Cindy Sheehan

Gold Star Mother For Peace

Previously Aired On: May 9, 2007 – Listen to this Show!

Cindy Sheehan, is the internationally known anti-war activist whose son Casey died in Iraq. Sheehan gained national attention in early August 2005 when she traveled to President Bush’s Prairie Chapel Ranch just outside Crawford, Texas, during his five-week vacation retreat there. Demanding a meeting with the President and an explanation of the “noble cause” for which her son died, she created a peace camp called Camp Casey by pitching a tent by the side of the road and announced her intention to stay, day and night, for the full five weeks, or until such a meeting was granted. She has also promised that, if she was not granted a second meeting, she will return to Crawford each time Bush visits there in the future.

Since the first Camp Casey, Cindy has established or inspired similar camps and protests all over the USA. Her journeys on behalf of the Peace Movement have taken her all over the world – Australia, South America, Europe. In all her travels and talks, she touches on how the president has betrayed the American people and exploited the brave men and women in uniform to bring more profit to his friends. “My goal is to bring our troops home to try and save another mother from going through what I am going through.”

Cindy’s latest book is Peace Mom: A Mother’s Journey Through Heartache To Activism. Visit Gold Star Families For Peace to learn of Cindy and her organization’s efforts.

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