On August 9 in DC: An Evening for a World Beyond War

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An Evening for a World Beyond War
http://WorldBeyondWar.org
Saturday August 9, 2014
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Busboys and Poets
5th and K Streets NW
Washington, D.C.

A fundraising event for a global campaign to end all war.

Suggested donation: $15

Buttons for all, scarves and books and other tokens of gratitude for larger donations.

Speakers:
Jeff Bachman, Professorial Lecturer in Human Rights and the Co-Director of the Ethics, Peace and Global Affairs program at the School of International Service at American University.

Nadia Kamoona, Iraqi-American student at the University of Virginia, future international human rights lawyer, and current intern for World Beyond War.

Vincent J. Intondi, Associate Professor of History at Montgomery College and Director of Research at the Nuclear Studies Institute of the American University in Washington, D.C., also author of African Americans Against the Bomb.

Maria Santelli, Executive Director of Center on Conscience and War, and founder of the New Mexico GI Rights Hotline.

Anas “Andy” Shallal, Iraqi-American artist, activist, and entrepreneur, proprietor of Busboys and Poets, and recent candidate for mayor of Washington, D.C.

David Swanson, Director of World Beyond War, host of Talk Nation Radio, author of books including War No More: The Case for Abolition, War Is A Lie, and When the World Outlawed War.

Busboys and Poets 5th and K
1025 5th Street NW – Washington, DC
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  • Carl_Herman

    Awesome; thank you, David.

    A key population to stand against Orwellian-unlawful war is our military. They have an Oath to support their choice to be for the Constitution and ideals in the Declaration of Independence over psychopath “leaders” violating US treaties hard-won after two world wars to kill millions, harm billions, and loot trillions.

    • not authorized

      The Constitution of the united States, is not optional.