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CKMS Community Connections for 20 January 2020 with Tamara Lorincz

Show Notes

Tamara Lorincz in the studio at the microphone
Tamara Lorincz

Tamara Lorincz talks about peace, nonviolence, the arms trade, militarization, Canada’s interference in international affairs, the military’s excessive additions to Canada’s carbon footprint, and lists the many events, rallies, and protests coming up in Waterloo Region.

The interview starts at 5m19s.

Online:

Organizations and Resources

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Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-01-20.mp3 (54.2 MiBytes, 59m12s, episode 36)

Podcast Index

  • 00m24s: The Soviet Influence | Boundaries (album cover with an illustration of a large snowball, two stick figures, and the moon (?)The Soviet InfluenceAstronomical Wonders from the Boundaries album
  • 5m19s: Tamara Lorincz talks about Martin Luther King Jr. and the film showing MLK: A Call To Conscience, Canada’s military interference in other countries and domestically, extractive imperialism, the need for peaceful foreign policy, the climate crisis and military GHG emissions, the Peace With Iran rally
  • 31m41s: No Headlights | Jake Feeney (album cover; black border with a silhouette of someone sitting in front of a tree)Jake FeeneyNo Headlights
  • 34m45s: Talking about Tamara’s PhD program and background, victories in the peace movement.
  • 50m31s: We'll Get There First | Wilbur N and the Grown Men (album cover, indigenous art showing foxes)Wilbur N and the Grown MenAwake Asleep from the album We’ll Get There First
  • 53m40s: Summary of events: Protests at CANSEC, Peace Conference in Ottawa, Peace With Iran rally in Waterloo Public Square, film screening MLK: A Call To Conscience

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Bonus Footage

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEUzc0orx3Q

YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 20 January 2020

Additional Bonus Footage!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyTwpFtq_rU

YouTube: Perspectives On Peace: Where’s the Peace And Justice?

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Global Day of Protest: No War On Iran – Waterloo

There will be a peace rally in solidarity with the Global Day of Protest “No War On Iran!” on Saturday, January 25 from 2:00-3:00 p.m. at the Waterloo Public Square.

We do not want another war in the Middle East.

We say “No War On Iran.”

We want US-NATO-Canadian soldiers and special forces out of Iraq. We need de-escalation and diplomacy. The Canadian government should urge the US to rejoin the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and end its crippling sanctions against Iran. We want peace with Iran and peace throughout the Middle East. The Waterloo action is organized by KW Peace, WR Nonviolence and the Canadian Voice of Women for Peace. Rallies are taking place at the same time across the country and around the world.

Find out more about the Global Day of Protest at https://www.answercoalition.org/iran-jan-25

Global Day of Protest: No War On Iran – Waterloo | Facebook

Three Events for Peace

On Monday, 20 January 2020 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm there is a free public film screening “MLK: A Call to Conscience”

Room 142, Balsillie School of International Affairs, 67 Erb St.

This free public screening is to mark Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. day. The documentary, “A Call to Conscience,” gives greater insight into Dr. King’s civil rights and anti-war views and deconstructs his most important but least known speech “Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break the Silence”. This powerful film puts Dr. King’s legacy into a contemporary context, particularly in light of the new Poor People’s Campaign, the Black Lives Matter movement and the ongoing wars in the Middle East. The film includes rare archival footage and interviews with pre-eminent King scholar Dr. Clayborne Carson, academic Dr. Cornel West, African-American historian Dr. Vincent Harding, & Institute for Policy Studies fellow Phyllis Bennis. The screening will be followed by a discussion, led by Tamara Lorincz, about nonviolent resistance, social justice and peace activism in this current era of the climate emergency and the Trump presidency. Copies of Dr. King’s speech will be made available.

Co-hosted by the BSIA Conflict & Security Research Cluster, PACS-CAN and KW Peace.

More info: https://www.balsillieschool.ca/event/film-screening-mlk-a-call-to-conscience/

Cinema Series: “Anthropocene: The Human Epoch”

Tuesday, 21 January 2020 7:00pm to 8:30pm

CIGI Campus Auditorium, 67 Erb Street West, Waterloo, Canada

Public Event: Cinema Series

More info: https://www.cigionline.org/events/cinema-series-anthropocene-human-epoch

Peter Mansbridge to Moderate Panel on Climate Crisis

Kitchener, ON – THEMUSEUM is pleased to be hosting a discussion on Climate Crisis in conjunction with its exhibition ALARM | The Climate Crisis Exhibition. The event will be held Earth Day, 22 April 2020 at Bingeman’s Marshall Hall. Partnering with The Walrus magazine and Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) the panel will include representation from national columnists and local research fellows on the climate crisis and the environment.

Tickets are $50 per person for general seating. Also available is a $150 VIP package which includes seating in the front rows, an after-event reception with the panel and Peter Mansbridge, tax receipt and one admission to see ALARM | The Climate Crisis Exhibition. Members of THEMUSEUM will receive discounted admission. Tickets are available at THEMUSEUM.ca.