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Nothing but Red
Joss Whedon

An anthology of passionate responses to the stoning death of 17-year-old Du'a Khalil Aswad.

Lulu.com
July 2008
On Sale: July 10, 2008
313 pages
ISBN: 1435733665
EAN: 9781435733664
Paperback
$17.95
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In April 2007, a group of men pulled seventeen-year-old Duía Khalil Aswad into a mob. They proceeded to stone and beat her to death, a supposed "honor" killing for allegedly falling in love with a man of a different faith. Several camera phones recorded the entire incident from the front row, and videos later surfaced online. One month later, popular filmmaker Joss Whedon expressed his despair and outrage at the misogyny in all cultures on a fan-run blog. "Because itís no longer enough to be a decent person," he wrote. "Itís no longer enough to shake our heads and make concerned grimaces at the news. True enlightened activism is the only thing that can save humanity from itself. Iíve always had a bent towards apocalyptic fiction, and Iím beginning to understand why. I look and I see the earth in flames. Her face was nothing but red." The arts anthology Nothing But Red was conceived as a way to raise both awareness of the issues he spoke of, as well as money for the charity Equality Now.

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