The Cost of War, the Price of Peace:
Hard Questions About U.S. War in Afghanistan
Drawing from recent experiences of living in Afghanistan for a month at a time , Kathy Kelly,
(who returned from her eighth visit to Afghanistan in August 2012) will present perspectives
of Afghan Peace Volunteers on prospects for their future in relation to NATO and the U.S. 21st
Kathy and her companions at Voices for Creative Nonviolence have steadily researched
consequences of drone attacks, night raids and aerial bombings in Afghanistan.
Through maps, photos and 3 minute videos, Kelly will consider some of the reasons why the
U.S. government plans to continue U.S. military presence in Afghanistan until 2024 and beyond.
She will also talk about responsible nonviolent resistance to U.S. warfare.
Voices for Creative Nonviolence
First Universalist Church – 345 Broadway, Rockland
Sponsored by the Midcoast Peace and Justice Group
Thursday, August 23 at 7:00 PM
This event is free and open to the public – for more information call 691-0322