Strategy to End the War in Iraq
Panelists talked about grassroots activism to pressure Congress, the president, and candidates to end the war in Iraq. They advocated… read more
Panelists talked about grassroots activism to pressure Congress, the president, and candidates to end the war in Iraq. They advocated several approaches, including: electing new members to Congress; increasing opportunities for work domestically; and raising awareness of the conflict through protests and non-violent civil disobedience.
Camilo Mejia is a conscientious objector and a veteran of the war in Iraq.
“Out of Iraq: The Strategy to End the War” was a program of the Campaign for America’s Future convention “Take Back America.” close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Burner, Darcy G. U.S. Representative Candidate [D] Washington
- Cagan, Leslie National Coordinator United for Peace and Justice
- Cavanaugh, John Director Institute for Policy Studies
- Chaudhary, Nita Director MoveOn.org->Campaign
- Mejia, Camilo Conscientious Objector
- Swan, Tom Executive Director CONNECTICUT CITIZEN ACTION GROUP FED PAC
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