This image is from Celebrate People’s History/Iraq Veterans Against the War: Ten Years of Fighting for Peace and Justice, a portfolio that celebrated IVAW’s first ten years and was produced by Justseeds, IVAW, Booklyn, Repetitive Press, and the Civilian Soldier Alliance.
(IVAW is now known as About Face: Veterans Against the War)
Malachi Muncy is a Texas Army National Guard veteran who served in Iraq, member of Iraq Veterans Against the War, former manager of Under the Hood, Combat Papermaker, artist, writer, and activist living and working in the Fort Hood, TX area.
Ryan Holleran is a U.S. Army veteran who served in Iraq, member of Iraq Veterans Against the War, member of Under the Hood, artist, and activist living and working in the San Francisco bay area.
Against a light gray background, black text states: “Under the Hood Cafe and Outreach Center opened in 2009 as a safe space for service members to speak their hearts and minds about the military experience. This paper is made from the uniforms left behind by service members as they leave the Army.” Above is a circular logo showing two hands clinking mugs together. In the white steam from the hot coffee are the words, “Under the Hood Cafe Outreach Center.” Below, a line drawing of a large tree with a sign nailed to it, stating: “In war there are no unwounded soldiers.” Behind the tree, a small building and several people hanging out on a porch.