Thursday, July 30 @ 7 pm @ St. Joan of Arc Church, 4537 3rd Ave. South in Minneapolis
Kathy Kelly is a long time peace activist, and three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee. She recently participated in a delegation to Pakistan whose purpose was to learn about the political and social conditions in that country and to see the effects of the expanding U.S. war. In Pakistan she met with a broad range of organizations and individuals to learn what is really happening in their country.
The U.S. war in Afghanistan is expanding into Pakistan. In an almost-colonial reference, the war is sometimes referred to as the “Af-Pak” war.
• What is really happening today in Pakistan?
• How does Pakistan relate to the growing U.S. military presence in Afghanistan?
• What are the effects on the Pakistani people of the expanding war?
Come to the July 30 public meeting with Kathy Kelly, coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence to hear an eyewitness account of conditions in Pakistan today. Sponsored by: Twin Cities Peace Campaign-Focus on Iraq; St. Joan of Arc Peacemakers; Iraq Peace Action Coalition; Women Against Military Madness FFI: 612 522-1861 or 612 827-5364, Endorsed by the Anti-War Committee.