I’m very sad about the recently unfolding Kurdish situation. I’ve heard reports of families with children being killed. I’ve heard reports about thousands of people identified with ISIS who’ve been detained by Kurdish people, whose oversight may be uncertain. I’ve heard many concerning likelihoods. My friend, Travis Moe, explains a critical heartbreaking element of what is unfolding, which I’ve reposted on my personal Facebook page. I ache today with this situation.
I wish I had art to contribute to the situation somehow but I don’t have much. Based on my personal experience interning and working with military veterans and refugees I feel certain that each person impacted by the delicate and harsh balances we call military conflicts will never be the same. Here’s one piece I’ve shared recently: this song expresses sadness over lack of peace and the lack of a trajectory toward care in the world. If you have ideas about how to be of service as we experience this hurt and pain please do share.
Hear your song, thank you. a
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On Thu, Oct 17, 2019 at 11:53 PM Claire Bates Music wrote:
> clairebatesmusic posted: ” Dear friends, I’m very sad about the recently > unfolding Kurdish situation. I’ve heard reports of families with children > being killed. I’ve heard reports about thousands of people identified with > ISIS who’ve been detained by Kurdish people, whose overs” >
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