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Here are reviews of Meeting Face to Face.
"How beautiful it is to see working people from Iraq meeting face to face with working people in the United States to discuss how to end the illegal war and occupation of Iraq, a war that started in the board rooms of Carlyle, Halliburton and other war profiteers. Every worker in America needs to see this film."
--Former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney
"Each day as the news from Iraq gets worse, the mainstream media present the same pundits who defended the invasion. Today they say they may have made mistakes then, but now we have no choice but to stay the course.
But we rarely hear from the Iraqi people. Here at last is a documentary about workers in Iraq, their concerns and their views."
-- Public Employees Press, April 2006
District Council 37, AFSCME
"Iraq labor leaders film a must-see
"These [Iraqi] union leaders want the U.S. military presence in Iraq to end now. They say it is the main source of instability. They take that position even though, as the film shows, they are quite cognizant of the risks to themselves, to their members and to independent trade unions should the United States withdraw ...
"Don’t expect the movie to come to a theater near you any time soon. But it is available on DVD. Go online to meetingfacetoface.org for more information."
-- New York Teacher, publication of the United Federation of Teachers, AFT Local 2, New York City public schools, May 11, 2006