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This 27-minute documentary breaks through the media walls that keep Iraqi and labor voices out of the debate about the war in the United States. Meeting Face to Face brings the voices of Iraqi working people directly into the conversation as we consider the war and continuing occupation and what the next steps should be.
Meeting Face to Face follows six senior Iraqi labor leaders as they tour 25 U.S. cities speaking to union audiences, university forums, and community gatherings. We also see American working people bringing new energy and commitment to the movement for peace, social justice, and a humane foreign policy.
The Iraq-US Labor Solidarity Tour was sponsored and organized by U.S. Labor Against the War.
Download the Meeting Face to Face teacher's guide prepared by Mark Rothman, Ph.D.
Video from Winter Soldier: Iraq & Afganistan (March 13-16, 2008) is available at the website of the Iraq Veterans Against the War.
July 6, 2007 interview of Iraqi labor leaders in the U.S.:
Democracy Now! interviews Faleh Abood Umara and Hashmeya Muhsin Hussein.
June 13, 2007 interview from KPFA, in Berkeley, CA:
Building Bridges, National Edition