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Drones Quilt Project Makes Exhibit Debut

By Leah Bolger - Posted on 19 August 2013

The Drones Quilt Project exhibit made its debut appearance at the recent Veterans For Peace convention in Madison, WI.  The exhibit consists of four quilts of 36 blocks each, four informational posters, and a Resource/Take Action handout.  Each block was individually made from people all over the country and memorializes the victim of a U.S. combat drone strike.  Currently only about 20% of the drone victims have been identified.  More blocks are being created and more quilts are being made as the identities become known.  For more information about the Drones Quilt Project, see  If you are interested in making a block for the quilt, or hosting the exhibit in your town, please contact Leah Bolger:

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