Civil Liberties Watch

Civil Liberties Watch

Jun 2, 2014
Photo: Michelle Weinroth

Palestinian art exhibit under siege seeks free expression

Michelle Weinroth
Rehab Nazzal held an art exhibit titled "Invisible" which offers an artistic perspective on the legacy of Israel's occupation of Palestine. However, some believe it reflects "a culture of hate."

Philosopher's Cafe: War, Peacekeeping and Canada's military

Jun 8, 2014
The Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University
36 University Avenue
Kingston , ON
44° 13' 31.1808" N, 76° 29' 46.4856" W
Ontario CA
This exhibition presents work by three artists who have recently been deployed to different conflict zones, embedded alongside Canadian troops as participants in the Canadian Forces Artists Program.
May 28, 2014
Photo: wikimedia commons

Mourning the 'War on Terror's' ungrievable casualties

Azeezah Kanji
What is at stake in the question of which deaths we mark and mourn and which we marginalize and ignore? The National September 11 Memorial Museum and drone warfare are a reminder of this question.


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