Closing of exhibit Hard Rain: Living with Bombs in Laos

Lawrence Percolator

Hard Rain: Living with Bombs in Laos
Closing Final Friday, April 25, 5-9 pm

Join us for a Party against Bombies with reggae and zydeco music.

6:00 Zydeco Tougeau
7:00 Street Level Uprising
8:00 Ernest James & Barry Washboard Barnes

One plane load of Bombs, every 8 minutes, 24 hours a day..... for 9 years.
This is what rained down on the small Southeast Asian country of Laos,
mostly in secret, during the time of the American involvement in the
Vietnam war. Approximately 1/3 of these bombs failed to explode upon
impact, & today, over 40 years since the end of the war, they continue to
maim and kill people.

Hard Rain is an exhibit of photos, prints, textiles, artifacts, posters,
historic and contemporary, exploring the continued unexploded ordnance
contamination of Laos. Included are items on loan from the Legacies of War
foundation. Legacies of War was
founded with the mission to advocate for UXO clearance, to raise awareness,
provide a space for healing and create hope for peace.

The Lawrence Percolator is located behind 913 Rhode Island, in the Alley
just east of the Lawrence Arts Center. All are invited and welcome!

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Location: look for the green awnings in the alley behind 913 Rhode Island

Hours: Saturdays & Sundays 12-6pm

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