Counter-Summit for Peace and Justice: Chicago May 18 & 19

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Friday, May 18, 2012 - 12:10pm - Saturday, May 19, 2012 - 12:00am

Counter-Summit

<p style="text-align: left;" align="center">While NATO meets in Chicago, peace and justice activists will gather at the <em>Counter-Summit for Peace and Justice.</em><em></em></p>

While NATO meets in Chicago, peace and justice activists will gather at the Counter-Summit for Peace and Justice.

While NATO meets in Chicago, peace and justice activists will gather at the Counter-Summit for Peace and Justice  to map an alternative path towards a world free of war, want, and occupations.

Confirmed Speakers Include:

Vijay Prashad –TrinityCollege
Sarita Gupta – Jobs with Justice
Tobias Pflüger – Former Member of European Parliament
Tom Hayden (Chicago8) – Peace and Justice Resource Center
Suraia Sahar – Afghans for Peace
Bruce Gagnon – Global Network against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space
Reiner Braun – International Coordinating Committee - No to War, No to NATO
Jackie Cabasso– Western States Legal Fund
John Nichols – The Nation
Judith Le Blanc – Peace Action
Phyllis Bennis – Institute for Policy Studies
and many more…

24 Workshops, International Speakers, Trainings, Campaign Briefings

People’s Church, 941 W Lawrence, Chicago, IL
3 blocks east of the Lawrence stop of the Red Line train

Sponsored by: Network for a NATO Free Future: a coalition of peace, faith, labor, economic and racial justice, and immigrant rights groups
To register or for more information, please visit: www.natofreefuture.org or email: info@natofreefuture.com.

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