Remembering US War Crimes in Afghanistan

As we mark the 20th anniversary of 9/11, we should also recognize the terrible cost paid by the Afghan people.

A soldier patrols near an Afghan graveyard. (U.S. Army / CC-BY)

Like anyone else who was old enough to remember the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, I have the memory of that day etched into my brain. What I recall most clearly is sitting on the couch of my little one-bedroom…

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Journalist and activist. Founder and co-chair of DivestSPD. Bylines at SPLC, The Baffler, GEN, USA Today. Follow on Twitter: @justwardoctrine, @DivestSPD

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Justin Ward

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Journalist and activist. Founder and co-chair of DivestSPD. Bylines at SPLC, The Baffler, GEN, USA Today. Follow on Twitter: @justwardoctrine, @DivestSPD

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