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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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Self Organizing in the Name of the Powerless

      Debra Sweet is the Director of World Can’t Wait, an organization that has focused on a range of issues related to the wars of the past decade. She’s based in NYC, where many groups are mobilizing around … Continue reading

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STEPPING OUTSIDE FOR PEACE

This spring, twelve months after 10 Years + Counting was imagined at lunch during the Costs of War Residency at Blue Mountain Center, BMC hosted a conference to make 10YAC real and make it count: How could we use art … Continue reading

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Costs of War in Conversation: Judy Byron’s “What Matters”

In her installation piece What Matters, artist and activist Judy Byron pairs women in conversation to discuss “what matters” to them. Byron then produces 3-D portraits of her participants, accompanied by audio recordings of their dialogue, which are displayed together in an installation inviting … Continue reading

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