Kathy Hersh is scheduled to speak on Friday, April 11, at 10am at The Headquarters Library, 823 Telfair Street, Augusta, GA 30901. We’re using Room B on the first floor. Rather than going through the glass doors to the Circulation Desk, go down the hallway to the right. RSVP and Share on Facebook. Continue reading
Josh Ruebner spoke March 25, 2014 in Evans, GA on his book Shattered Hopes. If you missed it, you can use this torrent to download an audio recording. The length is 26:33.
A temporary copy is available through Dropbox.
Updated March 25, 2014. The recording is now available.
Josh Ruebner, author of Shattered Hopes: Obama’s Failure to Broker Israeli-Palestinian Peace, is scheduled to present at the Columbia County West Rotary Club meeting on Tuesday, March 25. Attendees gather-meet at Lewis Memorial United Methodist Church, 5555 Hereford Farm Rd, Evans, GA, at noon and the meeting starts at 12:15. The program starts at 12:45. Guests are welcome. The admission price is $11 to pay for the buffet lunch. Business attire is appropriate. No blue jeans. For planning purposes, RSVP by Monday, March 24 at noon by e-mailing or calling or texting Ayman Fadel at (706) 284-3002. Copies of the book are available for $25 cash, check, or credit card. Share on Facebook. Download, print & post the flier! Continue reading
Natalia Bowdoin, Amnesty International USA Country Specialist for the Central African Republic (CAR), is scheduled to discuss the current humanitarian crisis in the CAR Wednesday, March 12, from 8pm-10pm in Room 170 of University Hall on the Summerville Campus of Georgia Regents University.
This event is sponsored by the Georgia Regents University Department of Political Science and the Anthropology Student Union.
Professor Bowdoin has served the human rights organization, Amnesty International USA, as a Country Specialist on the Central African Republic since 2004. Prior to this she served in the United States Peace Corps in the CAR as a health educator and adult literacy coordinator for three and a half years. Bowdoin is also an Associate Professor at the University of South Carolina Aiken. She holds a Master of Arts in Language, Reading and Culture from the University of Arizona and a Master of Library Science with a specialization in African Studies Librarianship and a Graduate Certificate in African Studies from Indiana University.
On Wednesday, February 19, 2013, the CSRA Peace Alliance hosted a panel discussion entitled Black Liberation & Palestine Solidarity. Anibal Ibarra recorded a brief pre-panel interview with Lenni Brenner, one of the panelists, the two panelists’s presentation, and an edited version of the Q&A session.
The audio recording, which begins with the panelists’ introduction and lasts through the end of the Q&A session, is available through a torrent.
On Sunday, February 9, beginning at 6 pm, members of the CSRA Peace Alliance are meeting to discuss the future of the organization. The meeting is at a home near the intersection of Stevens Creek Rd and Riverwatch Parkway. Please e-mail or call or text (762) 233-1481 to RSVP and get the location. You can also use Facebook to RSVP.
Updated Feb 25: Recordings of the event now available
Lenni Brenner and Matthew Quest, the authors of Black Liberation and Palestine Solidarity, are scheduled for a panel on this topic on Wednesday, February 19, at 7 pm at The Headquarters Library, 823 Telfair Street, Augusta, GA 30901. We’re using Room B on the first floor. Rather than going through the glass doors to the Circulation Desk, go down the hallway to the right. RSVP and Share on Facebook. And tell your family and friends in Atlanta to listen to Lenni and Matthew on Friday, February 21. Download and distribute the event flyer (JPG format or Adobe PDF).
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