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Quote :: Split This Rock

A Tallahassee, Florida-based group, Tallahasseeans Who Believe It's Time to Come Home advocating an end to the U.S. war in Iraq, hung more than 4,000 peace cranes in a sculpture garden in downtown Tallahassee. Photo by Louise Reid Ritchie

A Tallahassee, Florida-based group, "Tallahasseeans Who Believe It's Time to Come Home" advocating an end to the U.S. war in Iraq, hung more than 4,000 peace cranes in a sculpture garden in downtown Tallahassee.
Photo by Louise Reid Ritchie

“I dream of a child who will ask,
‘Mother, what was war?’”

from the Split This Rock collaborative collage poem delivered by individual poets in front of the White House, March 23, 2008

Learn about the Split This Rock festival and see more of the poem.

 

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