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Mel Duncan of Nonviolent Peaceforce

Wednesday, April 8 at 7pm: Mel Duncan of Nonviolent Peaceforce Northampton Friends Meeting House, 43 Center Street, Northampton Mel Duncan is the Co-founder and Directory of Advocacy and Outreach of the Nonviolent Peaceforce. The Nonviolent Peaceforce is an unarmed peacekeeping organization whose goal is to protect civilians and reduce violence in areas affected by armed conflict. Duncan…

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Building Inclusive Communities Symposium

Friday, April 10: Building Inclusive Communities Symposium Holyoke Community College, Kittredge Center, Room No. 301 This gathering of religious leaders, educators, refugee organizations, and law enforcement personnel is intended to provide the public with an opportunity to engage with public sector workers and understand how divides between American-Muslims and the broader American public have manifested…

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How to Abolish Nuclear Weapons

Some clips from Dr. Gerson’s talk: Today’s deal with Iran and its importance: Why North Korea has nuclear weapons: The importance of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty: The world is angry at the United States: Listen to the entire talk here: “How to Abolish Nuclear Weapons” A Conversation with Dr. Joseph Gerson Thursday, April 2 at…

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Immigration Policies and Local Answers to a Global Issue

Monday, March 9 4:30 p.m. Lewis Global Studies Center Smith College’s Lewis Global Studies Center and the Center for Community Collaboration is organizing a panel entitled “Immigration Policies and Local Answers to a Global Issue: Resettlement Experiences and Challenges of Displaced People.” Panelists will include AFSC Program Coordinator Jeff Napolitano and Susannah Crolius of the…