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Audio of Forum on War and Impeachment

Audio of Forum on War and Impeachment

From Charlottesville Podcasting Network: On March 13, the Charlottesville Center for Peace and Justice co-sponsored a Town Forum on the War in Iraq to mark the third anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. CPN now presents a slightly edited version of the three hour event as a public service. Thanks to CPN Volunteer Sean McCord for gathering the sound.

Go here:

http://www.cvillepodcast.com/?p=234

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(00:00 - 00:30) - CPN Intro
(00:30 - 01:40) - Sue Chase, Charlottesville Center for Peace and Justice
(01:40 - 08:00) - Bill Anderson, CCPJ Co-Chair
(08:00 - 20:00) - Al Weed, candidate for Virginia’s Fifth Congressional District
(20:00 - 21:00) - Sue Chase introduces David Swanson as moderator
(21:00 - 35:30) - David Swanson of Progressive Democrats of America and Impeach.PAC
(35:30 - 52:00) - Ray McGovern, Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity
(52:00 - 1:03:00) - Lt. Col. Karen Kwiatkowski, Office of the Secretary of Defense on Near East South Asia Policy
(1:03:00 - 1:12:00) - Tia Steele, Gold Star Families Speak Out
(1:12:00 - 1:29:00) - Eman Ahmad Khamas, Woman’s rights activist from Baghdad
(1:29:00 - 1:42:00) - Gael Murphy, Code Pink

http://www.cvillepodcast.com/?p=234

Click on "Listen Now" and then drag the cursor to the portion you want to listen to.

Newspaper article about the event:
http://www.afterdowningstreet.org/?q=node/8884


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