Barth Hall, St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral
4800 Woodward Avenue
Important Venue Notes
Woodward Ave. at Warren. Plenty of safe, lighted parking off of Warren, east of Woodward.
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Saturday, June 16, 2018 from 3-5pm
This event will present the questions you need to ask Congressional candidates before the August 7 Primary Election, such as, "What will you do to prevent gun violence?" and "How will you get the U.S. out of the war on Yemen?" The presenters are: Kamilia Landrum, Director of Programs, Detroit NAACP Prasad Venugopal, Physics Prof., U of D Mercy Sarah O'Donnell, The Progressive Youth Assembly Fred Pearson, Center for Peace Studies, WSU *We are inviting Congressional candidates for Districts 9 thru 14. You will have time to ask them your questions about war and peace. Co-Sponsors: Detroit NAACP, Michigan Coalition for Human Rights, Citizens for Peace, Jobs with Justice, Promote the Vote, Swords into Plowshares, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Veterans for Peace Chapters 74 and 93, P.E.A.C.E. (Public Education and Community Engagement) *Free *Light Refreshments
Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 5pm
Details to be announced.
Sunday, August 6, 2017 from 7-9pm
"Nuclear Disarmament: What is taking us so long?" will be presented by Sister Megan Rice from Washington, D.C. Sister Megan Rice was 82 years old in 2012 when she and two fellow activists broke onto the property of the Y-12 uranium plant for nuclear bombs in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The antiwar protest was called "the biggest security breach in the history of the nation's atomic complex." They were convicted of trespassing. When she was released after serving two years in prison, she said, "We have 7,000 nuclear weapons under the control of one man...I'm not out of prison. None of us is out of prison as long as one nuclear bomb exists." Megan is at the center of Washington Post reporter Dan Zak's book, "Almighty: Courage, Resistance, and Existential Peril in the Nuclear Age."