Women Speaking Against War

Women Speaking Against War

Hubbard Interfaith Sanctuary
1:15-2:30pm
Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011

Panelists:

Maureen Baillargeon Aumand: A retired public school educator as well as former
Education Director for Capital Repertory Theatre. Aligns herself with a number
of regional peace organizations in order to energize and organize our capacity
to create peace. Contact at aumandmaureen@gmail.com, 518-869-6674. 
More info at: http://www.antiwar.com/orig/aumbrey.php?articleid=8872 and
http://blog.timesunion.com/wagingpeace/not-in-the-room-a-guest-article-by-maureen-aumand/1267/

Connie Frisbee Houde: Local photojournalist who has visited Afghanistan
5 times since 2003 (most recently August 2010) and worked with Afghans
for a number of years. She was awarded a 2006 NYS Council on the Arts
grant to photograph stories of over 3000 Afghans’ resettlement in the
US. Contact at globalphotographer@me.com . More information at http://globalphotographer.wordpress.com/about-connie

 
Mabel Leon: Early childhood professional and amateur photographer who
has been involved in peace, human rights and liberation struggles since the
early 60s. Currently a member of Grannies for Peace, Women Against War,
and Schenectady Neighbors for Peace. Contact at mleon2@nycap.rr.com,
518-372-1531.

For more information, contact Professor Vaneeta Palecanda at 518-454-2847,
palecanv@strose.edu.

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