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‘Drones Around the Globe: Proliferation and Resistance’ Nov. 16-17 at the Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC

CODEPINK, The Nation Magazine, the Institute for Policy Studies and the Center for Constitutional Rights invite you to an International Drone Summit titled

It’s time to expose the illegal use of drones for killing abroad and spying at home. We are bringing together drone survivors from Pakistan,Yemen and Afghanistan, human rights advocates, lawyers, authors, artists and musicians, and grassroots activists for a weekend of educating and organizing.

Speakers include Dr. Cornel West, international law expert Mary Ellen O’Connell, author of Drone Warfare Medea Benjamin, Amnesty International’s Zeke Johnson, ACLU’s Hina Shamsi, Pakistani drone victim attorney Shahzad Akbar, Afghan women’s rights advocates Fahima Vorgetts and Suraia Sahar, Retired Colonel Ann Wright, UK/Europe drone expert Chris Cole, British scientist Noel Sharkey, inventor of Dronestagram James Bridle, designer of drone-repellent stealthwear Adam Harvey, and peace activist Kathy Kelly. Workshops include topics such as passing local legislation, social media training, student organizing and creative resistance. Evening events include film screenings, art shows and music.

The day before the Summit, Nov. 15, join us for a march from the White House to the headquarters of drone maker General Atomics. After the Summit, on Nov. 18, we will lobby members of Congress to push for legislation regulating the use of killer drones and domestic spy drones.

Come join us for a truly historical and global gathering.

Space limited. Register now at www.codepink.org/drones2013. Student price: $10. Free housing available.

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