Berkeley: An Evening With Medea Benjamin
INSIDE IRAN: The Real History and Politics of the Islamic Republic of Iran
Friday, June 15, 2018, 6:30PM-9PM
Berkeley Fellowship Hall Of Unitarian Universalists 1601 Bonita Ave
Berkeley, Ca. 94709
Medea Benjamin will speak about her work and her new book Inside Iran, which “cuts sharply through the inflammatory rhetoric surrounding U.S.-Iranian relations to present a realistic and hopeful case for the two nations’ future” and asking the question “how is it that Iran has become the primary target of American antagonism, when Saudi Arabia – a regime far more repressive – has become one of America’s closest allies?” Medea will sign copies of her book
Joanna Macy will open our program with wisdom from Active Hope: How To Face The Mess We’re In Without Going Crazy (https://www.activehope.info/joanna-macy.html)
Plus beloved musician Betsy Rose, and dynamic activist leaders working to build a peace economy and to DIVEST from the war economy. This promises to be a serious, energizing and uplifting event for all who are concerned with peace and justice.
6:30 pm Potluck dinner (organic + vegetarian please), music, information tables.
7:00 pm Program
8:30 Book signing, Dessert Reception (for $5-$20 donation to Codepink). Stay for homemade pie, cookies, cupcakes, wine, tea.
$5-$20 suggested donation; no one turned away for lack of funds. Sponsors: Codepink Golden Gate; BFUU Social Justice Committee. The public is invited.
Contact:email@example.comFacebook: Codepink Women for Peace, Golden Gate Chapter
If you cannot come to the talk please consider buying a book: Inside Iran: The Real History and Politics of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
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