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 МК "Медное" - член Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания

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СообщениеТема: МК "Медное" - член Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания   Ср Апр 20, 2011 12:40 am

Пять лет назад, в 2006 году, Мемориальный комплекс "Медное" был аккредитован в качестве действительного члена Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания.
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What Would You Do...
- If your rights were in peril?
- If you faced discrimination because of your race or religion?
- If your world seemed on the brink of destruction?


What Will You do...

- To change the world?
- To use the lessons of the past to shape the present?
- To create a more just future?

Explore these questions and more in the new online game America2049, created by the nonprofit human rights group Breakthrough. Launched on April 4, America2049 invites players to actively explore how the choices and challenges Americans now face will shape the future of the country, its democratic values and how to define the nation. Gamers will have to dig into the United States' past in order to decide to build a better future.

From April through June, eight Sites of Conscience across the US, including the Arab American National Museum, Jane Addams Hull-House Museum, and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, will offer real-world events to coincide with different themes that players encounter in the virtual game each week. Dates and exact events will be revealed as players uncover clues online.

Among the actors featured in America2049 are Victor Garber (Alias) and comedian Margaret Cho. Watch the game trailer here, or visit http://america2049.com to find instructions for joining "The Council on American Heritage" and starting your mission.
The International Coalition of Sites of Conscience is a worldwide network of historic sites dedicated to remembering past struggles for justice and addressing their contemporary legacies. More about us.
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СообщениеТема: Re: МК "Медное" - член Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания   Пт Апр 22, 2011 4:34 am



"Dear Friends and Colleagues,
The Coalition is pleased to announce our participation in two upcoming opportunities with the UMass Amherst Center for Heritage & Society.

First, the international conference “Why Does the Past Matter?” explores how preservation and heritage affect culture, economics, identity, ecology and civil society.

Co-sponsored by the Coalition, the conference brings together almost 200 speakers from 34 countries, including a Coalition representative at the session “Places of Memory and Sites of Conscience.”

The registration deadline is fast approaching; visit http://www.whydoesthepastmatter.org to learn more. The conference will be held May 4-7 in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Second, the International Coalition will be teaching two courses for the Center for Heritage and Society’s Summer Online Program. This program offers professional training courses on digital, intangible, and community-engaged heritage.

In classes taught by Program Director Sarah Pharaon and Founding Director Liz Sevcenko, learn strategies for exploring social justice issues at a heritage site and how to turn painful history into an opportunity for community collaboration and dialogue. Read more and register at http://www.umass.edu/chs/courses/online.html.

We hope you will take advantage of these great opportunities, and please feel free to contact our offices with any questions.

With best wishes,
International Coalition of Sites of Conscience Secretariat"
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СообщениеТема: Re: МК "Медное" - член Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания   Пт Апр 22, 2011 5:27 am

Цитата :
International Coalition of Sites of Conscience Secretariat?..

А в этой sekte, "совеститься" по Абу-Грейбу, Фукуоке и т.п. будут?

Концлагерь Цивилизации во Вьетнаме


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СообщениеТема: Re: МК "Медное" - член Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания   Пт Апр 22, 2011 6:08 am

Что-то начинает казаться, что этим "коллективным бессознательным" самое место в отстойнике, а не первых полосах форума ... Question scratch
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СообщениеТема: Re: МК "Медное" - член Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания   Пт Апр 22, 2011 6:24 am

Пускай тут будет.
Мангазеев - молодца. Предупредил об сборище узников паразитов sovesti. Почитаем чего они там пописывают.

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СообщениеТема: Re: МК "Медное" - член Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания   Вт Апр 26, 2011 8:47 am

Два других сообщения этого года.
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5 апреля 2011 в 15:32


Remembering

Guantánamo

A public memory symposium

April 28-29, 2011

columbia university In
The city of New York
The International Coalition of Sites of Conscience and Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights, University Seminar on History, Redress, and Reconciliation, and Oral History Research Office are pleased to invite you to participate in a symposium to build a public memory of the US naval base at Guantánamo Bay, April 28-29, 2011 at Columbia University.

“Remembering Guantánamo” will bring together historians, advocates, museum professionals, and others to explore 1) Guantánamo Bay as a “state of exception” in American politics and political culture; and 2) strategies for building public awareness of Guantánamo’s century-long history – its exceptional and commonplace uses and re-uses – to inspire civic engagement in what happens there next.

