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Cost of War, Economic

Cost of War, Economic

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

The purpose of The Cost of War is to highlight the economic cost of the war and demand that Congress shift war funding to support human needs here and real solution in Iraq and Afghanistan. The display features 10 seven-foot banners that explore the one day cost of war and how that money could be better spent on human needs.

To read more about The Cost of War, please visit www.afsc.org/cost.

To find out how to bring The Cost of War to your community, please contact Erin Polley.

Pal youth

Please consider giving a special gift of $100 by June 30th, in recognition of AFSC’s nearly 100 years of building peace!