Over that 25 years, MAG has returned over 2,132 square miles to local populations to be used to support socio-economic development, which is equivalent to a one mile wide road stretching from Washington, DC, to Las Vegas, NV. MAG destroyed over 400,000 landmines and cluster munitions and 16 million items of unexploded ordnance and ammunition. In 2013 alone, MAG's work supported two million men, women, and children.
Mines Advisory Group America is partnering with Race Man Tell-A-Pictures to host an evening of "Inspiring Cultural Unity and World Peace" on September 29, 2012. This event will highlight the culture and people of Laos with the help of the Lao Heritage Foundation. MAG will screen its new film,Surviving the Peace. The film tells the story of a Laotian family dealing with unexploded ordnance – right in their backyard. Also the award-winning short film, “The New ‘N’ Word” by Race Man Tell-A-Pictures will help us further address cultural unity and foster understanding among the most important race, the human race.
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