The symposium is part of the Guantánamo Public Memory Project, an effort of the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience to foster public engagement in the history of Guantánamo and its implications for the future. The 2011 symposium will include:
The latest scholarship on Guantánamo’s history as a “state of exception”
Creative media – from visual art to film to web design – sharing stories of the thousands of people who have lived, worked, and been detained at GTMO
Workshops to develop strategies and partnerships for engaging a broader public in GTMO’s recent past and longer history, including Gitmo 2.0 (a prototype web platform), an edited volume of essays, and curricula.
Click here to find an overview and agenda for the symposium.

For further information, please visit http://hrcolumbia.org/guantanamo/ and http://www.sitesofconscience.org/activities/conferences/en/.

We hope you’ll help shape this important venture. RSVP or direct any questions to bgabriel@sitesofconscience.org. Please forward this email to others who might be interested.


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February 2011

Protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square, February 10, 2011. Reuters/Dylan Martinez.

As calls for a break from past repressions ring out from Egypt to Libya, how can the lessons of history be tapped to envision new futures? What steps can historic Sites of Conscience in the Middle East and North Africa take to engage in democracy building? At this historic moment, will new Sites of Conscience such as Egypt's Tahrir Square, where so many protests took place, emerge?

At its first Middle East and North Africa Sites of Conscience workshop this May, the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience will debate and address these very questions.

The workshop, co-hosted in Morocco by the Coalition and the International Center for Transitional Justice, brings together Moroccan stakeholders and representatives from prominent memory initiatives in Lebanon, Jordan, Morocco and other countries to share their experiences, explore how they might work together, and develop recommendations for how the Coalition can support work in the region.

Read more about the workshop on our website.

[Get Involved: email bgabriel@sitesofconscience.org]


Elsewhere around the world, Sites of Conscience continue to connect past and present, memory to action:

The Liberation War Museum in Dhaka, Bangladesh recently orchestrated a 150 kilometer walkathon commemorating the route taken by Bangladeshi refugees who escaped from their homes on foot during the Liberation War in 1971. Beginning in Dhaka, ten volunteers set out for Sunamganj, in the northeast section the country, a journey of 17 days. Along the way they engaged children at fourteen partner schools in learning about the war.

The walk was both symbolic and educational, serving as a mechanism to re-engage the Museum’s educational partners, spread the message of democracy, and address the human rights goals that are at the core of the Museum’s activities.

A visitor watched an oral history at Villa Grimaldi Peace Park. Image courtesy Villa Grimaldi.
On January 26, Villa Grimaldi Peace Park in Santiago, Chile formally opened the Oral Archive of Villa Grimaldi, a collection of testimonies by Chileans who survived the brutal Pinochet regime of the 1970s and 80s.

- Learn More
- Watch a YouTube video about the project (in Spanish).

The Oral Archive of Villa Grimaldi was supported in part by the International Coalition’s Project Support Fund.
On March 2-4, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada hosts a three day conference in Vancouver on the history and legacy of Indian Residential Schools. The conference will bring together organizations that have worked on efforts of healing and memory, including the International Coalition and several Sites of Conscience.

- Learn More


Estadio Nacional, one of the Sites funded through a recent Project Support Fund grant. Image courtesy Estadio Nacional.
This quarter, Coalition members in Argentina, Italy, and Northern Ireland received funding from our Project Support Fund.

- Learn more



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СообщениеТема: Re: МК "Медное" - член Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания   Вт Апр 26, 2011 11:32 am

Игорь Мангазеев пишет:
Пять лет назад, в 2006 году, Мемориальный комплекс "Медное" был аккредитован в качестве действительного члена Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания.
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СообщениеТема: Re: МК "Медное" - член Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания   Ср Апр 27, 2011 5:39 am

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СообщениеТема: Re: МК "Медное" - член Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания   Ср Апр 27, 2011 2:41 pm

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СообщениеТема: Re: МК "Медное" - член Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания   Ср Апр 27, 2011 7:07 pm

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СообщениеТема: Re: МК "Медное" - член Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания   Чт Май 19, 2011 5:10 am

May 2011

The Missing, Memory and Sites of Conscience workshop in Sarajevo. Photos courtesy ICMP.

Dear Friends,

International Coalition of Sites of Conscience events over the past several weeks, from the Remembering Guantánamo symposium in New York to The Missing, Memory and Sites of Conscience conference in Sarajevo, have served as vivid reminders that when approached through an inclusive, consultative process, memorialization can be a powerful force in uniting communities across difference.

