When bombs and missiles began raining down on the people of Libya. The ANSWER Coalition immediately put out a call for protests to take place across the country to demand “Stop the bombing of Libya.”
This article is a speech that was delivered by Ardeshir Ommani on March 12th at a public forum in NYC, sponsored by the American Iranian Friendship Committee (AIFC). Ommani is an Iranian-born writer, political economist and president of AIFC.
Emergency demonstrations to say “Stop the bombing of Libya.” Demonstrations will take place across the country between Wednesday, March 23 and Saturday, March 26.
On March 19, thousands of people took to the streets to demand an end to U.S. war and military intervention abroad and funding for people’s needs at home. Mass demonstrations took place in Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago and many other cities across the United States and the world.
Don't let distance prevent you from joining the anti-war march in San Francisco on March 19. There is transportation available from Sacramento, Davis, Santa Cruz, and San Jose. Click on the article to learn more.
"In March 2003, I landed in Iraq as a soldier in the U.S. Army. I was 19 years old. Little did I know that my life would never be the same again—nor would the lives of millions of others.
From Ohio to Wisconsin, workers, students and their supporters are taking a stand against anti-labor legislation—and ANSWER activists and organizers have been there in solidarity and bringing daily coverage of this fightback movement.
Bus and carpool information to San Francisco for National Day of Action on the 8th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. Stop the Wars! Stop the War on Working People Here!
Help build a movement against U.S. wars and occupations abroad and wars against workers and poor at home. Join the ANSWER Coalition at our regular outreach sessions and phonebanking opportunities.
Since major protests against the U.S.-backed dictatorship of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak began on Jan. 25, solidarity demonstrations have taken place across the United States and around the world. Following is a round-up of protests that took place Feb. 2-6 in U.S. cities.