Below you will find NOAC website features of the past including forum and conference details, interviews, etc.
February 12, 2004: Clarence Thomas on "Iraqi workers denied basic democratic rights under the occupation"
December 20, 2003 Rally -- "Home for the Hollidays! Bring the troops home now!
Read the poems "A.W.O.L." and "Brigid Mulrooney's Condolences" by Katie Daley
One person's observations
Also, in the Multimedia section, Photos!
NOAC's One-Year Report
Between November 2002 and November 2003, NOAC helped sponsor many anti-war activities. Read about them and the develpment of the group here.
FORUM ON IRAQ, U.S. AND THE U.N.
On October 9, 2003, NOAC hosted a forum to discuss issues surrounding the current occupation of Iraq by the U.S. government. The link above will
provide details of the event, background readings given by the two speakers, Jerry Gordon and Lyn Vaughn, and a
summarization of Jerry Gordon's spoken viewpoints.
Thanking UFPJ and ANSWER for Uniting
This statement from NOAC, submitted September 23, 2003, thanks UFPJ and ANSWER for uniting in opposing the war and
occupation of Iraq for the October 25 March on Washington. NOAC had previously sent out a statement asking national
anti-war groups to unite on this manner.
Online Interview with Mano Singham
In August, 2003, NOAC members sent in questions to Mano Singham, an activist and physics professor at Case.
Going to the link above will take you to that interview. You will also find links to two of his articles
for the magazine Counterpunch as well as a biosketch.
Iraq, U.S. Foreign Policy, and the Domestic Consequences of "UNENDING WAR"
This conference was held on June 14, 2003. Using the link above, you will have access to the details of the conference, bio sketches of the
two speakers, Robert B. Charlick and Gene Bruskin, and links to background readings provided by these speakers.
Report from the United for Peace & Justice [UFPJ] Conference
On June 6-8, 2003, NOAC member Diane Schurr attended this conference in Chicago and submitted this report. Thanks Diane!