Vol. XVI Number 6
|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 Heidi Gross, the Peace Studies intern, head cook, and editor of the Kenapocomoco Newsnotes. E-mail: email@example.com or call x5343. Thanks.|
" We were young, self-righteous, reckless, hypocritical, brave, silly, headstrong, and scared half to death. And...we were right."
- Abbie Hoffman
|5||10 PM - Movie Night: Roger and Me|
|7||10 AM - 5 PM - Procott PlayShop, Victory Noll, Huntington|
|9||9-10 PM - Kenapocomoco Coalition: Sharing our Jan-term Experiences|
|12||10 PM - Movie Night: King of Hearts|
|15||2:30-3 PM - Anti-War vigil in downtown North Manchester|
|16||9-10 PM - Kenapocomoco Coalition: Was the Iraq War Based on Lies?|
|18||5 PM - Manchester Students Against Sweatshops meeting in the Oaks|
|21||8 PM - The Vagina Monologues|
|22||5 PM - Letter-writing, pizza, movie party: This is What Democracy Looks Like|
|23||9-10 PM - Kenapocomoco Coalition: Capitalism: Good or Evil?|
|26||10 PM - Movie Night: The Education of Little Tree|
Kenapoc: Mondays at 9 PM @ Ken's House (702 East 9th Street)
United Sexualities: Wednesdays at 9 PM in the Chapel Lounge
Movie Nights: Usually Thursdays at 10 PM @ The Peace House (across Wayne St. from Helman Hall)
MSAS (Manchester Students Against Sweatshops): every other Wednesday at 5 PM in the Oaks
Things to look forward to:
March 11-14 Organizing for Peace Conference in La Verne, CA
March 26-28 Notre Dame Student Peace Conference
April 3-4 Plowshares Student Gathering
April 15-20 PEACE WEEK!
April 25 Save Women's Lives: March for Freedom of Choice in Washington, DC
Amnesty International believes that the death penalty violates the right to life and is the ultimate cruel, inhuman and degrading punishment.
To participate, TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS:
- - > Sign a petition urging the US to comply with its obligation under international law not to use the death penalty against people under 18 at the time of the crime.http://takeaction.amnestyusa.org/ctt.asp?u=241875&l=7949
- - > Sign a petition to stop child executions in Pakistanhttp://takeaction.amnestyusa.org/ctt.asp?u=241875&l=7950
- - > Help save the life of Nanon Williams, a juvenile offender on death row in Texashttp://takeaction.amnestyusa.org/ctt.asp?u=241875&l=7951
The Global Rich List shows you where you rank on the world's economic ladder with sobering specificity. (Example: You are in the top 7.22% richest people in the world. There are 5,566,727,941 people poorer than you.) Surprise - it also recommends a donation to a worthy charity.:
Just the facts
A nonpartisan, nonprofit information source for voters that monitors the factual accuracy of what is said by major U.S. political players in the form of TV ads, debates, speeches, interviews, and news releases:
Harper's Index from Harpers Magazine (January 2004):
undreamt of are daily being seen, the impossible is ever becoming possible.
We are constantly being astonished these days at the amazing discoveries in the
field of violence. But I maintain that far more undreamt of and seemingly
impossible discoveries will be made in the field of nonviolence."
[Peace Studies Website]