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Created: April 20, 2004
Latest Update: April 20, 2004

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Art is one way of helping young people to understand that violence is not play, not something you do in present time, and that is undone in future time. Violence is real in the sense that its effects are extra-temporal. They go on and on and on, if not physically, then emotionally and spiritually. In this blog, daily musings and texts uploaded to the web, the photoblog of the doll says much of violence, and particularly, of our acceptance of it.

This photo from Photos by Todd Gross from May 25, 2003.

Jeanne has a sculptural piece she'd like to add to this project: a broken doll.

We need to write up a paragraph or so on our schools and violence to go with this project.