Stacy Bannerman is the author of WHEN THE WAR CAME HOME: The Inside Story of Reservists and the Families They Leave Behind (Continuum Publishing, 2006) and was a charter Board member of Military Families Speak Out (MFSO). When her husband was mobilized with the Army National Guard in 2003, Stacy began speaking out against the war, and has emerged as a national leader on the human costs of the war in Iraq. Stacy has testified before several Congressional committees. She authored and secured unanimous passage of the Military Family Task Force in Oregon, believed to be the first in the nation. Stacy’s peace work includes serving as the Executive Director of the Martin Luther King Jr. Outreach Center, and co-creating and producing a human rights multimedia campaign that remains unique to the Pacific Northwest and was nominated for an advertising award.