As citizens concerned with social justice and the deteriorating
situation in Iraq, we have conceived a program that we hope will
draw attention to the devastation of war and economic sanctions
on the people of Iraq. We hope to expose the genocide and moral
bankruptcy of U.S. foreign policy regarding people in Iraq, especially
Many people in America know little about what actually goes on
in Iraq other than what the government-controlled media tells them.
Many Americans are misinformed about the effects that government
policy has on the civilian population. Bringing the truth to the
public attention is our program’s objective.
We organize exhibitions of the works
of Japanese photojournalist, Takashi Morizumi.
The photos of this fine photographer
deal with the horrors and ravages of war and economic sanctions
in Iraq. The photo exhibition made its debut in the San Francisco
Bay Area in 2002.
We also distribute books,
videos, and other educational material that is related to war on
civilians in Iraq.
As part of our mission, we are exposing the use of DU
weapons worldwide.We are working with other organizations toward
a ban on the manufacture and use of DU weapons worldwide.
After identifying all locations where DU bombs were dropped, the
US government must remove all contaminated material and clean up
the environment in all affected areas of Iraq and other countries.
The US government must take full responsibility for the use of DU
weapons in Iraq, the Balkans, and other areas of conflict. The US
government must pay for the medical evaluation and treatment of
the DU affected children, and compensate the parents of the sick
and dying children.