US Indymedia Global Indymedia Publish About us
Printed from Boston IMC : http://boston.indymedia.org/
Boston.Indymedia
IVAW Winter Soldier

Winter Soldier
Testimonies
Brad Presente

Other Local News

Spare Change News
Open Media Boston
Somerville Voices
Cradle of Liberty
The Sword and Shield

Local Radio Shows

WMBR 88.1 FM
What's Left
WEDS at 8:00 pm
Local Edition
FRI (alt) at 5:30 pm

WMFO 91.5 FM
Socialist Alternative
SUN 11:00 am

WZBC 90.3 FM
Sounds of Dissent
SAT at 11:00 am
Truth and Justice Radio
SUN at 6:00 am

Create account Log in
Comment on this article | Email this article | Printer-friendly version
News ::
Beneath Our Bombs posters (english)
11 Dec 2002
I executed this series of four posters out of concern for the children of Iraq. The series features children from the cities of Basra, Baghdad, Mosul, and Arbil. (article 4)
Links to full sized photos/posters:

http://web.webaccess.net/~rtmyers/iww/beneathourbombs.jpg

http://web.webaccess.net/~rtmyers/iww/beneathourbombs2.jpg

http://web.webaccess.net/~rtmyers/iww/beneathourbombs3.jpg

http://web.webaccess.net/~rtmyers/iww/beneathourbombs4.jpg

Sadly, many Americans know little about the situation in Iraq. According to the United Nations, many hundreds of thousands of Iraq's children have died due to a decade of harsh sanctions. Many deaths are caused by diseases transmitted through polluted drinking water and other unsanitary conditions. Such illnesses could be easily cured. Yet individuals who send food or medicine to these children without state approval are slapped with $10,000 fines.

Meanwhile, efforts to tie Iraq's dictator Saddam Hussein to the destruction of the World Trade Center have not been persuasive. What seems more likely is that the pending war against Iraq is being orchestrated at the behest of multinational oil interests.

Information on the situation in Iraq, and on efforts of dedicated individuals to effect change, may be found at this link:

http://www.ccmep.org

Please forward these posters to friends, family, and associates who may be interested in this important issue.

Thanks to William Thomson for his dramatic photos.


best wishes,

richard myers

rtmyers (at) h2net.net
See also:
http://www.ccmep.org