The art of Syrian-born, New Haven-living artist and architect Mohamad Hafez is a passionate depiction of what has become of his home country and its people. Come and hear him speak Sunday at 2 p.m. at United Church Parish House, 323 Temple St., New Haven.Read More »
Peace in the Arts
As thousands of refugees land daily on the Greek island of Lesvos, world-renowned photographer Giles Duley documents the relief and suffering of reaching dry land.Read More »
FJK Dance is proud to present “A Fusion of Culture and Dance.” A MESSAGE OF PEACE. Sponsored by the Consulate General of Lebanon in New York City, Pasos Peace Museum and the Arabic Studies Center at Hunter College, this program is an opportunity to communicate peace, diversity, tolerance, and harmony, to educate and share the endless possibilities in finding connections ...Read More »
"Sidelined" with pneumonia, Michael Moore says he needs our help. "I need you to be part of a quickly cobbled-together 'army' of grassroots 'ambassadors' who can do the work I was going to do this week to let people know about the movie and convince as many as possible to go see it."Read More »
‘The Settlers’ Reveals History & Consequences of Israeli Settlements on Palestinian Land | Democracy Now!
"Continued settlement activities are an affront to the Palestinian people and to the international community. They rightly raise fundamental questions about Israel’s commitment to a two-state solution." ~ Secretary-General Ban Ki-MoonRead More »
An excerpt from a newly released memoir detailing the horrors of being a Guantanamo detainee.Read More »
In "War Is Not a Game," Nan Levinson delivers a sympathetic and perceptive analysis of the formation and early years of Iraq Veterans Against the War.Read More »
A rich and thoughtful account of how the U.S. military has protected, supported, clashed with and occasionally undermined constitutional government in this country is presented in the new book "Soldiers on the Home Front: The Domestic Role of the American Military."Read More »
Artists of conscience have always responded angrily and passionately to war, genocide and torture. This book examines the work of American visual artists from 1935 to 2010 who believed that governments and humanity must be held to higher moral standards.Read More »
When We Fight, We Win: New Book Showcases Social Movements & Activists Transforming the World | Democracy Now!
What do immigration raids and police brutality have in common? They've both sparked growing social movements demanding justice.Read More »
25 years before Seeger sang “Waist Deep in the Big Muddy” on national television in 1968, he drew the attention of the FBI by writing a letter to the California chapter of the American Legion.Read More »