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November 2005 Schedule of Events PDF Print E-mail
Note: The following abbreviations signify different event locations: CC (Convention Center, 801 Front Ave), HJ (Howard Johnson Hotel, 1011 Veterans Parkway), and DI (Days Inn, 3170 Victory Drive).


Monday, November 14th - Wednesday November 16th:

Join the Puppetistas to create art work, puppets and banners to make the vigil a vibrant success; Come to Columbus to help us prepare for the demonstration. Bring Brass instruments for the Puppet Pageant! Contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information.

Thursday, November 17th:

1-5pm: Former Prisoner Gathering and Re-Entry Workshop. Contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information. HJ

7-10pm: Nonviolence Training* HJ


Friday, November 18th:


12noon
Atlanta, GA: Rally & Press Conference at the Coca-Cola Headquaters. on your way to Columbus, GA

9am-5pm
From Violence to Wholeness, nonviolence trainings sponsored by Pace e Bene. CC 208
9am-12pm Nonviolence Training CC 101
12-1:30pm Haiti: the International Community's Dictatorship CC 207
1-4pm Nonviolence Training CC 101
1:30-4pm Peacemaker Trainings CC 201
1:30-3:30pm Ending Impunity in Argentina with Patricia Isasa CC 211
3:30-6:30pm Colombia Teach-In HJ Pres
4:30-6pm Film: The Revolution will not be Televised CC 211
5-7pm Workshop: Strategic Organizing to Uproot the System and Build a Better World CC 205
6-8 pm Progressive Catholic Coalition Liturgy HJ Carter
6-9pm Nonviolence Training CC 101
6-8pm Workshop with Representatives of SINALTRAINALCC 207
6:15-8:15pmIgnatian Family Teach-In for JusticeTent

6:30-9:30pm
From Violence to Wholeness, nonviolence trainings sponsored by Pace e Bene. CC 208
7-9pm Human Rights Accompaniment in Colombia, sponsored by the Fellowship of Reconciliation CC 211
7-9:15pm Pax Christi Gathering: A Remembrance of the Four Churchwomen HJ Pres
7:30-10pm Peacemaker Trainings CC 201
7:30-9pm Film: Hidden in Plain Sight CC 205
8-10 pmLegal Observer TrainingDI
9-11pmDirect Action Meeting: All CD participants should come to coordinate actions and join affinity groups. Supporters Welcome. CC 207
8:30-9:30pm Puppetistas present: When the Levee Breaks HJ Carter
9:30pm Benefit Concert HJ Pres


Saturday, November 19th:

7:30-8:30am Presbyterian BreakfastHoliday Inn North
8:30am-11am Witness for Peace Open House HJ Pres
9am-12pmIgnatian Family Teach-In for JusticeTent
9-10am Sing Along for children: "Close the SOA" songs CC 104
9-11am Morning Plenary: All participants are asked to attend to receive crucial Legal, Direct Action, and Legislative information. CC Ballroom BC
10-11am Teach-in for Middle School Children CC 211
9-11am Labor Caucus CC 205
11am-12pm Tom Melville Book Signing CC 103
11:00am-5pm Rally at the Gates of Fort Benning
4:30-5:30pmStop the Merchants of Death, sponsored by the War Resisters League CC 213
4:30-5:30pmIraq Veterans GatheringCC 208
4:30-6:30pm GI Rights Training CC 205
4:30-6:30pm SOA and NUKES: Two Tools of US Domination, Two Movements for Justice, sponsored by the Nevada Desert Experience CC 211
5-7pm Workshop with Representatives of SINALTRAINALCC 207
5-7pm Venezuela Update followed by an open group discussion, sponsored by the Venezuela Information Office CC 103
5-6:30pmStudent CaucusCC Ballroom A
5-8pm Maryknoll Gathering CC 104
5:30-6:30pm Christian Peacemaker Teams Gathering CC 208
5:40-6:40 Carolinas Witness for Peace - SOAW Gathering HJ Carter
5:45-7:15pm Legislative Training I CC 212
6-8pm The International Law Enforcement Academy: the SOA's new little sister CC 201
6:30-7:30pm Survivors' Speak Out: An Open Dialogue to Find Ways to Abolish Torture. Seven torture survivors share their stories and invite us into the struggle. CC Ballroom BC
6:30Progressive Catholic Mass: All are welcome!DI
7-8pmCounter-Recruitment Strategy MeetingCC Ballroom A
6-7:30pm Coalition of Immokalee Workers Update: a Discussion of the Movement to Reform the Fast Food Industry. CC 213
7-9pmJesuit MassTent
7-8:30pm Church of the Brethren Gathering HJ Pres
7-9pm People of Color Caucus (for People of Color only) CC 205
7-9pm Undoing Imperialism WithinCC 103
7-9pm Veterans for Peace Gathering HJ
7:30-8:30pm Presentation by Argentine Labor Activists, Echan los Patrones CC 207
7:45-9:15pm Legislative Training II CC 212
8-9pmOur Movements United: We Can Win! Speakers will include: Medea Benjamin, Sister Diana Ortiz, Sister Helen Prejean, Camilo Mejia, and a representative of the Coalition of Immokalee WorkersCC Ballroom BC
8-9:30pm Update from the St. Patrick's Four, the first and only people to face federal conspiracy charges stemming from resistance to the war in Iraq. DI
8-9:30pm Fundraising Reception CC 211
8-9:30pm Direct Action Meeting: All CD participants should come to coordinate actions and join affinity groups. Supporters Welcome. CC 213
8:15-9:30pm Film: Hidden in Plain Sight CC 201
9-10pmCatholic Worker GatheringCC 208
9-10pmFilm: El Enemigo ComunCC 207
9:30-10:30pm Spokescouncil Meeting: all Affinity Groups should send at least one representative CC 213
9:30pm Benefit Concert CC Ballroom


Sunday, November 20th:

8:30am-4pm Memorial Service and Solemn Funeral Procession, followed by Nonviolent Direct Action, Puppets and Festival of Resistance

 

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