Speaker & Film Series 2005200420032002


2005
May 3 – Amy Goodman - Exception to the Rulers Poster
April 5 – Chris & Liz Charlebois - Native American Perspectives on US Imperialism
March 1 – Frida Berrigan - Stop the Merchants of Death
February 1 –Joseph Gerson – At the Nuclear Crossroads
January 4 – Tom Jackson with his new film: "Worlds Apart"

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2004

December 7 – Alice Rothchild - Jewish American Medical Project
November 10 - Peg Morton - The Movement to close WHISC/SOA
October 19 – Anna Gyorgy - An International Case for Regime Change
October 5 – Women In Action Dance Ensemble from Nicaragua
September 28 – Nancy Lessin & Charlie Richardson - Military Families Speak Out
September 21 – Prince Myshkins - Singing Political Duo
September 7 – Megan Bartlett - Ground Zero For Peace: 9/11 First Responders Against War
August 17 – Christine Rose with her film: "Liberty Bound"
August 3 – Film: Peace By Peace: Women On the Frontlines
August 1 – Jerry & Sis Levin - Building Bridges Instead of Walls: Working for Peace in the Holy Land
July 27 - Rae Street - A view from England: The Iraq War & Depleted Uranium Weaponry
July 6 – Film: Palestine Is Still the Issue
June 1 – Afaf Stevens - Bridging East & West Peace Initiative
May 4 – Mazin Qumsiyeh - Sharing the Land of Canaan: Human Rights and Israeli/Palestinian
April 21 – Andy Davis - How "Free Trade" Subverts Democracy & Widens the Wealth Gap
April 6 – Rania Masri & the Wheels of Justice – Iraq & Palestine: Occupation & War Profiteering
April 6 & 7 – Wheels of Justice Tour – Witness to Occupation; Witness for Peace
March 2 – Bruce Gagnon - "Resisting Empire: The Role of Space in U.S. Global Domination"
February 10 - Jason Eaton – Sustainable Local Communities: The Solari Model
February 3 – Tom Jackson with his film: "Defending the Commons: Water Privitazation in Nicaragua"
January 21 – Ellen Mariani – 9/11 For the Truth
January 6 – David Culp - Nuclear Disarmament Issues: Dealing with U.S. WMD

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2003
December 2 – Michael True - The Story of Global Nonviolence Since 1980
November 4 – Joseph Gerson - Global Economics and Global War
September 16 – Dr. Dan Bishop - The Invisible War: Depleted Uranium & the Politics of Radiation
September 2 – Noah Cohen & Bobbie Louton - Good Fences Make Good Neighbors? Israel's Wall
August 7 – Kathy Kelly - The War On Iraq: View from an Embedded Humanitarian
July 17 – William Rivers Pitt - The Greatest Sedition is Silence
July 1 – Claire Ebel - Standing Up for Freedom--Protecting Our Rights
June 10 – Amer Jubran & Scott Cooper – Palestine/Israel
May 20 - C. Austin Fitts - Iraq, Round 2: The Corporate Takeover of Iraq
May – Lorna Tychostup & Yasmin Alani - Looking Into the Eyes of the Enemy
April – Ruby Perry – Travels in Palestine
March – Carrie Schushardt – Women Peacemakers
February – Sean Donahue – US Policy in Colombia
January – Yasmin Alani, Tom Jackson & George Cappachio - Iraq Panel

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2002
December – Josh Meyrowitz – US Media Distortions
November – Marc Herold – Afghanistan
October – Tom Jackson with his film: "Greetings from Missile Street"

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