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Terrorism 'Square of Hope' assignment follow-up(Step One here: http://fav.me/d7jqtpc)Terrorism 'Square of Hope' assignment follow-up by jonbuddy
In my quilt square, I took a broad range of familiar and unfamiliar terrorist attacks in recent years. The familiar ones include 9/11 (which I have a very personal connection to, as my uncle was killed in the Pentagon) and Benghazi. For the other ones, on the top left is a picture of the 1998 Coimbatore bombings in India, which killed 58 people and injured over 200. The upper-middle right depicts a news broadcast of attacks by Boko Haram in Nigeria in January 2012. The lower-middle right shows the aftermath of the Islamabad, Pakistan Marriott Hotel bombing, which killed over 54 people and injured over 266. The bottom right is the 2004 Madrid, Spain train bombing which injured over 600 and killed 191. I wanted to show that terrorism is essentially a daily issue from a world view, and isn’t limited to the ones shown on television. I could have done many, many more examples.
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