Peace Portraits

Press Release

"It's important right now for the public to be part of the greater story about whether or not the US should be going to war. The press coverage of the anti-war movement often shows a very limited, predictable, and stereotyped cross section of those involved."

"The public requires a more intimate portrayal of those who demonstrate, one that portrays the thought process and humanity inherent in their perspective. These portraits put a face on opinions, and that makes their voices harder to deny."

The Day War Started

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Peace Portraits

Images © Julian Cash 2003
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A Spider Eyeballs Gallery