Iraq War

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Remembering Iraq Puppet Play

Written by Ira Harritt, AFSC Program Coordinator in Kansas City, this puppet play illustrates a few of the many deceptions leading up to the U.S. invasion of Iraq.

Eyes Wide Open-The Cost of War to Indiana

Wednesday, September 15, 2010 - 9:00am - 7:00pm

The Eyes Wide Open exhibit, created by the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), is a living memorial to the military personnel and civilians killed in Iraq and Afghanistan-- and a stark reminder of the human cost of war.
 
Eyes Wide Open: The Human Cost of War first opened in Chicago's Federal Plaza with just over 500 pairs of boots in January 2004. Since its last display on Memorial Day weekend 2007 with over 3,400 pairs of boots the exhibition has been divided into state displays to travel to smaller cities and towns.

Central Asian and Iraq Wars

Beena Sarwar: Pakistan - Challenges and Hope - Boston University, April 14, 2011

Speeches from "After September 11: Paths to Peace, Justice & Security" (December, 2001)

Kansas City Puppet Show Iraq War 7th anniversary March 2010

Kansas City puppet show -- 7th anniversary of Iraq War

AFSC in Kansas City marks the seventh anniversary of the Iraq War with a puppet show and more.

Building Hope for Iraq

An American Friends Service Committee PositionPaper on the United States and the International Community’s Obligations to the People of Iraq

US Policy

Failing Iraq/Failing at Home

Despite growing public opposition, Congress is repeating the mistake they made before the Iraq war began: giving President Bush an $87 billion green light for a muddled, unwinnable policy. Facing deep budget cuts, deficits and unmet needs at home, Americans are angry about war profiteering by U.S. corporations in Iraq. Last week's victories in Congress and the UN will lead us deeper into the quagmire without a fundamental change of course.

Cost of War, Economic

Illinois - The Cost of War

The Cost of War and Eyes Wide Open on display at Indiana University, Bloomington

Eyes Wide Open and The Cost of War on display at Indiana University, Bloomington.

The Cost of War

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