Meeting at John Barrow’s Office to Call for End of US Aid to Israel and End of Siege of Gaza

Updated July 26, 2014: Picture of some of the people who attended the meeting at Mr. Barrow’s office.

On Thursday, July 24, at 10:00 am, constituents of Representative John Barrow are scheduled to meet with his District Director to call for Representative Barrow to end U.S. aid to Israel and lift the siege of Gaza. The office is located at Enterprise Mill, 1450 Greene Street, Suite 550, Augusta, GA 30901. You can RSVP & Share on Facebook and send a Twitter status update.


Fall Planning Meeting, Sep 9, 8pm, Convent of St Helena

The CSRA Peace Alliance’s Fall Planning Meeting is set for Tuesday, September 9, at 8 pm at the Convent of St. Helena, 3042 Eagle Drive, Augusta GA 30906. Use these directions, as GPS is not 100% helpful in the last several turns.

Take the opportunity to hear Kim Davies’s lecture Explaining Southern Violence at the nearby Maxwell Library at 6 pm earlier that day.

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Explaining Southern Violence, Sep 9, 6pm, Maxwell Library

Professor Kim Davies is scheduled to present “Explaining Southern Violence,” Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at 6 pm at the Maxwell Library at 1927 Lumpkin Rd in Augusta, next to Butler High School.

Much data indicate that the Southern region of the U.S. has more violence. As far back as 1880, scholars such as H.C. Redfield began noting and exploring the variations in violent behavior between the North and the South in the United States (Redfield 1880). Professor Kim Davies will share some of this data including recent data and then consider/present different possible explanations for the higher rates in the south. Much of the talk is based on Nisbet and Cohen’s 1996 book, Culture of Honor: The Psychology of Violence in the South. Temperature, slavery, poverty, and the culture of honor will be discussed. Continue reading

Until the Rulers Obey: Voices from Latin American Social Movements, Tue, May 13, 6:30pm

Until the Rulers ObeyReading & Discussion with editor Clifton Ross, Tue, May 13, 6:30 pm, HQ Library, 823 Telfair St, Augusta, GA. Admission is free. RSVP & Share on Facebook. Download, print & post the flyer.

What do activists working for peace in Augusta, GA have to learn from activists in other nations of the Americas? Clifton Ross & Marcy Rein traveled the Americas for years interviewing people from various backgrounds attempting to press their groups’ demands from governments professing a variety of orientations, including those claiming to support the poor. Clifton will present some of the important lessons those activists have learned so that we in Augusta, Georgia can become more effective.

The book Until the Rulers Obey will be on sale, $25 cash or $30 credit or check.

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What Can You Do to Prevent Bullying? Fri, Apr 11, 10am

Update: There is now a torrent for the recording.
You can also temporarily get it as a direct download from Dropbox.

Update Apr 20, 2014: Anibal Ibarra has produced a video recording of the event.

Bullying Prevention from anibalshow on Vimeo.

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

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