Stratfor to monitor the activities of Bhopal survivor activist groups.” Read full article here