Events

When:

October 16, 2007
9:25–10:40 a.m.

Where:

UC Room 313
 
 
Tagged: Collaboration Project, Women, Peace and Justice Project

CODEPINK Presentation

Event


CODEPINK visually demonstrates the human toll of the war in Iraq through two exhibits. The first display consists of nearly 4000 pink ribbons, each one printed with the name and age of a U.S. soldier killed in Iraq. The second display brings together handmade remembrance panels that honor the victims of the Iraq War, both fallen soldiers and Iraqi civilians. The panels have been displayed all over the country and the Middle East. This is the first exhibit of the panels on Long Island! For more information contact codepinkli@aim.com.

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Co-sponsored by the Department of Political Science, the Gender Studies Program, and the Pre-Law Society

 
Tagged: Collaboration Project, Women, Peace and Justice Project
 
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