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.
Boots at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Collegeville.
Eyes Wide Open Across Pennsylvania, a part of AFSC's widely acclaimed exhibition on the Iraq War, explores the history, human cost and consequences of the war. The traveling exhibit includes an installation of pairs of boots honoring every U.S. military casualty in Pennsylvania, pairs of shoes to memorialize the Iraqis killed in the conflict, a multimedia display, and a dialogue and listening component.
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