Ann Wright is a former Army Reserve Colonel and Army veteran who resigned her post in opposition to the US invasion of Iraq in 2003. Ann received the State Department’s Award for Heroism due to her actions during the civil war in Sierra Leone. Since her resignation, she actively writes and speaks out for peace. She is the co-author of the book DISSENT: Voices of Conscience.
Jeju island and the war mindset in Asia and the Pacific
Jeju is called the Island of Peace, but in spite of seven years of constant large protests it's where the South...
Where your conscience can take you: North Korea
On 24 May, thirty women peacebuilders crossed the De-Militarized Zone that separates Korean families. Ann Wright...
"I protest": challenging the war policies of the United States
After serving in the US Army, and later as a diplomat, Colonel Ann Wright resigned her position in opposition to the...