TAKING STOCK OF PEACE: Inspiration from Peace Movements Worldwide

by Project Censored

AHIMSA and the Metta Center for Nonviolence present a free public forum

TAKING STOCK OF PEACE: Inspiration from Peace Movements Worldwide. 

Sunday, October 30
Berkeley Society of Friends
2151 Vine St. in Berkeley

This special event launches the recent publication of Peace Movements Worldwide, a three-volume anthology with chapters covering insights and action from every continent with accounts of courageous and creative actions, ranging from the personal to the global.

Co-editors, UC Emeriti professors and scholar activists, Marc Pilisuk and Michael Nagler will be joined by other contributors to read excerpts from their respective chapters and discuss their personal contribution to the global peace movement.

Speakers include: Rabbi Michael Lerner ~ Daniel Ellsberg ~ Stephen Zunes ~ Kavita Ramdas ~ Mitch Hall ~ Cynthia Boaz ~ Peter Phillips ~ Mickey Huff ~ Cris Toffolo ~ Donald Rothberg ~ Melissa Anderson-Hinn ~ Angel Ryono. Moderated by Bob Flax.

There will be time for audience questions and comments.

The event is open to the public and FREE. Donations welcome. Wheelchair accessible. Due to limited seating, please come early. For more information, visit the event website: https://sites.google.com/site/peacemovementsworldwide/. 


Please share this invitation with your friends and colleagues.


This event is co-sponsored by: Saybrook University, Psychologists for Social Responsibility, International Futures Forum, Berkeley Society of Friends, Pathways to Peace, Global Exchange, Gray Panthers of Berkeley, Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists, The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, National Peace Academy, Tikkun/Network of Spiritual Progressives, Berkeley Elders’ Guild, UC Berkeley Peace and Conflict Studies, Media Freedom Foundation/Project Censored, War Criminals Watch, World Can’t Wait, The Institute for Holistic Health at SFSU, Democratic World Federalists, IMAGINE ~ Peace Conference 2011, American Friends Service Committee Pacific Mountain Region.