Public Forum: Is U.S. Military Intervention Ever Humanitarian?


Wednesday, May 4 @ 7:00 PM, Carlson School, 321 19th Avenue S, U of M West bank Campus, Room 1-127, Minneapolis, MN

On March 19, 2011 the U.S. launched a new military intervention in the Middle East, this time in Libya. The military action in Libya was called a humanitarian response to the crisis in that country.

Come to the May 4th forum for a discussion:  *What economic and political issues are behind U.S. military interventions around the world?  *Why is the history of U.S. military action being couched in humanitarian terms?  *Will “humanitarian intervention” be the new excuse for waging wars around the world?


  • Anne Winkler-Morey, PhD, Historian of Latin America, U.S. foreign relations and transnational social movements, community faculty at member at Metro State University
  • Gary Prevost, Professor of Political Science,  College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University
  • April Knutson, Lecturer, U of M French Department, member, Haiti Justice Committee of MN.

Co-Sponsored by: Students United, Mayday Bookstore, Minnesota Peace Action Coalition, Anti-War Committee and others.

For more information 612 333-4719.