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The War in Afghanistan, 9-11, and our Interconnectedness
Posted on October 16, 2021 by Kim Alston
by Kim Alston
I thought it was a good idea to bring attention to the handling of the events in Afghanistan by the U.S. military last month through Generating Justice and Joy because it demonstrates the confusion, complexity, complicity, and connection that so … Continue reading →
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