The title of this post is more for myself than anyone. I guess I’ve kind of avoided posting or really thinking about the situation in Afghanistan and the Korean aide workers. It is just so sad and opens up so many feelings of frustration and anger about the way this world has turned since Bush II. I hate that feeling of helplessness (and hopelessness) that I am so used to when thinking about world politics.
But today, I got this in the email box from peachies and it knocked me out of my blog spider hole. If nothing else, I think it is important to at least educate ourselves on what’s going on . If you live in LA, come by and find out what if anything there is you can do to help:
We have decided to act now. Come be educated on the state of affairs in Afghanistan.
Where: The Korean Education Center
680 Wilshire Place
Los Angeles, CA 90005
(located next to Southwestern Law School parking lot.)
There will be an informal after-event at The Prince restaurant (un-hosted).
3198 W 7th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90005 (213) 389-2007
Get more information, speak your mind, and engage.
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