Vol. XVI Number 8
|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 must believe that it is the darkest before the dawn of a beautiful new world. We will see it when we believe it.
- Saul Alinsky
|1||10 PM - Movie Night: Tough Guise|
|2-3||Plowshares Gathering, Goshen College|
|5||9 PM - Kenapocomoco Coalition: How Does One Greet a Congressperson?|
|10||Work Day, Potluck, and Christian Peacemaker Teams (Northern IN) Meeting at Joyfield Farm|
|12||9 PM Kenapocomoco Coalition:|
|15||10 PM - Movie Night: The Power of One|
|16||Symposium on the Fair Trade and Global Justice Movement, Chicago|
|17||1-5 PM Peace Week Concert on the Mall|
|17||9 PM - Drag Show|
|19||9 PM - Kenapocomoco: David Radcliff|
|22||10 PM - Movie Night American History X|
|25||March for Women's Lives, Washington DC (see Heidi if you want to go)|
|25||International Fair, PERC|
|26||9 PM - Kenapocomoco Coalition|
|29||10 PM - Movie Night:|
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): every other Tuesday at 5 PM in the Oaks
Things to look forward to:
May 23 GRADUATION!!!
Cost of War
Based on estimates from the Congressional Budget Office, this site features a sobering running total of your tax dollars at work in Iraq:
Military Families Speak Out
Military Families Speak Out is an organization of people who are opposed to war in Iraq and who have relatives or loved ones in the military. We were formed in November of 2002 and have contacts with military families throughout the United States, and in other countries around the world.
BRING THEM HOME NOW! is a campaign of military families, veterans, active duty personnel, reservists and others opposed to the ongoing war in Iraq and galvanized to action by George W. Bush's inane and reckless challenge to armed Iraqis resisting occupation to "Bring 'em on."
Harper's Index from Harpers Magazine (March 2004):
"They can't show the carrier footage with him in front of 'Mission Accomplished' -- it just looked stupid. Now I think they can't do 9/11. The only thing they're going to be able to do is ads of him clearing brush." --Al Franken on President Bush's television ads, during Franken's premiere broadcast on Air America Radio
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