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Meet Sarah Harrison, The Wikileaks Representative Traveling With Edward Snowden

Meet Sarah Harrison, The WikiLeaks Representative Traveling With Edward Snowden

After Edward Snowden came forward as the source behind the release of the NSA classified documents and the Obama Administration’s aggressive international

Exclusive: WikiLeaks Editor Sarah Harrison on Helping Edward Snowden, Being Forced to Live in Exile  Democracy Now!: http://www.democracynow.org/2014/7/1/exclusive_wikileaks_editor_sarah_harrison_on

Exclusive: WikiLeaks Editor Sarah Harrison on Helping Edward Snowden, Being Forced to Live in Exile Democracy Now!: http://www.democracynow.org/2014/7/1/exclusive_wikileaks_editor_sarah_harrison_on

I LOVE THIS!  Doodle 4 Google 2016/2017 Winner! - "A Peaceful Future" by Sarah Harrison, Stratford, CT

I LOVE THIS! Doodle 4 Google 2016/2017 Winner! - "A Peaceful Future" by Sarah Harrison, Stratford, CT

Check out "The Sarah Harrison Show (SXSW Recap) - 28th March 2017" by Radar Radio LDN on Mixcloud

Check out "The Sarah Harrison Show (SXSW Recap) - 28th March 2017" by Radar Radio LDN on Mixcloud

How a Snowdenista Kept the NSA Leaker Hidden in a Moscow Airport. Photographed by Anton Corbijn, Vogue, March 2015

How a Snowdenista Kept the NSA Leaker Hidden in a Moscow Airport. Photographed by Anton Corbijn, Vogue, March 2015

Google announced the winner of it’s Doodle 4 Google competition for students to create a doodle about their vision for the future. Sarah Harrison from Connecticut, who competed in the 10th-12…

Google announced the winner of it’s Doodle 4 Google competition for students to create a doodle about their vision for the future. Sarah Harrison from Connecticut, who competed in the 10th-12…

Google announced the winner of it’s Doodle 4 Google competition for students to create a doodle about their vision for the future. Sarah Harrison from Connecticut, who competed in the 10th-12…

Google announced the winner of it’s Doodle 4 Google competition for students to create a doodle about their vision for the future. Sarah Harrison from Connecticut, who competed in the 10th-12…

Google announced the winner of it’s Doodle 4 Google competition for students to create a doodle about their vision for the future. Sarah Harrison from Connecticut, who competed in the 10th-12…

Google announced the winner of it’s Doodle 4 Google competition for students to create a doodle about their vision for the future. Sarah Harrison from Connecticut, who competed in the 10th-12…

Google announced the winner of it’s Doodle 4 Google competition for students to create a doodle about their vision for the future. Sarah Harrison from Connecticut, who competed in the 10th-12…

Google announced the winner of it’s Doodle 4 Google competition for students to create a doodle about their vision for the future. Sarah Harrison from Connecticut, who competed in the 10th-12…

It’s been a long week, and no doubt a downer for some of us. So if you need a dose of cheer, check out the latest Google Doodle. This adorable pic, showing a group of friends of different races, religions, and body types, is titled “A Peaceful Future.” It’s the work of Sarah Harrison, a …

Doodle 4 Google winner envisions a happy future

It’s been a long week, and no doubt a downer for some of us. So if you need a dose of cheer, check out the latest Google Doodle. This adorable pic, showing a group of friends of different races, religions, and body types, is titled “A Peaceful Future.” It’s the work of Sarah Harrison, a …

Sarah Harrison named Doodle 4 Google 2017 contest winner

Here's the adorable drawing that won this year's Google Doodle contest

Sarah Harrison named Doodle 4 Google 2017 contest winner

Check out the #Doodle4Google 2016/2017 winner! "A Peaceful Future" by Sarah Harrison #GoogleDoodle

Check out the #Doodle4Google 2016/2017 winner! "A Peaceful Future" by Sarah Harrison #GoogleDoodle

Britain is treating journalists as terrorists – believe me, I know | Sarah Harrison | Comment is free | The Guardian

Britain is treating journalists as terrorists – believe me, I know

Britain is treating journalists as terrorists – believe me, I know | Sarah Harrison | Comment is free | The Guardian