Calendar

Upcoming Events of interest to the NH Peace Community.
Email us at info@nhpeaceaction.org with event postings.

 

August 3, 2019

Granny D Memorial Walk

9:00 am - 1:00 pm @ Dublin to Peterborough

 SAVE THE DATE for the 2019 Granny D Memorial Walk!  This is the 6th Annual Walk and the 20th Anniversary of Doris’s historic walk.

We will begin walking at 9 am near Granny D’s home in Dublin and end in Depot Square, Peterborough for a Community Celebration.  We will hear stories about Granny D from some of her friends and have music and lunch!

PLEASE RSVP HERE!


August 9, 2019

Hiroshima - Nagasaki Rememberance Day Vigil

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm @ City Plaza, Concord, NH

August 9th at 5:30 PM – Statehouse Plaza: A Remembrance of Hiroshima and Nagasaki plus Action for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons. Join the group at 5:30 for speakers and songs followed by a walk to the river for a laying of flowers and reading of the names of some of the bombing victims.

Co-sponsored by NH Peace Action, Peace with Justice Advocates of the NH United Church of Christ, NH Veterans For Peace, American Friends Service Committee-NH Program, South Congregational Church Church-Concord and UU Action-Manchester


August 21, 2019

Solidarity Walk for Social Justice

9:15 am - 10:35 am @ New Hampshire

American Friends Service Committee-NH and NH Council of Churches will begin their Solidarity Walk for Social Justice on August 21.

Walkers and Volunteers MUST sign up and complete the waiver form found here: http://nhchurches.org/walk2019/

Participants will walk the 36 miles from Concord to Dover over the course of these days and you are welcome to join us! The walk begins in Concord at the US District Courthouse. The walk will end at the Strafford County Jail in Dover, where ICE jails people slated for their deportation. Can you join us?

Each day participants will walk 8-10 miles and stop in towns along the way. In the evenings we will hold educational, prayerful or discussion-focused events open to the public.


September 28, 2019

AFSC-NH Annual Event

5:00 pm - 9:00 pm @ Concord, NH

September 28, 2019 will be the date of American Friends Service Committee-NH’s Annual Dinner.

Senator Jo Comerford will be the keynote speaker.

Please click here for more information


October 12, 2019

SAVE THE DATE FOR THE ANNUAL EVENT!

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm @ Bektash Temple - 189 Pembroke Rd, Concord, NH

Please join NH Peace Action for our Annual Event and Fall Fundraiser.

In addition to networking with more than 100 dedicated peace and social advocates, you will be able to visit Action Tables of local activist groups. Past tabling organizations and actions have included petitions, sign making, money stamping, postcard writing and more by groups such as 350NH, Palestine Education Network, Open Democracy, Veterans For Peace and many others!

Ticket price includes a scrumptious dinner prepared by Executive Director Will Hopkins and his incredible kitchen crew.

After dinner, we will hear from Jamila Raqib, Executive Director of the Albert Einstein Institution and Research Affiliate of the Center for International Studies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). You can read more about Jamila HERE.  

Jamila will speak on: Nonviolent Resistance in the Global Struggle to Defend Democracy and Human Rights

Recent years have witnessed a proliferation of nonviolent movements and an expansion in the use of nonviolent means to address diverse political problems, including to defend the rights of minorities and oppressed communities, advance environmental and human rights campaigns, and to preserve democratic freedoms and institutions. But in spite of this expansion, as a field, nonviolent resistance continues to be neglected, and as a technique and type of social and political action, the phenomenon is not well understood, including by policymakers, journalists, academics, or citizens or institutions in our societies.

By drawing from selected contemporary and historical movements, we will explore the lessons that can be gained from global movements to face current challenges in the fight to advance human rights and defend democratic rights, institutions, and norms.

Doors open at 5 pm with a cash bar and networking opportunities.

Get your tickets today!  

Students $15.00

NHPA Members $40.00

Non-members $50.00 (comes with a one year membership)

Please email doreen@nhpeaceaction.org for information on reduced ticket prices for fixed income.


March 24, 2020

Discussion

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm @ Plymouth

Speaker: Michael Klare

Date of Talk: Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Time of Talk:  7:00 pm

Location of Talk:  Smith Recital Hall, Silver Center for the Arts, Plymouth State University

Title of TalkWar at Warp Speed: Emerging Technologies, Great-Power Tensions, and the Risks of Nuclear Escalation

Michael T. Klare.  is the Defense correspondent for The Nation and professor emeritus of peace and world-security studies at Hampshire College and senior visiting fellow at the Arms Control Association in Washington, DC.