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For Peace, Justice & Democracy: U.S. Movement Perspectives
President Biden assumes office in the midst of a host of national crises that impact the world: a white supremacist fascist insurrection and threats of continuing domestic terrorist attacks, the Covid-19 pandemic which has claimed nearly 400,000 U.S. lives and devastated the national economy, emerging and deepening cold wars with China and Russia, and a national budget that prioritizes preparations for war over human needs.

This webinar will present leading voices from the U.S. justice and peace movements, summarizing the challenges the U.S. people face and the priorities of the U.S. justice, peace and democracy movements.

Speakers include:

Rev. Karleen Griffiths Sekou - Director for International Relationships and Organizing for the Black Lives Matter Global Network

Michael Klare - Military Affairs Editor of The Nation Magazine, Co-Founder Committee for a Sane U.S.-China Policy.

Lindsay Koshgarian - Director, National Priorities Project

Initiated by the International Peace Bureau and the Campaign for Peace, Disarmament and Common Security.

For more information contact: JGeson80@gmail.com

Jan 24, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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