The quotation, poems, and images explore the nature of conflict and our responses to it.
The speaker in “Hiroshima Exit” implies that conflict is perpetuated because of a lack of a global perspective, which is an idea also supported by the quotation by Mohandas Gandhi.
The first illustration shows two children caught in the middle of an adult conflict.
The second photograph shows an image of a riot that broke out in the downtown core of Vancouver, BC following the 2011 Stanley Cup loss to Boston where over 140 people were reported injured.
The poem “A Poison Tree” explores the power struggles that friends often endure.
Discuss what these texts suggests to you about the choices made in the midst of conflict.
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