Vol. XVII 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 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. E-mail: email@example.com or call x5343. Thanks.|
Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.
~Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
|1||Spring Term Begins|
|3||10 PM - Kenapocomoco Movie Night: Chutney Popcorn|
|5||7 PM - Ibrahim Ramey: "The Work of the Fellowship of Reconciliation Today" Beacon Heights COB, Ft. Wayne|
|6||6:30 PM - Ibrahim Ramey: "Globalization and Faith: Reflections from the Fifth World Social Forum" Manchester COB|
|7||7:30 PM - Ibrahim Ramey Reception, Intercultural Center|
|7||9 PM - Kenapocomoco Coalition: Ibrahim Ramey speaks about peace and disarmament|
|8||5 PM - Auditions for The Vagina Monologues in The Oaks|
|10||10 PM - Kenapocomoco Movie Night: The War at Home|
|14||9 PM - Kenapocomoco Coalition: Sharing about our Jan-term Experiences|
|16||10 AM - Planned Parenthood Rally at Statehouse in Indianapolis|
|17||10 PM - Kenapocomoco Movie Night: Cradle Will Rock|
|18-19||Campus Interfaith Board Retreat: "Can We Talk?"|
|21||9 PM - Kenapocomoco Coalition: John Prendergast|
|22||noon - John Prendergrast speaks in Indianapolis|
|24||10 PM - Kenapocomoco Movie Night: Mississippi Burning|
|26||8 PM - The Vagina Monologues, Wampler|
|28||9 PM - Kenapocomoco Coalition: Liberal/Conservative: What's the Difference?|
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): Mondays at 5:30 PM @ The Oaks
Amnesty International: 9 PM @ The Peace House (across Wayne St. from Helman Hall)
Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius - and a lot of courage - to move in the opposite direction.
Things to look forward to:
Alternative News Blog
William Rivers Pitt, a well-known journalist in alternative media circles, has started this blog. He updates it several times daily, and uses it to augment the stories posted at www.truthout.org, another excellent alternative media source.
Cliff Kindy Iraq Blog
Many of us know local organic farmer and international peacemaker Cliff Kindy. He is spending five months in Iraq and writes periodic updates about his work there. You can read them at this website.
Student Conference Coordinator
Work with Earlham student and Goshen student for eight weeks during summer 2005 to plan, schedule and promote a student peace conference at Earlham in the fall of 2005. Also involves arranging for registration, housing and transportation.
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 nationís 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 (December 2004):
Maybe a person's time would be as well spent raising food
as raising money to buy food.
~Frank A. Clark
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