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BY Chapin Gray | Santa Barbara, CA | 2/19/07
What began as a student strike to protest the war in Iraq quickly escalated on Feb. 15, as over a thousand students at the University of California-Santa Barbara took to the streets and completely shut down California Highway 217 for over two hours.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 1/23/07
Interview with Jess Sundin after the State of the Union address, where President Bush attempted to bolster support for his plans to expand the war in Iraq.
BY Jess Sundin | Bloomington, MN | 1/11/07
Youth Against War and Racism (YAWR) activists were disciplined here Jan. 10 for educating their fellow students at Thomas Jefferson High School.
BY Kate Percuoco | St. Paul, MN | 1/05/07
New Year’s Eve, an evening typically shared and celebrated with our loved ones was overshadowed this year as the death toll of U.S. soldiers serving in the Iraq war reached 3000.
BY David Hungerford | Iraq | 11/06/06
Many crimes against Iraq have been justified by the demonization of Saddam Hussein.
BY Fight Back! Editors | United States | 11/05/06
Sara Rich is an activist and a tireless advocate for her daughter, Army Specialist Suzanne Swift, who is awaiting a court-martial for refusing to return to Iraq under the command of a sergeant who raped her.
BY Fight Back! Editors | United States | 6/01/06
For 20 years, Iraqi American Sami Rasouli lived in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as a peace activist and restaurant owner.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 5/01/06
More than 500 students, teachers, union members and parents rallied and marched here, March 17 to demand an end to the U.S. occupation of Iraq, that military recruiters get out of schools and to call for a stop to attacks on immigrants
BY Kosta Harlan | Atlanta, GA | 4/20/06
In one of the largest anti-war rallies in the South, upwards of 4000 protesters - students, Black civil rights activists, trade unionists and military veterans - marched in Atlanta, April 1, demanding, “Peace in Iraq, justice at home!”
BY Tracy Molm | United States | 3/25/06
To mark the third anniversary of the war, and now occupation, of Iraq, people around the globe marched, calling for U.S. troops to leave immediately.
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