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BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 3/21/11
150 people protested here, March 19, to demand an end to the wars and occupations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 3/20/11
1000 people rallied and marched here March 19 to mark the eighth anniversary of the war in Iraq.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 3/17/11
Anti-war events will be held in over 50 cities across the U.S. on March 19, calling for an end to the U.S. war in Afghanistan, an end to the continued U.S. occupation of Iraq and for a redirection of resources from war to human needs.
BY staff | United States | 8/31/10
Activists in the Twin Cities anti-war movement responded to President Obama’s Aug. 31 nationally televised speech on the U.S. war in Iraq at a press conference immediate following his address. Representatives from Military Families Speak Out, Women Against Military Madness, the Anti-War Committee, the Twin Cities Peace Campaign and others said that the U.S. occupation will continue and that the anti-war movement needs to continue the effort to get U.S. troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan.
BY Jared Cruz | Iraq | 4/01/09
The Iraqi people have opened a new chapter in their struggle to end the U.S. occupation.
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.
BY Eric Gardner | Asheville, NC | 3/23/06
The chant, “U.S. out of Iraq! Let them have their country back!” echoed off the buildings of downtown Asheville as a spirited group of over 100 students, young people, workers and veterans marched through the city to say no to Bush’s war.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 3/07/06
More than 125 community and student activists attended A Conference for Iraq, Information to Resist Another Quagmire.
BY Layla Asamarai | Minneapolis, MN | 1/14/06
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following message from Layla Asamarai, about the recent death of her uncle Abdulrazak at the hands of U.S. occupation forces in Iraq.
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