From Pinochet to Rumsfeld: Accountability of U.S. Officials for Torture

By admin on January 22, 2007

Here’s a forum that anyone against the SOA and its history of torture needs to check out: bringing U.S. officials to justice for war crimes. The discussion, this Thursday at the New York Society for Ethical Culture, will include news on the pending criminal complaint in Germany against Donald Rumsfeld for war crimes.

Guest speakers:

Thursday, January 25, 7-9pm
New York Society for Ethical Culture, Auditorium
2 W. 64th St. at Central Park West
Subway: 1 to 66th and Broadway; A, B, C, D to Columbus Circle
Free and open to the public. For more info, contact CCR at 212-614-6443
or visit www.ccr-ny.org.

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David Kotelchuck Talk: Foreign Oil, Energy Independence, and U.S. Foreign Policy

By admin on January 11, 2007

Five Towns Forum invites you to a talk by Hunter College Center for Occupational & Environmental Health director David Kotelchuck, PhD, who will discuss our current dependence on foreign oil and its increasing scarcity, and examine alternative domestic energy resources and energy conservation.

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