WESLACO: FIFTH ANNUAL PEACE & JUSTICE GATHERING – Sat Jan 30

FIFTH ANNUAL PEACE & JUSTICE GATHERING

SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 2010

10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

South Texas College, Weslaco, Student Services F-Building

Keynote Speaker

Sarwat Husain

President, San Antonio Council of American-Islamic Relations

“The War, Islamophobia, and the Aftermath

of the Fort Hood Shootings”

Also Featuring:

Workshop on Immigration Rights and Upcoming Legislation

Workshop on American Imperialism and What Comes Next

Workshop led by delegate to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

All Day: A Children’s Play-Day Promoting Peace through Early Awareness

Come at 9:00 to set up a display table. Bring your children!

This event is sponsored by People for Peace and Justice of the Rio Grande Valley, a coalition of persons and organizations opposed to violence, lies and greed that subvert democratic government and society. We try to model peace and tolerance within our association and in dealings with others. We come from diverse backgrounds—ages, races, ethnic groups, educational levels, religions and philosophies, political and sexual orientations. And we welcome opportunities to work with others who share our commitment to peace and justice.

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One Response to “WESLACO: FIFTH ANNUAL PEACE & JUSTICE GATHERING – Sat Jan 30”

  1. I’ll try to be there.

    Carl Webb
    Veterans For Peace

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