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 Dahr Jamail speaks of the increasingly desperate situation facing American soldiers and veterans
 Dahr Jamail
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Dahr Jamail, author of Beyond the Green Zone, brings us inside the movement of military resistance to the occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan. Since 2006, a majority in the United States have opposed the continued occupation of Iraq, and increasing skepticism surrounds the escalation in Afghanistan. But how do the soldiers who carry out the American occupations see their missions?

Fragmented reports of battalions refusing orders, of individual soldiers refusing redeployment and taking a public stand against the occupations have trickled into the mainstream reportage over the last five years. But how deep does the current of resistance run? What makes soldiers decide to go AWOL, file for conscientious objector status, and even serve sentences in military prison for their acts of refusal?
recorded by sparks
event sponsored by University of Alaska Anchorage, Alaskans for Palestine and Alaskans for Peace and Justice

 Dahr Jamail/Anchorage Alaska Download Program Podcast
speaking presentation in Anchorage Alaska
00:57:46 English 2009-11-16
 Anchorage Alaska
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