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DJ Spooky Endorses 10 YAC

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A Brief History of My Reactivism: An Interview with Michael S. Moore

Michael S. Moore is a California artist. He spoke with 10 Years + Counting’s Sandy Maliga about his essay, A Brief History of My Reactivism. [SM] Please describe the project. [MM]  The “project” is my ongoing response to America’s war[s] … Continue reading

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Dancing Our Way to Healing

Several weeks ago I sat on the floor of Studio 300 in the Barbara Barker Center for Dance at the University of Minnesota. All throughout grade school, middle school and most of high school I dreamed of becoming a ballet … Continue reading

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War, Imperialism, and #Occupywallstreet

10 Years + Counting talked with organizer Prachi Patankar about the South Asia Solidarity Initiative and War Resisters League‘s call to action at Zuccotti Park. Below is the group’s invitation, followed by an interview with Prachi about the work they do: October … Continue reading

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An Open Letter on the Word “Foreign”

Kevin Buckland of 350.0rg shared his recent article with 10 Years + Counting connecting the cost of war to the KeystoneXL for Tar Sands Action: To Whom it May Concern – [Please note: This letter about the war will be written … Continue reading

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The War and Wall Street

October 5, 2011 This week will be an exceptional one. It will mark a decade at war and the beginning, perhaps, of a sustained, cross-issue, multi-generational struggle to create real change in this country we care so much about. Take … Continue reading

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An Enduring Aftermath: An Interview with Nina Berman, Documentary Photographer

Minneapolis curator and arts writer Tricia Khutoretsky interviews photographer Nina Berman for 10 Years + Counting. Nina begun taking photographs 10 years ago, and has since been working on ongoing documentation of America since the invasion of Afghanistan. Photographs are … Continue reading

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