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Monday, May 29, 2006 

Take Time Out This Memorial Day

to think about the true meaning of the day.

In the summer of 2003, 400 US deaths after President Bush declared victory in Iraq, a group of veterans in Southern California and their friends began to build a memorial to those who died in the war. They made a cross, a Star of David, and other symbols for other faiths for each solider who had been killed, painted them white and fixed them in the ground. It is a memorial resembling the Arlington National Cemetery. As the weeks and months passed, the memorial had grown to over 1,600. Arlington West is the name of a hour-long film that records some of the thoughts and emotions expressed by people who happened to visit the memorial one sunny day on a beach near Santa Barbara, California. - Political Affairs

Arlington West - The Movie


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