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Salute to fallen soldiers in area in November
Eyes Wide Open National Exhibit - photo by Photo provided.
Because of the growing number of U.S. casualties, the Eyes Wide Open National Exhibit has become too large for the American Friends Service Committee to tour.
Instead, the AFSC will split the exhibit into 50 state exhibits to continue the work of bringing Eyes Wide Open into smaller communities across the country. Working with AFSC offices, Quaker meetings and peace groups across the country, the state exhibits feature the boots of the soldiers from their home states in addition to a memorial to the Iraqi civilian casualties.
This traveling exhibit is a memorial to those who have fallen and a witness to our belief that no war can justify its human cost.

 “Eyes Wide Open”
 in Georgia (2007)
Marietta: Nov. 9
Suate: Nov. 10
Athens, Nov. 11
Statesboro, Nov. 12
Savannah, Nov. 13
Brunswick, Nov. 14
Americus, Nov. 15
Macon, Nov. 16
Columbus, Nov. 17
The Georgia Tour will feature an exhibit of army boots, a memorial art exhibit to the Iraqi civilian casualties, and music by Atlanta folk artist, Witt Wisebram, wittwisebram. A local artist from each stop will be included.
The exhibit in Brunswick will be sponsored by GlynnPeace: Citizens to End the War in Iraq,
For more information, contact Cathy Browning at (912) 996-6523 or
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