Recent Press Coverage

First Person: Robert Meeropol

My parents were Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, American communists executed in 1953 for conspiracy to commit espionage. I was three years old when they were arrested and six when they were executed.

The Rosenberg Fund for Children: Another Rosenberg Legacy [in English]

The privilege of directing the RFC has made the last 21 years the best of my life. The decades that preceded it were more difficult. In the 1970’s my brother and I had been plaintiffs in a lawsuit… Read More

Pourquoi la Fondation Rosenberg pour les enfants (RFC)

Le privilège d’être à la tête de la RFC ont fait de ces 21 dernières années les meilleures de ma vie. Les décennies qui ont précédé ont été plus difficiles.

PEINE DE MORT. Le combat pour la vie d'un enfant d'exécutés

An interview with Robert Meeropol by a prominent French periodical, on the eve of World Day Against the Death Penalty, 2011, and Robert's participation in Paris in events marking the occasion...Pour… Read More

Activists in the Crossroads: from the Rosenbergs to Wikileaks

Host Kathy Partridge interviews Robert Meeropol on "Connections" on KGNU Community Radio in Boulder, CO, about the connection between his parents and Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange; his visit and… Read More

Speaker eyes WikiLeaks

Tuesday, January 25, 2011 By BRIAN AMHERST - Robert H. Meeropol was 6 years old when his parents were executed as spies. Now he is offering his perspective on WikiLeaks, whose… Read More

Meeropol on Wikileaks

By Tom Sturm January 20, 2011

In Northampton, linking legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. to contemporary action

By SUZANNE WILSON Staff Writer Tuesday, January 18, 2011 NORTHAMPTON - ...Robert Meeropol, executive director of the Rosenberg Fund for Children in Easthampton, linked the fate of his birth parents… Read More

Robert Meeropol, son of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, assails federal government at Northampton Martin Luther King Day ceremony

Published: Monday, January 17, 2011, 3:47 PM Updated: Monday, January 17, 2011, 6:24 PM By Sandra Constantine, The Republican

Digital Divide interview with Robert Meeropol regarding WikiLeaks and our right to information-

program: The Digital Divide program date: Fri, 01/14/2011 Rabia Yeaman interviews Robert Meeropol, attorney and the son of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg. We'll discuss the governments attempts to stifle… Read More

The fight to protect Julian Assange

The US Espionage Act of 1917 is a threat to an open society; used to send dissenters to prison for voicing their opinions, transforming dissent into treason, argued Robert Meeropol. Will WikiLeak’s… Read More

Son of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg: "My Parents Were Executed Under the Unconstitutional Espionage Act—Here’s Why We Must Fight to Protect Julian Assange"

December 30, 2010- As the Justice Department considers charging WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange under the Espionage Act of 1917, we speak with Robert Meeropol, the son of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg—… Read More

My Parents Were Executed Under the Unconstitutional Espionage Act -- Here's Why We Must Fight to Protect Julian Assange

The Espionage Act is a huge danger to our open society; it's been used to send hundreds of dissenters to jail just for voicing their opinions, transforming dissent into treason. December 29, 2010

Activist Levasseur Speaks in Northampton

Raymond Luc Levasseur was a militant activist who was acquitted of sedition during a trial in Springfield in the 1980s. He was convicted on other charges stemming from the Ohio seven's bombing of… Read More

Raymond Luc Levasseur thanks Rosenberg Fund for Children in a celebration in Northampton

NORTHAMPTON – In its first year the Rosenberg Fund for Children spent exactly $805 to send two children to send two children to a Quaker summer camp, which charged exactly $402.50 per child.

Terrorist Speaking at Northampton Event

Terrorist speaking at Northampton event Raymond Luc Lavasseur convicted of 70's bombings Updated: Friday, 15 Oct 2010, 6:24 PM EDT Published : Friday, 15 Oct 2010, 1:21 PM EDT * Shane Symolon

Convicted bomber Raymond Luc Levasseur to speak at Northampton fund-raiser for Rosenberg Fund for Children

Diane Lederman, The Republican October 15, 2010 NORTHAMPTON – The last time convicted bomber Raymond Luc Levasseur was scheduled as part of a panel at the University of Massachusetts, the planned… Read More