And even more are needed. Each day brings new revelations and new outrages. Drones ... Pakistan ... Libya ... and on and on ....
|U.S./NATO OUT of AFGHANISTAN|
Teach-in prior to demonstration on 10th anniversary of the invasion
It would be good if we could present this whole collection of learning opportunities -- this "virtual antiwar university" -- in a way that captures the public's imagination. Particularly since the occupy movement has done so much to mobilize people, to wake them up, and to lead them to ask, "How can I use the months ahead in a way that allows us to come back even stronger in the spring?"
Is there an opportunity to elevate this into something bigger than isolated teaching events? How could we make something like this happen?
(See VAU Afghanistan 101: US War Crimes )
(See FIRE AND BLAST: A Curriculum that Confronts Nuclear Danger?)
(See 2013 = 1984 ? )
(See Feb 4 - Resources about Iran )