There has been a striking lack of elementary, secondary, post-secondary, and general public education about the wars and their profound impacts. Our new campus initiative aims to change that. Educators: check out our back-to-school educational resources and take the pledge to teach the Costs of War. And students, find resources to help advocate for alternatives to the United States’ militarized status quo. Costs of War Project research supports an interdisciplinary approach to teaching on the post-9/11 wars, so this community is open to instructors, students, and researchers from all fields.
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