USE THIS FILM FOR PEACE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE, POSITIVE CHANGE, AND POLITICAL REFORM

Let My Country Awake
chronicles American opposition to the 2003 war on Iraq. Filmed in San Francisco, New York, Washington and Los Angeles, this documentary features congressional representatives, political activists, celebrities and concerned citizens. The film reveals dramatic predictions for consequences now being felt as a result of the Bush Administration's rush to war.

The film was created in response to blatant unbalanced reporting that mis-represented the actual extent of opposition by millions of Americans in concert with millions worldwide, to the Bush administration's rationale for war. In the film, Julian Bond exposes the early lies of the Bush administration and calls for regime change at home. Angela Davis attacks Bush's pre-emptive strike policy. Desmond Tutu applauds the voice of the people, equating it with the voice of God, as they rally for peaceful solutions rather than war.

We are self-distributing this film as a fundraising tool. Screen it at community centers, churches, veterans’ centers, libraries, on cable access channels, at political gatherings and in private homes. Download the ACTION PLAN KIT from the Action Forum section of this website. The kit includes a sample script to aid screening moderators, a flyer, a press release, and a sample Action Plan to help focus discussion on community mobilization strategies. The printed materials can be modified to include any organization’s information and logo.