Tomorrow, April 18, is the eighth Iraq Moratorium. The Moratorium, held on the third Friday of each month, is a series of decentralized actions to protest the US occupation of Iraq. I encourage you to take some small, visible action to show your disapproval of this ongoing, senseless war.
At the Iraq Moratorium website, you can find a partial list of planned events, some suggestions for actions you can take on your own, and reports, photos and video from past Moratoriums.
I know it can be difficult to do something visible in your workplace or your community. You feel conspicuous, even embarrassed. Take a deep breath. Put a sign in your window, or your cubicle, or your rear window. Wear a black armband, and when people ask you about it, tell them why you're wearing it. Sit on a park bench holding a sign. When the day is done, you'll feel proud of yourself.
You can't stop a war by yourself, but you can join millions of others who are trying to stop it, together.