Wednesday, October 1

What's Going On (In IC)

The good folks at UI Antiwar cobbled this together:

Wed. 10/1 Peace by Piece on PATV18, 8pm. Topic: U.S. Military
Intervention in Iran. Guest: Dr. Maureen McCue of Physicians for
Social Responsibility and UI Center for Human Rights. Contact: Pat

Thurs. 10/2 Noah Merrill of American Friends Service Committee will
speak at Iowa City Public Library, Meeting Room A, 7pm. His topic is
"60 Years of Human Rights: Is the U.S. still a Leader?" Contact: Iowa
UN Association,

Sat. 10/4 Free Rice and Beans Dinner, 5:30pm, Peoples Church, Cedar
Rapids (3rd Ave. and 6th St. SE). Topic: "What is Democracy? More Than
Just Your Vote." Speakers: Ed Fallon, former Iowa lawmaker; Lynn
Heuss, Des Moines community organizer; Mona Shaw, Des Moines Catholic
Worker. Contact Mary Campbell,

Sun. 10/5 Susan Nathan, author of 'The Other Side of Israel: My
Journey Across the Jewish-Arab Divide', will speak at 7pm in Old Brick
Auditorium, 26 E. Market St. (corner of N. Clinton & E. Market in on
campus of Univ. of Iowa). Contact: Margaret Kiekhaefer,

Thurs. 10/9 UI Antiwar Committee's 'War on Terror 101' series
continues with showing of 'Reel Bad Arabs' (,
7pm, MacBride Hall #132, Univ. of Iowa campus. 'Reel Bad Arabs' is a
documentary that addresses the stereotypes of Arabs and Arab culture
in film and their effects upon U.S. society. Contact: Website:

Thurs. 10/9 Discussion on US-Iran Relations, 6pm, International
Programs Commons Room 1117, Old Capitol, UI campus. Speakers: Col.
Richard Klass (ret.), Col. William Hauser (ret.), Dr. David Drake,
Physicians for Social Responsibility. Contact: Physicians for Social

Fri. 10/10 Gloria La Riva, Socialist candidate for President, will
speak at 7pm in Becker Communication Studies Building, #203, Univ. of
Iowa campus (across from Main Library, corner of Madison and
Washington). Her talk will address confronting voters during election
season such as the economy, the Iraq & Afghanistan Wars, immigration,
and workers' rights. Contact: Tim Gauger,

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