Stop Aggression! Peace Teach-In

 — Mar. 17, 200717 mars 2007

Stop Aggression! Peace Teach-In is being held in Saskatoon on March 17th at St. Thomas More College (University of Saskatchewan) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The keynote speaker is writer and activist, Professor Michael Mandel (Osgoode Hall Law School, York University). Workshops include: Michael Mandel ‘The War between Israel and Palestine’; David Orchard ‘Illegal wars, illegal weapons: Vietnam to Afghanistan’; TBA ‘How aggression destroys development’; John Parry ‘How agression destroys peacekeeping’; Marion Penna ‘Depleted uranium: the Saskatchewan connection’; and Mike Fornssler ‘Propaganda: a must see’.

The cost to attend is $10 (fully waged) or $5 (students, seniors, low income). Bring your own lunch. Co-sponsors: Saskatoon Peace Coalition: United Nations Association of Canada – Saskatoon; St. Thomas More College Campus Ministry; Citizens Concerned About Free Trade. Call 306-653-5636. Download the poster. (PDF)

March 17, 2007 is a pan-Canadian day of action for peace on the fourth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. Visit the Canadian Peace Alliance website for events across the country.

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