Audio and Video Files

Debra Sweet on George W. Bush's Confession

Debra Sweet, Director of World Can't Wait, speaking on WBAI-NYC on November 8th about George Bush's new book, torture, and silent complicity.

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Unjust Wars and Occupations, and WikiLeaks - Speaking Out on Talk Radio

Stephanie Tang from World Can't Wait joined anti-war veterans Josh Stieber and Ethan McCord on the Lettieri & Poole show, KGO Newstalk Radio (San Francisco) Saturday August 21, for a talk about the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and WikiLeaks.

Josh and Ethan were in Iraq with Bravo Company 2-16, the unit whose Apache helicopter attack on civilians is now known to the world thanks to the Wikileaks "Collateral Murder" video. Ethan is seen in that video, carrying a wounded Iraqi child to find a medic. After returning from Iraq, Josh and Ethan wrote An Open Letter of Reconciliation and Responsibility to the Iraqi People: From Current and Former Members of the US Military.

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Stephanie Tang on KPFA: the Significance of the Wikileaks Revelations and Our Responsibility to Get the Truth Out

Originally broadcast Monday August, 16. At 6:30" in, Stephanie Tang of the SF Bay Area Chapter of World Can't Wait is interviewed about showing Collateral Murder outside in public: 


Debra Sweet on the Army Experience Center Protests and Arrests

Debra Sweet, Director of The World Can't Wait, appeared on the Rob Kall Podcast 5/26/10.

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We talk about the planning , actions, arrest, incarceration and trial and then about her experience as an activist for more than 40 years, since she was a teen, including the time she told Nixon, face to face, that he was a murderer of millions and how he and the world's press responded.

Here's a pic of the six protesters with their attorney Paul Hetznecker. Photo: Rob Kall

Army Experience Center Protesters



World Can't Wait mobilizes people living in the United States to stand up and stop war on the world, repression and torture carried out by the US government. We take action, regardless of which political party holds power, to expose the crimes of our government, from war crimes to systematic mass incarceration, and to put humanity and the planet first.