Afghanistan

Report Card on U.S. War in Afghanistan

After nine years of war and too many vigils and rallies how do you mark yet another year of futile, tragic war? AFSC staff and volunteers in Kansas City decided to issue a “Report Card on the U.S. War in Afghanistan.”

The Report Card evaluates performance and progress in nine years of war and the impact the war has had on the Afghan people, U.S. troops and the U.S. economy.

Report Card

Report Card on Nine Years of the U.S. War in Afghanistan

Die-In to Protest the War in Afghanistan

Thursday, October 21, 2010 - 5:00pm

There are far too many people dying in Afghanistan...

Die - In, sponsored by Students Beyond War, co-sponsored by the Catholic Peace Ministry

Wear Black please (suggested, not required)

Bring our teenagers and adults home from Afghanistan -- Stop war, no more deaths, no more dollars .....

Train doctors and nurses, not soldiers.

War represents a total failure of the human spirit -- Robert Fisk

AFSC Atlanta blog: Banners Invade the Atlanta Sky

Today, on the 9th anniversary of the US invasion of Afghanistan, we began to receive reports of banners carrying messages of resistance against the seemingly endless war and occupation being dropping in prominent spots around the city. Many of the banners where made during a series of art parties that we hosted to help promote a day to defend public education in Georgia.

While the AFSC does not encourage the illegal dropping of banners we also do not condemn it.

March of the Dead flyer

Flyer to hand out on the street.  Designed to be copied double sided and cut into half sheets.

NH Peace Action Annual Dinner

Friday, November 5, 2010 - 6:00pm

Matthew Hoh, the first State Department official to resign in protest over U.S. policy in Afghanistan, will be the guest speaker at NH Peace Action's annual fundraiser.  Appetizers and cash bar.  Auction and raffle.  Tickets $35, $10 for students. 

Philadelphia Inquirer Weekend: Windows on a war

Windows on a war

It is the artists' treatment of subject matter that distinguishes their reflections on the war in Afghanistan and justifies serious attention being focused on the debut of their dynamic show "Windows and Mirrors," at Arch Street Meeting House (Windows and Mirrors is the second event listed).

Philadelphia City Paper Arts Pick: Windows & Mirrors

Zaher Wahab, an anthropology professor at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Ore., asked Afghan children to sketch their daily lives. The results, along with 45 memorial panels, comprise this traveling exhibit that's meant as a response to the gross under-coverage of the Afghan death toll since 2001. The AFSC's Mary Zerkel explains.

Windows and Mirrors: Action Toolkit

A digital toolkit to help you take action after seeing the Windows and Mirrors exhibit.

Report Card on Afgan War

Thursday, October 7, 2010 - 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Presentation of a Report Card on the U.S. War in Afghanistan and nine years of failure.

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