What are things really like in Iraq? How do the military and media filter information disseminated to the American public? Scott Ewing spent a year in Tall Afar, a city that President Bush described in 2006 as “a key base of operations for al Qaeda that is today a free city that gives reason for hope for a free Iraq.”
Ewing will share images from the war and his personal experience on the ground as a combat soldier. Students from all political persuasions are encouraged to attend this educational presentation.
Tonight at Brown (8:30 in MacMillan 115, on Thayer St, just north of George St.)