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Eyes Wide Open: The Human Cost of War
Date Saturday April 04
Time 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location Details
Eyes Wide Open, The Human Cost of War Central Quad of the Cal State Univ Monterey Bay campus in Seaside (on Divarty near the new library)
Event Type Vigil/Ritual
Organizer/AuthorMacGregor Eddy
Emailyouthrightssal [at]
Phone831 206 5043
Address1364 Fremont Blvd Seaside CA 93955
The American Friends Service Committee AFSC and the students of the CSUMB Youth Rights project present the Eyes Wide Open: Human cost of War display in memory of the US and Iraqi deaths in the war. On Saturday there will be a candlelight vigil from 6 pm to 7 pm
Sunday April 5 display will be noon to 4 pm
Monday April 6 10 am to 2 pm
Added to the calendar on Friday Mar 6th, 2009 3:57 PM
§Eyes Wide Open event CSUMB
by MacGregor Eddy (youthrightssal [at] Saturday Mar 14th, 2009 1:02 PM
CSUMB quad --Divarty Street near new Library, Seaside

Run: Immediately--April 6 March 14, 2009

MEDIA CONTACT: MacGregor Eddy (831) 206-5043 youthrightssal [at]

“Eyes Wide Open: The Human Cost of War Exhibit Comes to CSUMB in April”

“Eyes Wide Open: The Human Cost of War”, a deeply moving memorial exhibit commemorating the 444 California soldiers killed thus far in Iraq and the 65 killed in Afghanistan, will take place on April 4, 5, and 6, beginning noon Saturday and Sunday, at CSU-Monterey Bay Central Quad (Divarty Street near new Library) . This memorial to the human cost of the war in Iraq is displayed as rows of combat boots, identified with names of the military from California who have been killed in that war. A candlelight vigil will be held Saturday, 6 – 7 PM. The public is invited. Parking is available near the Central Quad, Admission is free.

PRESENTED BY: CSUMB Service Learning students and Youth Rights: Alternatives to Military Service, Monterey County youthrightssal [at]
SPONSORED BY Monterey and Santa Cruz County peace and social justice
groups including Veterans for Peace # 46, Watsonville and Monterey County
WILPF branches and Monterey County Society of Friends (Quakers) meetings.