Author and activist Sara Flounders will connect the dots between the turmoil in the Middle East, North Africa, and the U.S. Sara Flounders, activist and author, is the co-director of the International Action Center, founded by Ramsey Clark to oppose U.S. militarism, racism and war. She is an editor and co-author of 10 books that cover the brutal impact of U.S. policy in Iraq, Haiti, Colombia, Gaza, the role of U.S. corporate media, and the Pentagon’s use of radioactive depleted-uranium weapons. Currently organizing a report back from Libya tour, Sara has traveled extensively to targeted countries throughout the world and participated in international war tribunals, exposing the role of U.S. intervention and challenging media propaganda. Although Sara has spoken at universities throughout the world and appeared on CNN, FOX, ABC, BBC, RT News, Al Jazeera, Press TV, NPR and Pacifica Radio, her main role over many years is as a grassroots organizer because she believes the only way to make a real difference in the world is through collective effort at the grass roots level.
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