What: DePaul University Non-Violence and Social Justice TEACH IN
Topic: Islam, Pluralism and Democracy in America and the West.
When: Tuesday, February 20, 2007 at 11:00AM – 7:00PM
Where: Depaul University, 25 East Jackson
Presenters: Tom Judge- Depaul University Ministry, Ahmed Rehab – Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Chicago), Musical presentation by Waltrina Middleton and Katie Brick, Waltrina Middleton- Child Labor Law Reform in India, Darlene Gramigna- American Friends Service Committee, Maureen Dolan- Gandhi and Non-Violence, Emily Miller- New Orleans Immersion, Anne Rapp- Steans Center, Elizabeth Vastine- Restorative Justice, Kathy Kelly- Voices for Creative Non-Violence, Ron Lackey -Iraq Veterans Advocacy Group, Alexis Chamtcheu- Prison Ministry, Annie Rooney- DePaul Students Against War, Stephanie Basanez-Latino Law Student Assoc. and National Lawyers Guild, Ario Mashayekhi- Slide Show on Iran, Elliot Slosar -Campaign to End Death Penalty, Christina Ganim- Students for Justice In Palestine, Susan Garcia Treischmann- Restorative Justice, Maureen Dolan- Gandhi and Non-violence, Ron Lackey- Veterans Advocacy Group, Pat Hunt- Code Pink Women for Peace, Kate Walsh-Military Families Speak Out Organization, Karen Johnson- Department of Peace
Information Booths: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), Campaign to End Death Penalty, Restorative Justice, DePaul Students Against War, Feminists in Action, Veterans Advocacy Group, Code Pink, Steans Center, Voices for Creative Non-Violence, Gandhi Non- Violence Conference, University Ministry, and CAIR-Chicago
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