Student Involvement - Kenapocomoco Coalition

Kenapocomoco Coalition is an informal group meeting over tea, coffee, and popcorn on Monday evenings to discuss social, environmental, political and other issues of conscience; share announcements; and plan actions. Guest speakers, videos, debates and discussions center on campus, national and trans-national topics. Kenapoc (pronounced “Keenapoke”) is organized through the peace studies and conflict resolution program at Manchester. Meetings are held on Monday evenings, 9 p.m., at 702 E. Ninth St. (Ninth and Ruse, just two blocks from campus). All are welcome! Programs are publicized through an email list maintained by the peace studies activities coordinator and posted near ACEN 241. Contact may be made through the Peace Studies Office, located in the Academic Center, room 241.

For more information contact:

Advisor: Katy Gray Brown at klgrayBrown@manchester.edu

Peace Studies Coordinator: Zander Willoughby at ZEWilloughby@manchester.edu
Student President:  Caraline Feairheller at CFeairheller2019@manchester.edu