This Friday marks six long years since the first prisoners arrived at Guantanamo Bay. Six years of U.S.-sponsored torture. Six years of indefinite detention. Six years of undermining our dearest constitutional values. And six years of the NYCLU fighting for the restoration of law and justice. This Friday, Jan. 11, the NYCLU, ACLU and other human rights groups join together to call on all people opposed to torture and indefinite detention to wear ORANGE to symbolize their sadness and disgust with the national shame that is Guantanamo Bay. In New York City, we are planning to mark this sad anniversary with an ORANGE visibility event. We want to make sure as many people as possible see somebody wearing ORANGE on this important anniversary. To do that, we plan to attend the Today Show – where audience members outside the studio and are seen by millions of home viewers. This will not be a protest or a rally, but an opportunity to make our decision to wear ORANGE to protest Guantánamo Bay, indefinite detention, and torture visible to Americans across the country. We plan to stand respectfully – quietly, without signs – in the Today Show audience. We want everyone to feel free to wave to their grandmother in Tuscon or listen in to the morning fashion segment – but we’ll be doing it while making a powerful statement for human rights in our full ORANGE regalia. If you can join us, please RSVP for further instructions to RSVP: WHAT: Today Show Visibility Wear ORANGE if you have it, otherwise materials will be provided. No signs, please. WHEN: Friday, Jan. 11 6:15 - 6:30 a.m. WHERE: Meet on the north side of 48th Street between 5th and 6th avenues