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CUNY.edu: Afghan War Casualties Memorialized Through the Eyes of World Artists and Afghan Youth

FLUSHING, NY: Civilian casualties are commemorated in Windows and Mirrors: Reflections on the War in Afghanistan, a traveling exhibition coming to the Godwin-Ternbach Museum for the second stop on its cross-country tour. The show features fifty 4’ x 6’ panels on parachute fabric made by an international group of artists, including participants from Queens College. The exhibition also introduces images collected by Dr.

Dorchester MA Reporter.com: Interfaith Breakfast in Observance of Survivors of Homicide Victims Month

Tue, 11/30/2010 - 8:30am

Join the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute for an Interfaith Discussion and Dialogue Breakfast in Observance of Survivors of Homicide Victims Awareness Month, November 20-December 20.

Suggested Resources on Peacebuilding

The following are peace resources suggested the Iowa Peacebuilding staff:

Silent Screams -- A movie about drone attacks by Karla Hansen
http://www.silentscreams.info/

For more info, please contact Kathleen McQuillen, AFSC Iowa Coordinator, at KMcquillen@afsc.org or 515-274-4851, ext. 22.

Moving Toward a Nonviolent World

Sunday, December 5, 2010 - 5:00pm

 

Presentation Goals               

  • Overview of  Michigan Peace Team’ vision, mission, and nonviolent tools
  • Share about our work in Palestine
  • Explore how we can make a Des Moines peace team happen  

Presenters: Martha Larsen and Liz Walters

New Haven Advocate: Afghanistan: What's Next? ... After A Decade of War

Panel discussion about the effects of the wars on our national security and immediate and long-term costs to civilians and soldiers. Guest speakers: Anne Mulderry from September 11th Familis for Peaceful Tomorrows and Jeff Napolitano of the American Friends Service Committee.
Nov 21 2010
Unitarian Society of New Haven
700 Hartford Turnpike
Hamden
CT

Jakarta Globe: Workshop Schools Timor Press on Peace Reporting

Jakarta. A two-day journalism workshop on promoting peace in conflict regions is set to begin today in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara.

Thirty journalists from print and electronic media publications in West Timor will take part in the workshop, which is being organized by the Kupang chapter of the Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI) and the American Friends Service Committee.

DallasNews.com: Protest organized around Bush library groundbreaking

 

Anti-war protesters gathered on the SMU campus Monday, calling for former President George W. Bush to be arrested for war crimes. The rally was designed to coincide with festivities surrounding this week's groundbreaking for the former president's library being built on campus.

Concord (NH) Monitor: Budget Advice for Gregg: For cuts, look to military spending

The AFSC's Arnie Alpert writes in an open letter/opinion article to  U.S. Sen. Judd Gregg:

The recommendations from Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles, co-chairs of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility, released last Wednesday, include some interesting ideas. But they stray from the major factors which drove up the deficit over the past decade. As you and the other members of commission complete your work in the next two weeks, we hope you will focus on reversing tax cuts, decreasing military spending, and ending the recession.

DailyHerald (IL).com: Harper play offers perspectives on human cost of war

More than 200 pairs of boots belonging to Illinois soldiers killed in Afghanistan and Iraq will be onstage as part of Harper College’s fall production of “Bury the Dead,” a play offering perspectives from major U.S. military conflicts dating to World War I.

The production, which opens a day after Veterans Day on Friday, Nov. 12 tells the story of six dead soldiers who rise from the grave, asking to rejoin the living.

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