Cindy Sheehan may have ended her summer vigil at the president's ranch in Crawford, Texas, but she is taking her anti-war activism to colleges/universities by participating in public speaking and public programs across the nation. New York, NY (PRWEB via PR Web Direct) September 14, 2005 -- There are moments in history when the courageous actions of one individual act to galvanize a movement whether for civil rights, women's rights, pro-democracy, or against a war. The summer of 2005 will forever be remembered with one mother's vigil for her lost son at President Bush's ranch in Crawford, Texas. Cindy Sheehan has re-energized the nation's anti-war movement with her unflagging desire to meet with the president to ask: What is the noble cause for which my son died in Iraq? Cindy Sheehan has become a national symbol of the powerless confronting the powerful, of a mother mourning the loss of her child and seeking answers from the nation's commander-in-chief, the man who made the case for the war in which her son lost his life. Sheehan's activism has not ended with the president returning to Washington after his vacation. She is now involved in public speaking to groups around the country: one mother with one voice and one mission to find a way to bring our troops home and spare other parents the grief of losing a child in an unjust war. For additional information on Cindy Sheehan and her public speaking availability, visit www.speakingmatters.org. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2005/9/prweb284918.htm ------ You couldn't pay ME to let her speak somewhere.