America's use of torture is wrong. The America I believe in doesn’t torture people or use cruel, inhuman treatment; doesn’t hold people without charge, without fair trials, without hope, and without end; doesn’t kidnap people off the street and ship them to nations known for their brutality; doesn’t condone prisoner abuse and excuse high-ranking government officials from responsibility for that abuse; doesn’t justify the use of secret prisons; and does not rob people of their basic dignity.
I’m joining with the Stanford chapter of Amnesty International to restore the America I believe in.
The America I believe in leads the world on human rights.
More Things You Can Do To Take Action
(1) E-mail this petition to your friends or share this link on Facebook
(2) Inform yourself about America's use of torture with our research and resources
(3) Come to our Events
(4) E-mail Senators Feinstein and Boxer, or find your own representatives
(5) Join the Stanford Against Torture group on Facebook
(6) Sign up to receive e-mail announcements from Stanford Amnesty
(7) Come to Amnesty meetings on Tuesdays at 8PM in the Womens' Center (Firetruck House)