Felicia Gustin

Felicia Gustin has been with War Times since the beginning. She currently works at SpeakOut, a national organization working primarily with colleges, universities, and high schools and dedicated to the advancement of education, racial and social justice, leadership development and activism.

She is a long-time activist in international solidarity, peace, racial justice and labor movements. She was a journalist for 10 years in Cuba and is currently working on several projects - an historical memoir and a poetry collection, among others.

Articles by this author

A U.S. airstrike at the edge of the city of Fallujah in the first hours of Operation Phantom Fury, November 8, 2004. (Credit: Airman Magazine/cc/flickr) Views
Monday, June 23, 2014
3 Reasons Why U.S. Strikes on Iraq (Again) Are a Terrible Idea
The U.S. war machine is on the move. Oh, the tragic irony – the George H.W. Bush warship moves into the Persian Gulf, poised to take military action as the situation in Iraq deteriorates. Calls for U.S. intervention grow louder. On one side we have the voices from the right, those who favor...
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