Event Details Tuesday, Oct 20, 2015 5:30 – 7:30 PM New Hampshire Institute of Art, Fuller Hall 156 Hanover Street Manchester, NH 03104 The American Friends Service Committee’s new traveling exhibit, “All of Us or None,” examines the effects of militarism at both the foreign and domestic policy levels. It also highlights alternatives and positive nonviolent solutions. The opening, to be held October 20th at 5:30 pm, is the first of its kind for the New Hampshire Creative Club. Partnered with American Friends Service Committee and New Hampshire Peace Action, we are bringing the “All of Us or None” exhibition to New Hampshire. This event will start with general networking and a viewing of the artwork. Following the viewing, a discussion will be held nearby.
Join us for Concord’s premier performance of “METAMORPHOSIS TWO: The Corporation Strikes Back”, a Historical ~ Musical ~ Comedy written by Arnie Alpert of AFSC NH, which asks the question:
HOW WOULD YOU FEEL IF YOU WOKE UP ONE MORNING AND DISCOVERED YOU HAD BEEN TRANSFORMED INTO A CORPORATION?
This play is a fabulously fun way to learn the history and impact of the Supreme Court’s “Citizen United” decision and corporate “personhood”.
Program starts promptly at 6:30 PM
Discussion & Refreshment to follow
FREE TO ALL
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Henniker Congregational Church and Parish Hall, Maple Street, Route 114, Henniker, NH
5:00 PM Potluck Dinner Bring your favorite international dish 7:00 PM Concert
An evening of music by world renowned recording artist Delfeayo Marsalis.
This event is held by Henniker Peace Community to benefit Uptown Music Theatre, New Orleans UMT presents a message of racial & cultural diversity, building a stronger community.
Donation: Adults $10 Students $5 Children under 5 are free.
For more information please contact Barbara C. French 428-3366
DOOR PRIZES GENEROUSLY PROVIDED BY AREA MERCHANTS
NH Peace Action will have a table at the Laconia Multicultural Festival is a signature event in the Downtown which celebrates the rich cultural diversity of Laconia and the Lakes Region from it’s earliest days to recently arrived New Americans. The festival highlights the music, arts, crafts and cuisine in honor of this growing diversity. Authentic artists from cultures represented in our community perform in Rotary Park. In the last thirty years in particular, immigrants and political refugees/New Americans arrived from almost every country in the world. They are our friends and neighbors, adding richness to our community. http://laconiamulticulturalfestival.org/html/about.html
Complimentary Cocktails at 5 PM
Full and Flavorful Feast will be served at 6 PM
Come and support NH Peace Action while enjoying an evening of education, entertainment and mouth watering cuisine! Special Guest and Keynote speaker will be Robert Shetterly, Harvard graduate and author of “American’s Who Tell the Truth”. Robert has created a series of paintings depicting people who have powerfully spoken out about the truth, even against difficult odds. He has poignantly combined their images with their words. His work has sparked conversations with adults and children alike on the necessity of dissent withing a democratic system. Robert´s paintings and prints have gained popularity and now are in collections all over the U.S. and Europe. Read more about him at http://www.americanswhotellthetruth.org/.
Music will be provided by the popular Patrick Scanlon! Pat Scanlon is a Vietnam veteran and the coordinator (elected leader) of the Boston chapter of Veterans for Peace, also called the “Smedley Butler Brigade”, as well as a talented banjo player. He has written and performed such songs such as “War is Not the Answer, Never Was, Never Will” , “Extremists”, (This song is a comment on the police surveillance that has been done on peace activists in the Boston area who were using their First Amendment rights of free speech and peaceful assembly. For background see: http://aclum.org/…) and “Where is the Rage?”
Link to “War is Not the Answer, Never was, Never Will”
$40 for Members or if purchased in advance
$50 if purchased at the door
$10 for Students/ Low Income