“Eyes Wide Open” coming back to Chicago

from afsc.org:

The Eyes Wide Open exhibition is a multimedia journey through the words, images, and sounds of the Iraq war. Visitors move through a vivid memorial to the war’s soldier and civilian victims, a searing exposure of the statements told to the U.S. public to justify the war, a compelling outline of what the war is costing us at home, and finally to an interactive, easy way to contribute their voices to changing our country’s course toward peace.

The exhibit’s path is taking it back through Chicago starting tomorrow through the 18th. You can check it out at Federal Plaza if you missed it the first time around.

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