Vol. XV Number 7
|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: email@example.com or call X5343. Thanks.|
A nude peace protest in Australia.
7:00 PM - Lysistrata Reading @ Wampler Auditorium (Info)
9:00 PM - No Kenapoc! Go to Lysistrata!
|5||Student Day of Action Against the War (Complete Schedule)|
|10||9:00 PM - Kenapoc|
Discussion Day: "Personal Freedom Vs. National Security"
2:00 PM - "Does Anyone Know What Free Speech Is?" Lecture by Stanley Fish, professor of English and criminal justice at University of Illinois at Chicago.
Conference: "Organizing for Peace: Arts, Activism, and Spirituality" @ Richmond, Indiana. See Rachel Long, Ben Leiter, or Meagen Harlow for more information. Sign up to attend in the Peace Studies Lounge or the Chapel.
10:00 AM - Convocation: "Warrior Priest, From Serviceman to Activist,"
Father Roy Bourgoise, a Roman Catholic priest committed to closing the
School of the Americas at Fort Benning, Ga., where Latin American soldiers
are trained in torture techniques, Cordier Auditorium
9:00 PM - Kenapoc Meeting with Father Roy Bourgoise @ Helman Great Room
10:00 AM - Convocation: In recognition of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Cordier Auditorium
9:00 PM - Kenapoc
Events opposing the war in Iraq 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.
Downtown Anti-War Gathering every Wednesday. 5:00-5:30 at the intersection of Main and Market Streets, North Manchester.
Faculty and Staff Statement Against the War - See Ken Brown or Abby Fuller.
Student Statement Against the War - See Nate Shull
Lysistrata Project - March 3 - See Scott Strode (and below)
To learn more about the possible war with Iraq, please visit:
Act Now to Stop War and End Racism (ANSWER)
The first-ever world-wide theatrical event for peace is coming to Manchester University on Monday, March 3rd, 2003! Theatre artists from around the planet are raising their collective voice against war by producing readings of Lysistrata in order to:
Let the Bush Administration know that we oppose their war on Iraq.
Provide events where citizens can unite to enjoy an evening of spirited, comedic theatre while raising public awareness about the volume of war opposition.
Provide a humorous entree into a healthy community dialogue: What CAN we do on a local level to stop "diplomacy by violence" in our world?
Raise money for organizations that work for peace and human rights.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Dr. Scott Strode.
Information at: http://www.pecosdesign.com/lys/
The entire day there will be a vigil on the library steps and on the mall. (Wear some warm clothes and bring a hot beverage.)
At 9 am, will be our opening ceremony. We invite everyone to come and bring something to decorate or add to our Anti-War zone out on the mall. There will be cork board to put anything up that you would like to share (info, art, poetry, a story)
At 10:45 am, on the library steps, an open-mike (without the mike). We hope that many will have stories, songs, poems, their own experiences to share about war.
At noon there will be a noise party and drumming circle outside the union
At 4:30 pm, a march to Downtown to meet up with the weekly anti-war vigil (meet on the mall)
At 8:00 pm, in the Oakwood great room, there will be a teach-in/panel discussion.
Nevin Domer ’02 spent February living in Seoul, South Korea. Although his Fulbright ends this summer, he plans to stay in South Korea for another year to continue improving his language skills.
Harper's Index from Harpers Magazine (February 2003):
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