Discussion topics will be: What it would take to end the war? What does the anti-war movement need to do to broaden its base?
Panelists include George Friday, National Co-Chair, United for Peace and Justice and Community Organizer; Nicole Price, Community Outreach Coordinator, 1199 SEIU; Betty Robinson, Community Organizer and GPD Member; and Tia Steele, Military Families Speak Out; Gold Star Mother; and member of Baltimore AFSC Staff.
The event will also feature Hip Hop Performing Artists of the Baltimore Algebra Project, Poet RB Jones, and others. A gallery display of photographs from Iraq, right before the war, by photographer-activist Jim Harney, will be on view.
The public is invited to bring food and beverages to share.
The event will be held at The Cork Gallery, 302 Federal Street at the corner of Guilford Ave. (green door, buzzer #9; take elevator to 4th floor. This location is two blocks east of Penn Station.
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This story was published on October 31, 2005.