Tucson Festival of Books University of Arizona Dahr Jamail on the Will to Resist Solo Presentation / Modern Languages – Room 311
Kenworthy Performing Arts Center 508 S. Main St., Moscow, Idaho Empire, Occupation, Resistance, and Independent Media: A Fund Raiser for Radio Free Moscow with Dahr Jamail Snacks and drinks served.
Dahr Jamail, Josh Stieber, Salam Hassan and Mark Johnson will speak as the memorial is dedicated.
Remembering Iraq – 7 years of Occupation and Counting Dahr Jamail and Sam Husseini will present: at Busboys and Poets (V St., Washington D.C.)
Egan Lecture Hall University of Alaska, Southeast Co-sponsored by: Juneau People for Peace and Justice, Veterans for Peace, Chapter 100, UAS Social Science Department Special thanks to the UA Foundation’s Gene Sharp Fund for Scholars of Non-Violence
The Will to Resist: Soldiers Who Refuse to Fight in Iraq and Afghanistan University of Alaska, Anchorage Social Science Building, Room 118 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Columbia High School 17 Parker Avenue Maplewood, New Jersey Social Hour and Silent Auction — 11:45AM Lunch — 12:45PM Event Ends at 4:00PM Featured Speaker: Dahr Jamail This Year’s Recipient of the Hope Shapiro “Bread and Roses” Award Iraq and Afghanistan: What Is the Way Out?
Pomona College Fall 2009 Speaker Series Dahr Jamail to talk about Journalism in the Middle East 350 N. College Way Claremont, CA 91711 (909) 607-1159 http://oldenborg.pomona.edu For your information, an interactive campus map can be found here. Directions.
Office of the Americas and CodePink are pleased to host Reports on Afghanistan and Iraq Journalist Dahr Jamail, author of the book, “The Will to Resist: Soldiers Who Refuse to Fight in Iraq & Afghanistan.” Norman Solomon, writer and founder of the Institute for Public Accuracy; and Jodie Evans, co-founder of Codepink, will report back
“Dahr Jamail: From Iraq to Afghanistan – The Media, The Troops and The New G.I. Resistance” Veteran’s Art: Combat Paper Project & The Memorial Wall The independent journalist Dahr Jamail, who has reported from the Middle East for the last five years, will offer a broad ranging lecture ranging from how the media contributed to