***For now, Campus Progress is not updating this site, but we are keeping it on the web as a tribute to men and women who have worked for an end to this conflict, including those who have served there. We support the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq and a peaceful solution to the conflict.
Reveals the devastating effects of the Bush Administration's policy on Iraq
Presents the gut-wrenching experiences of war through poetry.
Straight from the front lines in Iraq. War Tapes is the first war movie filmed by soldiers.
Follow young Americans in recruitment, training, combat, and the struggle to reintegrate.
Experience the complex realities of the situation in Iraq told through the first-hand experience of the troops.
One of the countless human stories that lies behind the headlines of the war.
An inside look at the abuses that occurred at the Iraqi prison in the fall of 2003.
Voices of American troops, read by the families of ten men and women killed in action.
Join the Campus Progress Iraq Campaign and get news, event information and action alerts. If you want to know more, if you want to help us advance the campaign, if you want signs for your rally or window, etc. get in touch. Email us here to get in touch.
The war in Iraq continues into its fifth year with no end in sight. Do you want some tips, talking points, sample op-eds, action ideas, and more to help jumpstart antiwar activism on your campus or in your community? Then download our newest Iraq Action Toolkit here.
Bring into sharp focus the realities on the ground in Iraq. Campus Progress can deliver award-winning films about the war and help you organize speaker panels that include war veterans, elected officials, policy experts, activists, and film directors.
You can mobilize students on your campus, and we can help. Campus Progress offers ideas for action, posters, communications and messaging advice, and access to policy experts. We even offer grants of $200 to $1,000 to students working on innovative and hard-hitting education and advocacy campaigns on the Iraq war.
Almost five years ago, the Bush Administration launched its war in Iraq. Now there are nearly 4000 Americans dead and 28,000 wounded, and tens of thousands of Iraqis killed. The violent conflict continues with no end in sight.
Do something about it. Sign up for a substantive and exciting few days of education, training, and action at Campus Progress’ upcoming Iraq Action Camp in Washington, DC from March 15-17, 2008.
This year’s camp will help to prepare students not only for the upcoming fifth anniversary antiwar activities, but also for longer term movement building when they return home to their campus and community. Do you want to join a committed group of young people for the 2008 Iraq Action Camp?
The Iraq Action Camp is offered free of charge, and some funds are available to assist with student travel expenses. Click here to apply.
With 50 screenings in spring and fall 2007, Campus Progress continues the Iraq Film Project into 2008 with even more screenings. Click here to look for screenings near you. Email Arielle to plan a screening on your campus or visit our online guide to planning a film event.