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May 29, 2005

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gavin

thanks for the site link. i'll be sure to check it out. the web has many interesting sites that highlight childrens artwork in war torn areas. being an early childhood educator, when i am not doing this stuff, i once did a workshop that highlighted serbian & other easter european drawings of children. the interesting part to those was how the icons of war were almost always drawn matter-a-factly into the landscape of the drawing.

children's drawing & play is a very significant window into the world they view. wish more would look through that window.

aaron

thanks for posting this.... its hard stuff to hear, but it needs to be said and we need to hear it (and see it in this case). its far too easy to become numb to this suffering when its not in our face. Lord have mercy....

fernando

thanks for the link, very sobering.

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