Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Meet Ann Wright in a casual setting at OMNI Center for Peace, Justice and Ecology 6 p.m. today in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and attend her lecture at UA at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday

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Anti-War Hero 
Ann Wright returns to NWA
Wed Sept 25
7:30 pm
Giffels Auditorium
University of Arkansas

"The World's Perception of US Foreign Policy: Assassin Drones and Threats of Military Attacks"
Col. Ann Wright is a former diplomatic corps member who retired from service when the United States began to call illegal, preemptive wars.  Since then she has traveled the world speaking out for nonviolent solutions to conflict, and supporting human rights.  She has worked often with the peace group Code Pink, and its founder Media Benjamin, and continues to be a highly visible anti-war leader on a national scale.

Ann was raised in Bentonville. She graduated from the University of Arkansas Law School and has many contacts here. This is the first time she's been back for several years, however.  Don't miss this chance to meet a strong and engaging advocate for a world at peace, whose roots are buried deep in Arkansas soil.

Meet Ann at any of these events:

Tuesday, Sept 24
6:00 pm - Reception at OMNI Center for Peace, Justice & Ecology
            3274 No. Lee Ave, Fayetteville.  RSVP to

Wednesday Sept 25
3:00 pm -- Middle East Studies Class welcomes Ann
           Bell Engineering Building, Room 1108
7:30 pm -- Ann Wright Speaks "The World's Perception of US
            Foreign Policy"
            Giffels Auditorium, Old Main, University of Arkansa

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