The largest protest in history

On February 15, 2003 over 15 million people marched against the war in Iraq, in over 800 cities around the world

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"The global protest against the Iraq War on 15 February 2003 was a pivotal moment in recent history, the consequences of which have gone unreported. Amir Amirani's We Are Many chronicles the struggle to shift power from the old establishment to the new superpower that is global public opinion, through the prism of one historic day. I urge you to support this film in whatever way you can."

- Oliver Stone
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If you protested that day, you made history. Join us and let the world know you were there.

We are making our documentary film about the global day of action on 15th February 2003. 

The film is partially funded by our successful Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign. We still need your help to keep the memory of February 15th 2003 alive! Please consider making a donation via JustGivingAll donations given through JustGiving by UK taxpayers will attract Gift Aid and be worth an extra 25 per cent at no cost to you.

Alternatively via JustTextGiving, simply text IRAQ77 £15 to 70070 with your mobile phone.

We Are Many is also sponsored by Film Forum in USA. If you are an American taxpayer, please donate through Film Forum, and your donation will be 100% tax-deductible.


We are building a community of everyone who marched on 15 February 2003.
Tell your story of the day. Share your media. Tell your friends about us.

We are gathering people's stories and memories of the day to commemorate this historic moment. With history seemingly repeating itself with the drumbeats of war against Iran, it is now more timely and important than ever to remember and learn the lessons of the past, and prevent another costly and catastrophic war. Our film, together with your stories, will make a big splash on the 10th anniversary in Feb 2013. So let's make a start now.

Tens of millions of people said "Not In Our Name" to warmongers on that day. Please share your own reflection and invite people you know who marched/were against the Iraq war to tell their stories too. We will select and film some of your stories for possible inclusion in We Are Many.

Let's inspire the new generation of people and do our part to bring peace to the world. Join Now!

Your Media

If you have footage, please join We Are Many to share it.

Making anti-war Speech at Montreal's biggest Demonstration ever in front of 150.000 peoples!
Misha Carders photo
Hyde Park, London 15/2/03
Hyde Park, London 15/2/03
Amy with baby Eleanor (3 and a half months old)
Tolpuddle Martyrs 175th anniversary 25th April 2009
Rachel Mulliner
15 Feb 03 Norwich Stop the War embankment Peter Offord
Peter Offord chair NStWC and Ellen
March 15/2/03
Rainbow Banner 15/2/03
Tanya, Alan and Al 15 Feb 2003
Peace is the only way

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“There will be millions of people who will never forget Saturday February 15 2003.”

“After the demonstrations of this weekend, there may still be two superpowers on the planet: the United States and world public opinion.”

“The demonstrations of February 15th was probably the largest one-day protest in history.”