Moving from Militarism to Peace: A Conversation with Medea Benjamin

Event Description

Life-long activist and author Medea Benjamin will discuss U.S. foreign policy and militarism, including the continuities between administrations, and the complicity of Canadian governments, as well as how activists mobilize through the anti-war movement.  

Signed copies of Medea's most-recent books on killer drones, the U.S.-Saudi connection, and Iran will be available at this event.

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Free Admission. Refreshments will be served.

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About Medea:

Medea Benjamin is the co-founder of the women-led peace group CODEPINK, and the human rights group Global Exchange. An advocate for social justice for more than 40 years, Medea is described as “one of America’s most committed — and most effective — fighters for human rights” by New York Newsday, and “one of the high profile leaders of the peace movement” by the Los Angeles Times. She was one of 1,000 women from 140 countries nominated to receive the Nobel Peace Prize on behalf of the millions of women who do the essential work of peace worldwide. Medea has authored ten books and her articles appear regularly in The Guardian, The Huffington Post, CommonDreams, Alternet and The Hill. 

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When and Where
September 23, 2018 at 2pm - 4pm
Noor Cultural Centre
123 Wynford Dr
Toronto, ON M3C1K1
Canada
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Contact
CODEPINK Toronto ·

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Soheila Nikzadeh Marie Schuster Schuster

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  • Soheila Nikzadeh
    rsvped +2 2018-09-18 12:18:22 -0400
  • Marie Schuster Schuster
    rsvped +1 2018-09-10 15:45:55 -0400
  • Zohra Sultan
    commented 2018-08-09 12:53:14 -0400
    This is a great opportunity for me to learn more about US militarism agenda. I have decided to do my research on US’s militarism in Afghanistan.