- Thousands to march in Washington, D.C., to stop war funding. Shabazz, Saeed // New York Amsterdam News;9/27/2007, Vol. 98 Issue 40, p17
The article focuses on the criticism of the Iraq War being waged in different quarters of the U.S. and other parts of the world. It says that the Troops Out Now Coalition (TONC) have set up an anti-war encampment in California to persuade Democrats to vote against President George W. Bush's...
- Where the Peace Movement Went Wrong. Newman, Nathan // Dissent (00123846);Summer2003, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p12
Focuses on the failure of peace movements led by war opponents to prevent the Iraq war 2003. Factors behind the failure of peace movements; Suggestion by war opponents regarding escalation of efforts to restore peace; Measures taken by supporters of war to justify their plans for war pursual.
- Consultants advise flage waving. Absher, Frank // St. Louis Journalism Review;May2003, Vol. 33 Issue 256, p16
Reports on allegations regarding the lack of press coverage regarding the movement against the war in Iraq. Television and radio stations who sponsored pro-war rallies; Crisis management firms hired by media companies when reports of the corporate-influence pro-war movement became public.
- Anti-war crowd determined to exploit Iraq death toll. Malkin, Michelle // Fort Worth Business Press;10/31/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 44, p57
The article criticizes the anti-war movement for exploiting the death toll of U.S. soldiers in the war in Iraq. It describes how anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan criticized the war and the U.S. administration of President George W. Bush. It explores the efforts of U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel...
- The road home to Baghdad. Douglass, Jim; Havard, Deacon Dave; Levin, Jerry; Levin, Sis; Nisly, Weldon; O'Sullivan, Sean; Speltz, Kara; Wilson-Hartgrove, Jonathan; Wilson-Hartgrove, Leah // National Catholic Reporter;4/4/2003, Vol. 39 Issue 22, p2
Relates the experiences of the author during his participation in a Christian peace mission to Iraq in March 2003. Personal encounters with soldiers and Iraqi civilians; War events encountered during the mission; Willingness to risk their lives to wage peace and reconciliation.
- Antiwar feeling remains strong across globe. Allen Jr., John L. // National Catholic Reporter;4/4/2003, Vol. 39 Issue 22, p3
Reports on the antiwar demonstrations and peace march by Catholics led by the Pope against the U.S.-led war on Iraq in March 2003 at Via del Fori in Rome, Italy. Catholic opinion over the causes, consequences and justification of the war; Denouncement of the war by Catholic leaders across the...
- Worldwide Peace Movement Ignored by Media. Mantilla, Karla // Off Our Backs;Mar/Apr2003, Vol. 33 Issue 3/4, p8
Reports on the worldwide protest done by peace movements in February 15, 2003. Estimated number of participants at the demonstration; Opposition to U.S. President George W. Bush's plan to wage a war against Iraq; Mass media coverage of the protest.
- Thousands demand end to US wars. // Green Left Weekly;3/31/2010, Issue 832, p21
The article reports on the anti-war demonstration on March 20, 2010 at the White House in Washington, D.C. converging around 10,000 people to mark the seventh anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion to Iraq.
- A Visitation. Rufft, Ellen // America;10/22/2007, Vol. 197 Issue 12, p19
The article describes the author's experience in a war protest for Iraq in the U.S. where she met a young man and an older woman from Iraq. The woman and the young man thanked the group who are protesting the war in Iraq and advocating peace. The woman was a medical doctor and had just arrived...