Without this approach - embraced by Sites of Conscience around the world - memorials have the potential to exacerbate divisions, particularly in countries still recovering from conflict.

Last week, I had the opportunity to join four Sites of Conscience leaders and over 100 victims group representatives for the International Commission on Missing Persons' (ICMP) The Missing, Memory and Sites of Conscience conference in Sarajevo. Participants came from different national and religious backgrounds in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Croatia.

ICMP invited the Coalition to share our members' experiences in developing memorialization projects, particularly initiatives launched and realized by victims and survivor groups and those developed in response to armed conflict, disappearances, and displacement.

Representatives from District Six Museum (South Africa), Healing Through Remembering (United Kingdom - Northern Ireland), Memoria Abierta (Argentina), and Villa Grimaldi Peace Park (Chile) shared their knowledge with conference participants.

Although the work is in its initial stages, there was an inspiring level of commitment to, as one participant said, “prepare our children for the future,” one where the power of the past might lead to healing and reconciliation. We look forward to sharing further updates with you in the months ahead as the Coalition continues to support memorialization efforts in the Balkans region and beyond.

- Executive Director Elizabeth Silkes



Around the world, the International Coalition and Sites of Conscience continue to connect past to present, memory to action:

The Coalition is at the Gwangju Asia Forum in Gwangju, South Korea this week. We'll discuss how a global network of Sites of Conscience supports the development of new initiatives, especially in areas that remain hostile to human rights initiatives. More
Russia has recently taken steps to explore how its Stalinist past is officially remembered. The Gulag Museum at Perm-36, a founding member of the Coalition, has taken a leadership role in suggesting that historic sites and history museums are a crucial place to openly discuss the nation’s difficult history. More.
Since 2008, the Coalition's Project Support Fund has supported 60 vibrant, engaging public programs at Sites of Conscience around the world. This quarter, we awarded grants to Charlotte, North Carolina's Levine Museum of the New South and Thailand's Nonviolence International Southeast Asia. More about their innovative projects.
On April 28-29 in New York City, the Coalition and partners from Columbia University hosted over 100 historians, artists, archivists, activists, and others to discuss and debate building a public memory around the US naval station at Guantánamo Bay. We explored the site’s long history and why that history matters today more than ever.

Listen to remarks from former South Africa Supreme Court Justice Albie Sachs and Open Society Foundations President Aryeh Neier.


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СообщениеТема: We Have A New Home Page   Вс Июн 26, 2011 4:17 am

That's right, www.sitesofconscience.org now has a fresh new look. Check out our new video showcasing the Sites of Conscience approach, find out about our members, and get the latest news. It's just the first of many website changes we'll be making over the next few months.

Don't worry - not everything's changed. The Coalition's news and resources, from program models and new publications to notices of upcoming conferences, haven't gone anywhere.

And before the full website launches at the end of the year, we'll be updating and editing, creating all-new resources to help you get the most out of the Coalition. Stay tuned for more details.

And in the meantime, connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, and, of course, pay our new site a visit!
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СообщениеТема: Re: МК "Медное" - член Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания   Сб Авг 13, 2011 7:09 am

July 2011


Dear Friends,

This June, I had the pleasure of joining representatives from seven history museums as they met in Charlotte, North Carolina, to launch the Immigration and Civil Rights Sites of Conscience Network. Over the next year, they'll work together to shed light on immigration today by tapping into the history of the US Civil Rights movement.

The Civil Rights movement spanned several decades of the 20th century, and Sites of Conscience in the Network remember different moments along the path towards equality, from lunch-counter sit-ins to school desegregation to the march from Selma to Montgomery.

But the job is not done yet. Historic sites can leverage the power of the stories of those who fought for justice in the past to inspire visitors to take action around injustice and prejudice today.


Museum professionals tour an exhibit at the Levine Museum of the New South, host of the Network launch meeting.


Sites in the Immigration and Civil Rights Network are exploring how their history has unique resonance for the millions of immigrants struggling to have full access to their civil and human rights in the United States today. With states like Arizona, Georgia and Alabama passing restrictive laws encouraging racial profiling and denying due process, these museums recognize that they add a vital voice to the debate.

Over the coming year, Network members will develop public programs that invite visitors to question their assumptions, share their experiences, and explore what civil rights mean today, filling the need for constructive conversation about discrimination, difference, and how multiethnic communities can thrive.

