[Vision2020] Eyes Wide Open

Miel Mani mielmani at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 25 14:36:33 PDT 2006

  This week the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) will honor fallen National Guard personnel and Iraqi civilians with its traveling memorial EYES WIDE OPEN:  THE HUMAN COST OF WAR.
  WHEN:  8 am to 6 pm September 26 and 27 (Tuesday and Wednesday)
  WHERE:  UI  campus Admin. lawn
  The AFSC, an international Quaker social justice organization, created this exhibit to illustrate the lives lost in Iraq during this war. The Eyes Wide Open exhibit, which first opened in Chicago with 500 pairs of boots in January 2004, continues to grow as the death toll rises. The national exhibit now includes more than 2,400 pairs of combat boots representing U.S. military casualties, along with over 3,000 pairs of shoes memorializing a small fraction of the Iraqi civilians who have been killed in the conflict. Smaller exhibits are on display in over a dozen states. 
  Please consider taking time out your busy day to drop by and see this powerful exhibit, which is co-sponsored by the Palouse Peace Coalition.
  Miel Mani


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