The following are upcoming events that Voices for Creative Nonviolence is either sponsoring or participating in:
Sunday, April 23 – Saturday, April 29, 2017
Shut Down Creech!
Indian Springs, NV
The event is organized by Veterans for Peace. Kelly’s topic is: confronting state violence by resisting wars in the U.S. and abroad, including the war against impoverished people
What will you do now that the election is over?
6:30 pm – 313 DeRicci Hall, Edgewood College, Madison, WI
Longtime Washington, DC area peace activist Malachy Kilbride, Joy First, peace activist from the Madison area, and Buddy Bell, co-coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence, will discuss ways to get involved in creating a different world following the election. This election year has been very contentious, lacking in civil discourse, and many important issues have not been discussed including ongoing wars, the “upgrading” of the nuclear arsenal, the drone program, and the Pentagon budget. What is important now is to realize that we, the people, have the power to take action and make changes for a better world.
Sponsored by Edgewood College COR General Education Program, National Campaign for Peace Tax Fund, and Madison Pledge of Resistance.
Sunday October 9-Monday October 17,
Speaking Events by Kathy Kelly
Denver and Colorado Springs, Colorado
Saturday September 24,
Speaking Event Kathy Kelly
4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016
Saturday August 27th,
Saturday July 9 @ 6:00 pm and Sunday July 10 @ 10:15 am
Urbana, IL 61801
Saturday May 28 – Saturday June 11,
Thursday thru Sunday March 31-April 16 @ 7pm
The Tea Project Chicago on April 14 at the Tea Project Kathy Kelly will be speaking.
Sunday, March 20 @ 5pm
Marking 13 years since the Shock and Awe U.S. Attack on Iraq
2101 S. Halstead, Chicago
Saturday, January 30 – Monday, February 1
- What has been going on in Egypt since the start of the #Jan25 movement?
- What happened to political prisoners in Egypt? Who enjoys impunity in this new system?
- What is the role of western media and Egyptian media in the human rights crisis?
- How does U.S. strategy in Egypt impact Palestine?
Salma A. Hussein was born, raised, and educated in Cairo, Egypt. Having a first-hand experience of events over the past 5 years has transformed Salma, an ordinary Egyptian science student, into a media producer and educator about the history and contemporary reality of the situation in her country.