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1000 PeaceWomen @ Lavery Library: Events

Guest Speaker: Tony Jenkins

Guest Speaker: Tony Jenkins, Vice President for Academic Affairs, National Peace Academy and Global Coordinator, International Institute on Peace Education

Monday, October 22
Cleary Auditorium

Peace Education Workshop
Open to Fisher and Nazareth Faculty
sponsored by the SJFC Ethics Minor

Monday, October 22
Lower Level Gallery
Dr. Linda MacCammon
by October 15
Space is limited!


Exhibit Themes

PeaceWomen at Lavery

Every two weeks the exhibit will feature a new theme, focusing attention on one of the many aspects of the Peace Movement and the Women who promote Peace.


September 4 - September 16: Introduction and a focus on PeaceWomen from the United States

September 17 - September 30:  Access to Justice

October 1 - October 14: Children

October 15 - October 28: Peace Education

October 29 - November 11: Access to Health Care

November 12 - November 30: Sustainability

Guest Speaker: Cora Weiss


Guest Speaker: Cora Weiss, President of the Hague Appeal for Peace and longtime peace activist

Monday, October 22
Cleary Auditorium

Cora Weiss at the UN Peace Fair 2010

United Nations Peace Fair on resolution 1325-Women Peace and Security

Guest Speaker: Constance Mitchell

Mitchel for supervisor

Guest Speaker: Constance Mitchell, noted Rochester Area Civil Rights Activist

Thursday, November 1
3:00pm - 4:30pm
Lavery Lower Level Gallery

Ms. Mitchell's talk is co-sponsored by the African American Studies Minor Department

Civil Rights: Rochester civil rights advocate Constance Mitchell
Watch a video interview with Mrs. Mitchell

Constance Mitchell Biography