The Immigration and Civil Rights Network is just one example of how the Coalition engages new audiences every day in exploring – and taking action on – today's urgent issues through the power of the past.

- Executive Director Elizabeth Silkes


Do you address immigration at your museum? What kind of programs have been most successful? Log on to the Coalition Forum and share your experiences.

Want to join the Immigration and Civil Rights Network? Email Program Director Sarah Pharaon.

Activities of Immigration and Civil Rights Sites of Conscience are supported, in part, by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Nathan Cummings Foundation.


In Other Coalition News...

This week, Secretariat staff and member sites in Asia head to Timor Leste for a workshop surrounding memorialization initiatives in the region. For the first time, Sites of Conscience will make inroads in this new nation, which is seeking ways to build truth and justice after a period of brutal state repression. Learn more.
Coalition Networks are also meeting next month in Argentina and California to discuss how history can address issues like state terrorism and immigration policy. Learn more.
This quarter the Coalition awarded Project Support Fund grants to Sites of Conscience programs in Bangladesh, Guatemala, Russia, and the United States. Find out who received these special funds.

Around the world, Sites of Conscience continue to connect past to present, memory to action:
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, a partnership between two Sites of Conscience helps young people across Europe build peace in this formerly war-torn nation. Learn more about this innovative program.
In June, the Gulag Museum at Perm-36 hosted the Summer School of Museology in Perm, Russia. Staff from municipal history museums across the country developed ways to teach Stalinist history at their sites, many for the first time. More
El Museo de la Resistencia Dominicana (The Museum of Dominican Resistance) opened in May; Coalition staff were honored to be part of the opening ceremonies. The Museum chronicles the Dominican Republic's struggle for freedom and democracy in the 20th century. More.

Attendees at the Summer School of Museology at Perm-36
created temporary conceptual exhibitions for the museum.

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The Coalition's work is generously supported by the Lambent Foundation, the Oak Foundation, the Open Society Foundations and the Sigrid Rausing Trust, among others.
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СообщениеТема: Timor-Leste: Moving Towards Memory   Сб Авг 13, 2011 7:11 am

Timor-Leste: Moving Towards Memory

Dear Friends,
I returned last week from an extraordinary mission in Timor-Leste, where, along with member sites who gathered for the fifth Asian Sites of Conscience workshop, the Coalition advocated for the country's nascent memorialization efforts.The mission, which included meetings with President José Ramos-Horta, leading Members of Parliament, consultations with victims' groups, and visits to emerging East Timorese Sites of Conscience, aimed to build support for bringing together all voices – from veterans to victims to educators – in exploring how to move from past to present, memory to action.

In 1975, after a coup toppled the Portuguese colonial government, Timor-Leste was invaded by Indonesia. For the next 24 years, the country experienced brutal repression and violence. In 1999, East Timorese voted for independence and held their first official elections as an independent nation in 2001.

Today the nation is working towards addressing the past while building a vibrant and stable democracy. In 2001, the government set up the Timor-Leste Commission for Reception, Truth and Reconciliation (CAVR), which sought to undertake truth seeking for the period from 1974-1999, including working to facilitate community reconciliation for 'less serious' crimes. CAVR successfully adjudicated some 1,400 cases through a visionary community reconciliation program.

Now the country is exploring how to implement another recommendation of the CAVR's report: memorialization. Sites of torture, detention, and massacre loom across Timor-Leste but most are unmarked and their significance is not immediately apparent. But there is momentum to activate these places to remember what happened before and inspire "never again".Civil society organizations have been lobbying the government to ratify a law establishing an Institute for Memory which would spearhead efforts to memorialize a variety of sites. Under the Institute for Memory, these memorialization efforts could be an opportunity to bring together all stakeholders - across different perspectives - to collectively explore how to remember and reconcile with the past.
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The Asian Sites of Conscience Regional Network, including representatives from sites in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, South Korea, Thailand, and Timor-Leste, drafted a Declaration (PDF) at the close of the workshop that supports the establishment of this Institute for Memory.In addition, the Coalition shared examples of Sites of Conscience around the world that are addressing similar questions: how to remember painful histories, who should be involved in remembering, and how can the past be a pathway to healing and new beginnings? Sharing the experiences of members from Cambodia to Chile can provide much-needed support for emerging initiatives like those in Timor-Leste as well as reinforce the power of the past in building new and more just futures.

