It takes just 10 seconds to add your name to the Voices for the Five petition for the Miami Five, and in just one week 1,000 people have already signed up. Please take a few seconds and add yours today too.
The Voices for the Five site now has supporters and messages from all corners of the world, people united in their call for freedom for the Miami Five, unjustly imprisoned for more than fifteen years. This is a fantastic response but we need more support to make the US government take notice. Please spare just 10 seconds to add your name to the international campaign for freedom for the Five today.
Ramón Labañino has sent this message of thanks, direct from prison in the US:
“Dear brothers and sisters at Voices for the Five, We are very grateful for your support and solidarity. Your voices and presence are extremely important to win justice and freedom. We need your help! Now it is the time! Fifteen years of injustice is too long and too wrong! Five hugs! Antonio, René, Fernando, Gerardo, Ramón.”
FCI Ashland, Kentucky, 2 November 2013, 1:54 pm
Please join Ramon and the Five, and help grow this campaign by adding your name today.
It takes less than 10 seconds to do, and with just a few seconds more you can leave a personal message, photo, image, or video message too.
Voices for the Five is a major new campaigning website bringing together international personalities and campaigners from all corners of the world to call for freedom for the Miami Five and to support the International Commission of Inquiry in London in March 2014.
René González, other family members and international personalities including actress Emma Thomspon, Nobel peace prize winner Adolfo Perez Esquivel, former archbishop of Canterbury Lord Rowan Williams, and Nobel prize winning author Günter Grass have already signed up to this online call for justice for the Five. You can add your name alongside theirs today on the link below.
Please add your voice today to bring justice for the Miami Five.
Voices for the Five and the team at Cuba Solidarity Campaign