[act-ma] [UJP] Ending the Endless Wars and Occupations

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UJP: Ending the Endless Wars and Occupations








ENDING THE ENDLESS WARS AND OCCUPATIONS
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Saturday, October 1, 2011 • 9am to 5pm • Suffolk University, Boston
Register Online Now! [1]






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             Keynote speaker


NOAM CHOMSKY
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2011 from Egypt to Libya: Triumph and Turmoil in the Arab world
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The Conference
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Fall 2011 marks ten years since 9/11, the War on Terror, the Afghanistan War,
and the founding of UJP.  The US/NATO bombing of Libya is the latest in the
series of wars.  Domestically, greed is rampant and serious problems are getting
worse.  Few peace and justice activists can remember a more troubling time.

How did we get here and how can we change things?

What can we learn from the historic events in Egypt, where the people triumphed
against huge odds, and the workers of Wisconsin?

How can the peace movement continue its work to end the wars and cut the
military budget while also building cooperation with the economic and racial
justice movements?

We want a peaceful foreign policy based on democracy to focus on the pressing
economic and human problems that must be solved.

            



 

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Featuring Presentations by:
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Kathy Kelly

Voices for Creative Nonviolence

Report from Afghanistan and Iraq

                        




            



		



Ann Wright

former U.S. Army Colonel

Report on the Gaza Flotilla and Palestine

                        




            



		



Michael McPhearson

National Coordinator, United for Peace and Justice

Connecting to the War at Home

                        




            



		



Will Hopkins

Iraq Veterans Against the War and New Hampshire Peace Action

The crisis and youth today

                        




            



		



Max Elbaum

War Times/Tiempo de Guerras

Fighting for Peace Against an Empire in Decline

 

                        




            



		



Patricia Montes

Centro Presente

How the wars affect immigrant rights at home

 

                        







Registration Fee: $15, includes morning coffee and pastry.   Free for Suffolk
University students and faculty with ID.  No one turned away.   

Register online at http://justicewithpeace.org/ten-years-after-registration
[2].   

Lunch: $10 - pizza, salad and drink, served in Donahua Building cafeteria.

Directions: Take the T to Park Street or Government Center. See map at right. 

Suffolk University, Donahue Building, 41 Temple St.
Do not confuse Temple Street with Temple Place.

Registration opens at 9am at the Donahue Building, 41 Temple St.  Sessions will
be held in Donahue and in the C.  Walsh Theatre next door.

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About UJP
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Born on the very evening of the 9/11 attack on the Twin Towers, UJP called for a
peaceful response to the crisis and played a leading role in opposing the
initial attack on Afghanistan and the drive toward war in Iraq.  Dozens of peace
and justice organizations and local community groups soon affiliated with UJP,
which is now the largest peace and justice coalition in Eastern Massachusetts.

UJP sponsored educational programs, vigils, Congressional lobbying, buses to
national protests and organized many demonstrations including the largest on
Boston Common in a generation in an effort to stop the Iraq War. We learned
about the importance of both grassroots and national organizing; the essential
link of the wars abroad to the war at home against workers, people of color, and
immigrants; the reality of multiple approaches to work and strategy and the need
to seek common ground while reserving differences.

 

Sponsored by United for Justice with Peace and the Suffolk University Department
of Government

Information: info at justicewithpeace.org [3] • 617-383-4857







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United for Justice with Peace [5] is a coalition of peace and justice
organizations and community peace groups in the Greater Boston region. The UJP
Coalition, formed after September 11th, seeks global peace through social and
economic justice.

Help us continue to do this critical work!   Make a donation to UJP today. [6]

            



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Upcoming Events: 











 



		Rally for Jobs & Peace at Sen. Kerry's Office [9]

		Tue Aug 30

		4:00pm

		Downstairs from Sen. John Kerry's office

		Boston

		

		Witness from War Zones - Featuring Kathy Kelly and David Smith-Ferri [10]

		Fri Sep 9

		7:00pm

		St Michael Parish Hall

		North Andover

 

		Ending the Endless Wars and Occupations [11]

		Sat Oct 1

		9:00am

		Suffolk University

		Boston

		

		Stop the Machine! Create a New World! [12]

		Thu Oct 6

		10:00am

		Freedom Plaza

		Washington, DC

		

		Social Movements/ Digital Revolutions Conference [13]

		Fri Oct 21

		6:00pm

		Lesley University

		Cambridge

		

		Peace in Asia and the Pacific: Alternatives to Militarization [14]

		Fri Oct 21

		7:00pm

		American University

		Washington, DC

		






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