Vol. XV Number 5
|The people in the Peace Studies Office bring the Kenapocomoco Coalition Newsnotes to you monthly during the academic year.. The purpose is to inform students, faculty, staff, and other interested folks of scheduled events and activities within the department and pass along other information that appears relevant. The things written in the newsletter do not necessarily reflect the thoughts, opinions, and beliefs of everyone in the Peace Studies office or Kenapocomoco Coalition. If you have something you would like to add to the newsletter, please contact Andrew Duffy, the Peace Studies intern and editor of the Kenapocomoco Newsnotes. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call X5343. Thanks.|
|8||January Session Begins|
|18||Stop the War in Iraq Rally in Fort Wayne (see info below)|
|20||7:00 PM: A Worship Service of Celebration and Commemoration of the Life and Ministry of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. @ MU Petersime Chapel -- reception following in the Chapel Lounge. Musical Selections provided.|
|28||January Session Ends|
Events opposing a possible war in Iraq (and opposing war if one is started) are being planned and will be posted to this newsletter and the Kenapocomoco listserv as they are announced.
Mini-Rally before Convo every Monday. 9:45 in front of Cordier Auditorium. (Starting in February)
Downtown Anti-War Gathering every Wednesday. 5:15 at the intersection of Main and Market Streets, North Manchester.
Faculty and Staff Statement Against the War - See Ken Brown or Abby Fuller.
NEW! Jan 18 "Stop the War in Iraq Rally" in Fort Wayne (see below)
To learn more about the possible war with Iraq, please visit:
Act Now to Stop War and End Racism (ANSWER)
Stop the War on Iraq -
Saturday, January 18th, 2003 (Noon - 2pm)
Courthouse Green Clinton and Main Streets - Fort Wayne, Indiana
Please join us for a speakout and protest against Bush's war for oil in Iraq!
Interested MU and area folks are
gathering for car pooling
at 10:45 AM in the Upper Union parking lot on the MU campus.
Harper's Index from Harpers Magazine (December 2002):
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