Daniel Ellsberg billboards in DC call on whistleblowers

On July 9, more than a dozen six-foot billboards featuring Daniel Ellsberg, the subject of Most Dangerous Man in America, went up in DC.  According to the nonprofit Institute for Public Accuracy, which broke the news, “13 billboards have gone up near Capitol Hill, the Justice Department, the White House, the Government Accountability Office, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the State Department, a popular bookstore at Dupont Circle and other prominent locations.”

The billboards feature a quote from Ellsberg and information about ExposeFacts.org, a website launched last month that encourages whistleblowers to submit materials and documents on “concealed activities that are relevant to human rights, corporate malfeasance, the environment, civil liberties and war” via its “SecureDrop” software. The ExposeFacts editorial board then reviews the materials and vets them before deciding on whether to release them to the public.

Read the original release about the billboards here.
The NY Times editorial page blog also weighed in on the campaign.
Specific billboard locations can be found here.