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LGBTQ pride marches marked by protests across the U.S.
The celebratory tone of gay pride marches from San Francisco to Istanbul on Sunday were undergirded by an atmosphere of political expression and protest. Chelsea Manning , the transgender U.S. army soldier who was imprisoned for leaking classified military information about the Iraq war before
Transgender soldier Chelsea Manning speaks out after her release from prison
Manning served time for releasing classified documents to Wikileaks, her sentence was later commuted by President Obama.
Chelsea Manning's letter to President Obama that helped win her freedom
One of the most polarizing prisoners in America boom and Chelsea Manning convicted for leaking the largest batch of government secrets in US history. Do you feel so you own the American public apology. I'd accept their responsibility. I I anything I've done. It's it's me this is me it's on me. But
Chelsea Manning says she didn't think her leaks would threaten national security
Over the course of four months, she leaked diplomatic cables, battlefield reports and Guantanamo detainee profiles.
Chelsea Manning : 'I was in their shoes once'
Manning reads an emotional letter a transgender child sent her while in military prison.
Chelsea Manning on defending her military oath
Do you feel as you the American public policy I'd accept their responsibility. Told me. Directing it this is me it's on me one could argue you took an oath to defend. Constitution against Anthony's right do you feel like you betrayed that looks. Now I think that's I think it's got stuck to it
Chelsea Manning says she was trying to 'do the right thing' when she leaked classified military information
Chelsea Manning said she leaked hundreds of thousands of classified military documents – a move that would eventually lead her to serve the longest prison sentence of any leaker in U.S. history – because she wanted to spark a public debate about our country’s military actions overseas. “My
Chelsea Manning : 'I've accepted responsibility' for leaking classified docs
Manning, who spent seven years in a military prison, told "Nightline" in an exclusive interview that she still has nothing but respect for the U.S. military.
Exclusive Interview with Chelsea Manning
Chelsea Manning opens up about being convicted in the largest leak of classified information in U.S. history and being pardoned by President Obama.
'GMA' Hot List: Exclusive interview with Chelsea Manning
In an exclusive ABC News interview, Manning talks about why she risked her career to disclose the information and her fight for transgender rights while in military prison.