THE PROJECT CENSORED LECTURE SERIES– FALL 2015 AQUS CAFÉ, SECOND TUESDAY NIGHTS @ 6:30, Free!

by Project Censored

StructureHosted by Mickey Huff, Director of Project Censored, professor of social science and history at Diablo Valley College

Join us second Tuesdays this fall for four evenings discussing key issues from the global to the local as we look at the news that didn’t make the news and examine why while offering positive solutions for the many challenges we face as a society.

Tuesday, September 8th 6:30pm @ Aqus Café, 189 H St. at 2nd, Petaluma

A Discussion about Global Violence and War and What We Can Do to Resolve Conflicts and Achieve Peace

Featured Speakers followed by Community Discussion:

Prof. Marc Pilisuk, Saybrook University, co-author with Jennifer Achord Rountree of

The Hidden Structure of Violence: Who Benefits from Global Violence and War

Prof. Susan Rahman, College of Marin, co-author with Tara Dorabji of the article “Existence is Resistance: Women in Occupied Palestine and Kashmir” in the forthcoming book Censored 2016: Media Freedom on the Line

“Looking at the deeper causes of violence can be painful. Who wants to be reminded of the extent of destruction and killing? Such an examination, however, may be our best hope for ending this dysfunctional system and replacing it with one that brings out the best in us.”