Are you worried about the infantile war of personal insults between President Trump and Kim Jong-Un? There’s no question that it raises the risk of nuclear war by catastrophic miscalculation. North Korea recently tested a 150 KT nuclear weapon. Find out what such a bomb would do to your city, based on present weather conditions….NUKEMAP, by Alex Wellerstein
Khawla Hammad has been a stateless refugee in Lebanon for 69 years. At the age of sixteen, she was expelled from her village of Kabri, in Palestine. Now she is 84 years old and still a refugee in Lebanon, with no citizenship in any country at all. Israel expelled most of the population in 1948, and has prevented them from returning to their homes. Kabri and hundreds of other towns and villages were leveled to the ground, a crime that Palestinians call al-Nakba (the Catastrophe). Meet Khawla and 23-year-old Palestinian refugee, journalist and translator Amena Elashkar….read more
Sunday, October 15, 6:00pm, Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus Office, 11910 Detroit Avenue, Lakewood, Ohio 44107
Sponsored by The North America Nakba Tour, Al-Awda Cleveland & Cleveland Peace Action Education Fund. Free will offering.
Tuesday, October 10th @ 7 pm
Market Garden Brewery, 1947 West 25th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44113
The U.S. and North Korea are facing off, nuclear build up continues across the globe and most of us are confused. Dr. Francis Chiappa will take us on a visual hike through the Nuclear Age. The arms race, the real risks of nuclear war, who controls the buttons, citizen resistance to the build up and use of nuclear weapons, and what we can do to avoid Armageddon.
Peace@ThePub: Smart talk, good beer
Presented by Cleveland Peace Action Education Fund. Free and Open to the Public. More
On Sunday, September 10th, I stood outside FirstEnergy Stadium, home of the Cleveland Browns, to greet Steelers and Browns fans eager to attend the first game of the regular season. I was impressed with so many people reaching to shake my hand and thank me for my service, as I wore my vintage army dress uniform and held a peace flag. I said to one man, “You would think I was running for office” and he said, “Maybe you should.”