Geoff Millard is a native of Buffalo NY who after spending 8 years in Washington DC has moved to the Bay area. He spent 9 years in the US military (to include 13 months in Iraq and time at ground zero following 9-11) and now is an expert on veteran issues especially homelessness. DC Chapter President/co-founder and Chair of the Board of Directors are just two of the positions he has held with IVAW. Millard helped to organize some of IVAWs most powerful actions to include OFC and Winter Soldier.
Geoff is now working for Swords to Plowshares and is working on a campaign to help veterans with bad paper.
Demilitarization as Rehumanization
By: Clare Bayard Date Published: March 11, 2011 Published In: Left Turn
The antiwar movement never died. The movement has shifted to the work of long-term, community-based organizing to mount a comprehensive challenge to US militarism. This work...
Hey IVAW members & supporters this is a message from one of our biggest supporters and top 40 artist Michael Franti.
“In 2004 I flew to Iraq and played music on the streets of Baghdad for both Iraqi civilians and U.S. Soldiers. I saw the unique and stressful situation soldiers are in each day, trying to connect with a civilian population...
G.I. Coffeehouse Internship at Under the Hood Café
National G.I. Coffeehouse Network Internship Program
We are a national network of supporters of G.I. Coffeehouses created by veterans and civilian allies to provide a welcoming place for servicemembers off-base and to offer resources to vets and servicemembers on their rights and...