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Project Nada Women In Black Snowboard Peace Camp News, Updates, Job Opportunities
 
 Fundraiser June 26, 2003 (Poster)
 Web Presentation
 Fundraiser Photos
 Where to donate?
 Project Statement
 Project History
 Cyber-Yugo Disclaimer
 Listen to "I Drive a Yugo" by  The Left WIng Fascists
 Listen to "My Bloody Yugo"  by The Legendary Jim Ruiz  Band

PEACE IS POSSIBLE.
EACH INDIVIDUAL STORY IS VALUABLE.
The Car Called Yugo
Click here for the Cyber-Yugo Story and more photos.

Yugo dashboard Cyber-Yugo goal is to bring this message to as many people as possible via world wide web, internet radio, and the museum/other spaces exhibition of the actual Yugo vehicle, fitted with appropriate computer hardware/software. Cyber-Yugo puts you in the driver's seat of the events that unfolded over the past decade in the region formerly known as the SFRY. With parts for them having been produced in all regions of the former country, Yugo cars are as symbolic of the strength of the unified market among the republics of former Yugoslavia, as they are, through the cesation of their production - due to break-up of economic relations between republics, symbolic of the failure of the post-Titoist political structures to preserve that market. Yugo cars are at the same time a symbol of the ultimate success of the post-war communist Yugoslavia, and the symbol of its ultimate failure. In that respect a Yugo car is the perfect vehicle to be used to re-visit the memory of what once used to be called the SFRY (Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia). The Cyber-Yugo project was talked about on The World, a co-production of BBC World Service Public Radio International and WGBH Boston (mp3 file of the show).

For a full program statement click here.

  RACCOON, Inc., (map and driving directions)
43-32 22nd Street, Suite (buzzer) 301 in Long Island City, between 43th and 44th Avenue
Take or subway to 23rd Street, Ely Avenue
The Summer Youth Camp was made possible by a generous grant from The New York Foundation.