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Moral Balance Sheets
President William G. Sinkford of the UUA wrote to President Bush and Congress in March 2007 (PDF) and again in September 2007 (PDF) asking them what the true price of war is.
Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Talking Points on the War
A lot has happened with Iraq since President Obama took the oath of office. Learn how to approach the conversation of Iraq with these handy talking points (PDF).
Welcoming Veterans and Military Families
Whether we support or oppose the war, as Unitarian Universalists it is important that we give our care and respect to those in our congregations and communities who risk their lives in service our country.
Stand Up Congress is a virtual
headquarters for moving congress to end the war in Iraq.
The Win Without War Coalition has many useful resources, including interviews with key anti-war activists.
The Friends Committee on National Legislation is one the UUA's closest allies in our efforts to bring about a new foreign policy.
Iraq for Sale uncovers the connections between private corporations making a killing in Iraq and the
decision makers who allow them to do so.
The Ground Truth tells the story of the Iraq Occupation through the soldiers
that have returned.
Operation Homecoming is built upon a project of the National Endowment of the Arts, which explores the unique experiences of Iraq servicemen and women through their own words.
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