Monday, July 26, 2004

Boston Common

Eyes Wide Open had a premiere location on Boston Common and journalists from around the word, in town for the Democratic National Convention, swarmed the area. They took photos and interviewed visitors.

The Cambridge AFSC office took out an ad in the Metra newspaper for commuters entitled "Stop the War – Fund the Dream." On one side was the picture of the combat boots on the lawn outside the Capitol in Washington D.C. On the other side of the page was a picture of Martin Luther King, Jr. A nation cannot spend $1.1 billion a day for the military and an additional $5 billion a month for the war in Iraq and still fund college scholarships, healthcare, job training, fire departments and other basic necessities of its citizens.


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