Vol. XVII Number 4
|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 or just somewhat interesting. The contents of the newsletter do not necessarily reflect the thoughts, opinions, and beliefs of everyone in the Peace Studies office or Kenapocomoco Coalition. If you have comments, suggestions, or items for the newsletter, please contact Heidi Gross, the Peace Studies intern, head cook, and editor of the Kenapocomoco Newsnotes. email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call x5343. Thanks.|
We don't need to increase our goods nearly as much as we need to scale down our wants. Not wanting something is as good as possessing it.
|1||World AIDS Day|
|2||10 PM - Movie Night: Saved!|
|4||1 PM - MSAS Action at Jefferson Pointe in Ft. Wayne|
|5||7 PM - Power Hour (topic: Iraq War) in Intercultural Center|
|6||9 PM - Kenapocomoco Coalition: Sudan with Felix Lohitai|
|8||7:15 PM - MSAS photo|
|9||10 PM - Movie Night: The Gods Must Be Crazy|
|10-11||Human Rights Conference at IPFW|
|12||6 PM - Friends for Sexual Awareness party|
|12||9 PM - Peace Studies majors and minors party|
|13||9 PM - Kenapocomoco Coalition: Study Break (Ken will cook breakfast food)|
|13||10 PM - 1 AM -- STUDY BREAK at the Peace House|
|14||9 PM - 1 AM -- STUDY BREAK at the Peace House|
|15||9 PM - 1 AM -- STUDY BREAK at the Peace House|
|16||Goodbye, Everyone! Happy Holidays!!|
Kenapoc: Mondays at 9 PM @ Ken's House (702 East 9th Street)
United Sexualities: Wednesdays at 9 PM in the Chapel Lounge
Movie Nights: Thursdays at 10 PM @ The Peace House (across Wayne St. from Helman Hall)
MSAS (Manchester Students Against Sweatshops): TBA
Amnesty International: 9 PM @ The Peace House (across Wayne St. from Helman Hall)
We've got a Free Shelf!! That's right - an opportunity for you to get rid of crap you don't want but other people might, and a place for you to score free stuff that you might actually use. Stop by and browse through the selection!
We also have newly organized video and magazine collections, thanks to our lovely assistants Amy and Marilyn. These resources are for YOU! Please make use of them for papers and projects, or just for free-time diversions. Here are some highlights.
Unconstitutional: The War on Our Civil Liberties
Johnny Got His Gun
Dead Man Walking
Mickey Mouse Goes to Haiti
The Times of Harvey Milk
The Catholic Worker
In These Times
And while we're at it, how about a few books that were recently added to the Funderburg Library Collection:
A Spirituality of Resistance: Finding a Peaceful Heart and Protecting the Earth / Roger S. Gottlieb
The Checkbook and the Cruise Missile: Conversations with Arundhati Roy / David Barsamian and Arundhati Roy
War Talk / Arundhati Roy
Women Writing Resistance / ed. by Jennifer Browdy de Hernandez
Failure to Quit: Reflections of an Optimistic Historian / Howard Zinn
Queerly Classed / ed. by Susan Raffo
Peace is a product of justice. But justice is not enough. Love is necessary -- the love that makes us feel that we are brothers and sisters is properly what makes for true peace.
Things to look forward to:
School of the Americas Watch Protest:
Buy Nothing Christmas
This Christmas we'll be swamped with offers, ads and invitations to buy more stuff. But now there's a way to say enough and join a movement dedicated to reviving the original meaning of Christmas giving.
Pictures from Falluja
if journalists have the courage to take these pictures
why doesn't our mainstream media have the backbone to print them?
Institute on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service
...a dynamic summer program for undergraduate students interested in volunteerism and careers in the nonprofit sector. This face-paced Institute offers a rigorous combination of professional experience, academic learning and service projects that will provide students with an unparalleled experience in the nation’s capital.
Union Summer is a five-week educational internship to participate in and develop skills useful for union organizing drives and other campaigns for workers' rights and social justice. Heidi is a graduate of this program, and would be happy to share with you about her experiences during one of the best summers of her life.
Harper's Index from Harpers Magazine (October 2004):
Is the war of the
Poor and war is the
Terrorism of the rich.
-- Peter Ustinov
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