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Dialogue for Peace V

Democracy Today:
Human Rights, Globalization, War and Peace


Friday, September 19, 2003 • 6:00-9:30pm
Namaste Hall • California Institute of Integral Studies

Program

Convener

Angana Chatterji, Professor, Social and Cultural Anthropology, CIIS.

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OFFERINGS

Jason Shanks, Musician.

'Last Train For Peace'

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Penny Rosenwasser, Peace Activist, Jewish Voice For Peace.

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Judie Wexler, Academic Vice President, CIIS.

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OPENING REMARKS:
Building Emancipatory Culture

Dorsey Blake, Minister, The Church For The Fellowship Of All Peoples.

Prayers for Peace and Justice

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Richard Shapiro, Professor, Social and Cultural Anthropology, CIIS.

Building Emancipatory Cultures: Solidarity and Difference

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PANEL I:
Israel-Palestine: Commitments to Co-existence

Liat Weingart, Advocate, Jewish Voice for Peace.

Hands Tied Behind Our Backs: Resistance in Palestine and Israel

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Hatem Bazian, Professor, U.C. Berkeley.

Palestine: "A Road Map" Without a Road

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PANEL II:
Globalization, Human Rights and 'Security'

Medea Benjamin, Co-founder, Global Exchange.

Rethinking Globalization: Challenges Ahead

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Angana Chatterji, Professor, Social and Cultural Anthropology, CIIS.

Saffron Tyranny: Hindu Nationalism in India

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Zulfiqar Ahmad, Peace & Security Program Officer, Nautilus Institute for Security & Sustainable Development.

Challenges to Democracy in An Age of Greed

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Please send questions, suggestions or thoughts to Angana Chatterji at achatterji@ciis.edu
or call 415.575.6119
audio & design by Jason Shanks
photos by Jason Shanks, Gretchen Coombs &