[act-ma] Oct 24: Beyond the Green Zone with Dahr Jamail, Unembedded Iraq War Journalist
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BEYOND THE GREEN ZONE
Dispatches from an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq with:
DAHLIA WASFI, MD
7pm on October 24, 2007
@ University of Massachussets-Boston
Attend a forum with journalist Dahr Jamail, author of the
new book *Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches from an
Unembedded Journalists in Occupied Iraq* (Haymarket Books, 2007)
Sponsored by Haymarket Books and In These Times
PRAISE FOR DAHR JAMAIL AND BEYOND THE GREEN ZONE
"While the powerful media conglomerates embedded on
the ground with the invading and occupying forces,
Jamail embedded with the suffering people of Iraq and
uncovered the horrors of this war of 'liberation.'
Dahr Jamail is the conscience of American war
reporting, the quintessential unembedded reporter."
Jeremey Scahill, author, Blackwater
"Every conflict spawns a handful of journalists who
are willing to not only brave the war zone but to seek
out the stories ignored by the press pack. The Iraq
War has brought us Dahr Jamail."
Mother Jones magazine
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dahr Jamail is an independent journalist who has
covered the Middle East for more than four years. He
has reported extensively from inside Iraq and has also
reported from Syria, Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan.
Jamail writes for the Inter Press Service, The Asia
Times, and many other outlets. His reports have been
published in the Nation, The Sunday Herald, The
Guardian, Foreign Policy in Focus, and The
Independent, among other publications.
On radio as well as television, Jamail has reported
for Democracy Now!and numerous other stations around
the globe. Jamail is also special correspondent for
Flashpoints (KPFK Radio/Pacifica).
Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches from an Unembedded
Journalist in Iraq, with a forward by Amy Goodman, is
his first book.
DAHLIA WASFI, MD, grew up in Iraq before moving to the
United States with her family in 1977. In 2006, Dahlia traveled
back to Iraq to witness the occupation and is now speaking out
about her experiences there.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
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