Amnesty International Spring Raffle
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Me Nam is free!
After years of harassment from the authorities, Vietnamese blogger Me Nam was arrested in October 2016. She was accused of spreading “propaganda against the state” for her peaceful activism in response to a devastating chemical spill which poisoned people and marine life along 120 miles of Viet Nam’s coast.
Me Nam was sentenced to 10 years in prison at a brief and secretive trial in June 2017.
Amnesty International demanded Me Nam’s urgent release. The pressure worked and she was freed and reunited with her children in October 2018. She thanked Amnesty International for campaigning on her behalf, saying:
“It’s not just freedom for myself and my family, it will be for all the Vietnamese people.”
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