This touring exhibit includes 45 unique 4-foot by 6-foot panels created by artists memorializing Afghan civilian casualties, alongside images about living with war collected from Afghan schoolchildren. The exhibit opens in Philadelphia on October 7, the ninth anniversary of the war, and will include public programs each week.
A talk and slide show by Peter Lems, the Program Director for Education and Advocacy on Iraq and Afghanistan for the American Friends Service Committee. In December of 2008, Peter went to Afghanistan to visit with AFSC staff, contribute to a conflict assessment, and help design the organizations program work for the coming years.
BRING A BROWN BAG LUNCH (Dessert and beverages will be provided)
"If your Representative is on this list, they voted for the exit strategy amendment. Please visit or send your Representative a thank you note and ask that they now co-sponsor the Afghanistan exit strategy bill, if they don’t have “Bill Cosponsor” next to their name. In addition, you may want to thank your Representative publicly with a letter to the editor of your local paper."
A request to co-sponsor H.R. 2404, which would “require the Secretary of Defense to submit a report to Congress outlining the United States exit strategy for United States military forces in Afghanistan participating in Operation Enduring Freedom.”
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