Tag Archives: the costs of war

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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Looking at War: An Essay on Why Art Matters

Minneapolis curator and arts writer Tricia Khutoretsky on why art matters: I’m not an army veteran. I’m not a politician. I’m not an activist or a lobbyist. I’ve never been to Afghanistan or Iraq. And yet, I can picture what … Continue reading

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What Am I/you/…what are WE…/ Waiting for, America?

Blue Mountain Center executive director Harriet Barlow reflects upon the mounting costs of 10 years of war, and where we stand today: In the midst of the consequence and sorrow of this 10th anniversary of the period between 9/11 and … Continue reading

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