Back in New York this week, a reminder of the importance of this international exchange arrived from Thailand. Fred Lubang of Nonviolence International Southeast Asia, on his return from Dili, wrote:"I got back inspired to work harder, but this time, with a sense that there is someone like me working and struggling as well to make this world learn the lessons of history and the value of memory and truth-telling."

We'll have updates for you on the efforts in Timor-Leste as they unfold. But wherever you are today please join us as we build the global movement to move from past to present, memory to action: make a contribution to the International Coalition or invite a friend to learn more about Sites of Conscience - in Timor-Leste, Thailand and everywhere else.

- Elizabeth Silkes, Executive Director
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СообщениеТема: 9/11: 10 Years, 10 Reflections   Пт Сен 02, 2011 12:41 pm

9/11: 10 Years, 10 Reflections

This September 11th will mark ten years since the attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. "9/11," as it has come to be known, is one of the most significant events in recent history, changing the lives of millions and re-shaping our world. On this tenth anniversary, there will be many commemorations – public, private and political – serving many different needs and remembering the events of 9/11/2001 in different ways.

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СообщениеТема: Tribute WTC Visitor Center: From Memories to Meaning   Сб Сен 03, 2011 11:50 am

Tribute WTC Visitor Center: From Memories to Meaning

Today's essay is one in a series of reflections from Sites of Conscience to mark the 10th anniversary of September 11, 2001. Each essay is the perspective of the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of the entire Coalition.


From Memories to Meaning, Reflecting on September 11th
by Wendy Aibel-Weiss
Director of Exhibits and Education
Tribute World Trade Center Visitor Center

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СообщениеТема: Healing Through Remembering: A Day of Reflection   Вс Сен 04, 2011 11:18 am

Healing Through Remembering: A Day of Reflection

Today's essay is one in a series of reflections from Sites of Conscience to mark the 10th anniversary of September 11, 2001. Each essay is the perspective of the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of the entire Coalition.

A Day of Reflection

by Kate Turner
Director
Healing Through Remembering

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СообщениеТема: Peace School Foundation of Monte Sole:Are Places of Memory?   Вт Сен 06, 2011 12:59 am

Peace School Foundation of Monte Sole: Are Places of Memory Useless?

Today's essay is one in a series of reflections from Sites of Conscience to mark the 10th anniversary of September 11, 2001. Each essay is the perspective of the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of the entire Coalition.



Are Places of Memory and Memories of the Past Useless?

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СообщениеТема: Liberation War Museum: The Power of Memorialization   Вт Сен 06, 2011 11:27 am

Liberation War Museum: The Power of Memorialization


Today's essay is one in a series of reflections from Sites of Conscience to mark the 10th anniversary of September 11, 2001. Each essay is the perspective of the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of the entire Coalition.

The Power of Memorialization

by Mofidul Hoque
Trustee
Liberation War Museum

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СообщениеТема: Healing Through Remembering: A Day of Reflection   Чт Сен 08, 2011 7:18 am

Healing Through Remembering: A Day of Reflection

Today's essay is one in a series of reflections from Sites of Conscience to mark the 10th anniversary of September 11, 2001. Each essay is the perspective of the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of the entire Coalition.

A Day of Reflection

by Kate Turner
Director
Healing Through Remembering

Each year on 11th September, people around the world remember the terrible events of that day in 2001. We can take the opportunity to reflect and remember, to talk about what happened, why, and how we were affected...

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СообщениеТема: Re: МК "Медное" - член Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания   Чт Окт 06, 2011 12:11 am

Мангазеев окончательно разучился говорить по русски Cool Very Happy
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СообщениеТема: Re: МК "Медное" - член Международной Коалиции музеев Сознания   Вс Окт 09, 2011 3:05 pm

Нет, готовится создавать ячейку анархистов в Нью-Йорке. Что-то вроде: "Американсий ДемСоюз".
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СообщениеТема: Arab American National Museum: Easing Contention in Post-9/1   Пн Окт 10, 2011 2:39 am

Arab American National Museum: Easing Contention in Post-9/11 America
Today's essay is the seventh in a series of 11 reflections from Sites of Conscience to mark the 10th anniversary of September 11, 2001. Each essay is the perspective of the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of the entire Coalition.

Easing Contention in Post-9/11 America
by Janice Freij
Curator of Education
Arab American National Museum


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