From Ferguson to Gaza, we can see how militarism directly impacts all of our lives. The images on display here are part of a new AFSC traveling exhibit that examines the effects of militarism at both the foreign and domestic policy levels. It also highlights alternatives and positive nonviolent solutions.
For information about hosting or attending an exhibit please contact Mary Zerkel at firstname.lastname@example.org
They say that other country over there, dim blue in the twilight, farther than the orange stars exploding over our roofs, is called peace, but who can find the way?
This time, we cannot cross until we carry each other. All of us refugees, all of us prophets. No more taking turns on history's wheel, trying to collect old debts no one can pay. The sea will not open that way.
This time, that country is what we promise each other, our rage pressed cheek to cheek until tears flood the space between, until there are no enemies left, because this time no one will be left to drown and all of us must be chosen.
This time it's all of us or none.
—AURORA LEVINS MORALES
WRITER, ACTIVIST, HISTORIAN, HEALER, REVOLUTIONARY