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Announcement :: Politics
Breaking Ranks: Iraq, two views from the trenches
21 Mar 2005
(Boston, MA) Ford Hall Forum presents Breaking Ranks: Iraq, two views from the trenches with Mike Hoffman (founding member of Iraq Veterans Against the War) and Paul Rieckhoff (executive director and founder of Operation Truth); discussion moderated by Jay Harris (publisher of Mother Jones magazine) and facilitated by Scott Allen Miller (talk show host on AM 680 WRKO). Presented in collaboration with the WAND Education Fund and Mother Jones magazine and sponsored by AM 680 WRKO, Boston's Talk Station. Monday, April 4, at 6:30 pm. Presentation followed by an open discussion. Admission: free and open to all. Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, Boston, MA. Conveniently located near the State St. and Government Center stops on the MBTA. For information call Ford Hall Forum 617-373-5800 or visit
Mother Jones reported in a recent cover story about U.S. soldiers who have served in Iraq are speaking out on the war upon their return, and, in some cases, are refusing to go back. Join two Iraq war veterans, Mike Hoffman and Paul Rieckhoff, as they voice their concerns on the war. Hoffman, co-founder of Iraq Veterans Against the War, is an outspoken opponent of the war and the Bush administration's policies, and has emerged as a leader within the contemporary peace movement. Reickhoff's organization, Operation Truth, supports the troops - both active duty and veterans - by providing a place for returning front-line soldiers to document their experiences through first-hand reports, and by organizing support in Congress and the public for a military agenda that ensures the safety and well-being of active-duty soldiers and veterans alike.
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Re: Breaking Ranks: Iraq, two views from the trenches
22 Mar 2005
anyone know why this is sponsored by a conservative radio station and has a right-wing facilitator? is it a debate?