Windows and Mirrors in San Francisco
WINDOWS AND MIRRORS: Reflections on the War in Afghanistan is a traveling exhibit that makes a powerful statement on a nearly invisible reality. The 18 panels created by international and US artists help us imagine the experience of Afghan civilians – from death and destruction to hopes for peace.
WINDOWS AND MIRRORS (www.windowsandmirrors.org ) comes to San Francisco and Oakland, October 6-28. Exhibit is in Kalmanovitz Hall, University of San Francisco, 7 am - 8pm, Monday through Friday.
Thursday, October 13, 7 pm
McLaren Conference Center, Room 252
"Counter-terrorism to Counter-insurgency and After: Exit Strategies for Afghanistan" -- Keally D. McBride, Assoc. Professor of Politics, Chair of Peace and Justice Studies, USF, and and Matt Southworth, President DC Chapter IVAW and Friends Committee on National Legislation staff
Thursday, October 20, 7 pm
"Institution Building and Civil Society"
Maraschi Room in Fromm Hall, USF
Featuring Suraya Sadeed, Help the Afghan Children; Peter Lems, American Friends Service Committee, Dr. Stephen Zunes, USF
Co-sponsored by afghans for Afghans
Visits by groups are encouraged. Please contact Sandra Schwartz (SSchwartz@afsc.org) for arrangements.
Please contact Sandra Schwartz for for more info or to arrange a group tour.