Tomorrow, live at the Brooklyn Peace Fair, hear Waging Nonviolence editors Bryan, Eric, and Nathan talk about our work and look back over the past year’s major nonviolence news stories.
The fair is totally free and open to the public. It will take place at Brooklyn College’s Student Center between noon and 5 pm. Our talk will be at 3:10 pm in the Zodiac room on the 7th floor. It’s easy to get to by bus and subway. As for us, we’re riding our bikes.
Download the full program here.
Before our talk, also, don’t miss Democracy Now! co-host Juan González’s keynote at 2 pm. His talk has a rather emphatic title: “Peace Budget?…War Budget! How War and the Military Economy Affect YOU!!”
We can be emphatic too: We’ll look forward to seeing you there!
In “Reckonings,” producer Stephanie Lepp explores how people change, asking listeners to examine their own assumptions about how far they can stretch their empathy.
Recent criticisms calling the founder of nonviolent theory a Cold Warrior are way off the mark. To rightly evaluate him, we need to understand the role he chose for himself.
A six-week strike by teachers has bolstered a movement against proposed austerity measures targeting Lebanon’s dangerously underfunded education system.