Let’s not bomb Iraq

The Millennial generation grew up with the Iraq War. We grew up with our classmates being shipped off to fight faraway battles. We grew up watching Operation Iraqi Freedom unfold on our television screens, later on our internet browsers and some of us fought on the front lines. By the time the war finally “ended” in December 2011, many of us who had been in middle school when the first bombs fell were old enough to watch the footage of US troops and equipment rolling out of the country while sipping a beer at our local bar…

This piece was co-authored with Richard Fowler, Marcus Banks and Rich Webster. Read it in its entirety at Huffington Post.

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