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Iraq: Emerging Voices

by Mennonite Central Committee

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[from back] Hear a different story and see a different picture of Iraq than is shown in mainstream media--the Iraq of ordinary individuals, households, and neighborhoods. Listen to Iraqi people expressing what they have experienced over the past 30 years and their dreams for the future. They express hopes for self determination, restoration of services such as clean water and electricty, and safety and stability. Iraqis talks with pride about preserving and celebrating their culture. They note that Iraq is considered the "cradle of civilization" where writing and the wheel were invented. Shows churches and students the importance of sharing our views and personal stories, across cultures, nations, and religions. For grade 9 to adults. ADDITIONAL MATERIALS ON DVD: Study guide, Afghanistan: Rebuilding a Shattered Land, Iraq 2003, Child's View: Iraq/Noor Lives Near Ninevah. ( )
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