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11/17-18/00 
The Second Nuclear Age and the Academy

ROBERT JAY LIFTON, Distinguished Professor of Pyschiatry and Psychology, John Jay College and the Graduate Center, CUNY
Director of the Center for Violence and Human Survival
JAMES OAKES, Distinguished Professor and Chair of History Department, the Graduate Center, CUNY
ZIA MIAN, Center for Energy and Environmental Studies, Princeton University
TODD GITLIN, Professor in the Departments of Culture and Communication, Journalism, Sociology, New York University

Panel 1: Human Confusions about Contemporary Weapons - The New Pyschic Numbing

Sponsored by the Center on Violence and Human Survival, John Jay College in collaboration with The Graduate Center, CUNY, and The Nation Institute

Tape 1 of 5
Graduate Center, CUNY, 34th and Fifth Avenue, NYC, NY
Also Available *Five Audiotapes for $55.00* *Five Videotapes for $95.00*


11/17-18/00 
The Second Nuclear Age and the Academy

JONATHAN SCHELL, Wesleyan University, Harold Willens Peace Fellow at The Nation Institute
LAWRENCE WITTNER, Professor of History SUNY/Albany
CRAIG WOLFF, Professor, Columbia School of Journalism
RICHARD FALK, Albert G. Milbank Professor of International Law and Practice at Princeton University

Panel 2: The Second Nuclear Age - The Abolition of Nuclear Weapons

Sponsored by the Center on Violence and Human Survival, John Jay College in collaboration with The Graduate Center, CUNY, and The Nation Institute

Tape 2 of 5
Graduate Center, CUNY, 34th and Fifth Avenue, NYC, NY
Also Available *Five Audiotapes for $55.00* *Five Videotapes for $95.00*


11/17-18/00 
The Second Nuclear Age and the Academy

FRANCES DEGEN HOROWITZ, President of the Graduate School and University Center, CUNY
CHRISTOPHER N. BREISETH, President of Wilkes University
PETER GABEL, President of New College of California, Law Professor, Psychology PhD
BARBARA MOSBERG, President of Goddard College

Panel 3: College and University Presidents & the Nuclear Threat

Special Session with KOFI ANNAN, Secretary-General of the United Nations

Sponsored by the Center on Violence and Human Survival, John Jay College in collaboration with The Graduate Center, CUNY, and The Nation Institute

Tape 3 of 5
Graduate Center, CUNY, 34th and Fifth Avenue, NYC, NY
*Extended Audiotape $15.00*
Also Available *Five Audiotapes for $55.00* *Five Videotapes for $95.00*


11/17-18/00 
The Second Nuclear Age and the Academy

THEODORE POSTOL, Professor of Science, Technology, and National Security Policy, MIT
KAI ERIKSON, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Sociology and American Studies, Yale University
ROLF EKEUS, former Swedish Ambassador to the United States and
former Executive Chairman of the United Nations Special Commission for Iraq

Panel 4: Star Wars (NMD) and a Human Future

Sponsored by the Center on Violence and Human Survival, John Jay College in collaboration with The Graduate Center, CUNY, and The Nation Institute

Tape 4 of 5
Graduate Center, CUNY, 34th and Fifth Avenue, NYC, NY
Also Available *Five Audiotapes for $55.00* *Five Videotapes for $95.00*


11/17-18/00 
The Second Nuclear Age and the Academy

RANDALL FORSBERG, Nationally-known peace researcher and activist, founder of the Nuclear Freeze campaign
JENNIFER SIMONS, President, The Simons Foundation, Vancouver, Canada
STANLEY ARONOWITZ, Distinguished Professor of Sociology and
Director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Technology, and Work at The Graduate Center, CUNY
PETER SINGER, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics, Princeton University

Panel 5: Nuclear Ethics & Citizen Responsibility - Weapons and the People

Sponsored by the Center on Violence and Human Survival, John Jay College in collaboration with The Graduate Center, CUNY, and The Nation Institute

Tape 5 of 5
Graduate Center, CUNY, 34th and Fifth Avenue, NYC, NY
Also Available *Five Audiotapes for $55.00* *Five Videotapes for $95.00*


10/1-2/00 
Creating Cool Congregations in a Warming World Training Conference on Climate Change

Moderator: DR. JOHN E. CARROLL, Professor of Environmental Conservation and co-author of US Bishops' pastoral letter on climate change

Science Perspective and Update
DR. GEORGE L. JACOBSON, JR. Director, Institute of Quarternary Studies, University of Maine/Orono

Economic Perspective and Models
DR. THOMAS TIETENBERG, Professor of Economics, Colby College

International/National Political Perspective and Solutions
REVEREND RICHARD KILLMER, Director, Environmental Justice, National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA

State Political Perspective and Solutions
JAMES CONNORS, Policy Development Specialist, Maine State Planning Office

Faith Community Response
SISTER FRANCES THOMAS, RSM, Living Waters Retreat Center, Winslow; RABBI RUTH SMITH, Beth Israel Congregation, Bath

Panel: The Impact of Climate Change on Creation and the Faith Communities' Response
Sponsored by Maine Council of Churches' Spirituality & Earth Stewardship Program
Camp Mechuwana, Winthrop, Maine
*Two Audiotapes for $22.00 postpaid** **Extended videotape $25.00 postpaid*
4/30/00 
25th anniversary of the Victory of Peace in Vietnam A Celebration and Rededication

NGO VINH LONG, Vietnamese historian and activist
DON LUCE, anti-war activist
RICHARD MOSER, author of The New Winter Soldiers: GI and Veteran Dissent Against the Vietnam War
JJ JOHNSON, one of the Fort Hood 3, currently editor of 1199 News
AMY SWERDLOW, author of Women's Strike for Peace: Traditional Motherhood and Radical Politics in the 1960's, retired professor of History and Women's Studies
moderator: NORMA BECKER, leader in movement against the war in Vietnam
poetry by JAN BARRY
Panel 1: The Vietnam War and the Movement Against It

Tape 1 of 2
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue, 30 West 68 Street


4/30/00 
25th anniversary of the Victory of Peace in Vietnam A Celebration and Rededication

NOAM CHOMSKY, Professor of Linguistics, MIT
HUMBERTO BROWN, International Secretary, Black Radical Congress
PHYLLIS BENNIS, Fellow at Institute for Policy Studies, author of Calling the Shots: How Washington Dominates Today's UN
BEN CHITTY, co-cordinator Clarence Fitch Chapter, VVAW
moderator: LOURDES GARCIA, Women's Workshop on the Americas
Panel 2: Lessons and Legacies - 25 Years Later, What's Different and What Remains the Same?

Tape 2 of 2
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue, 30 West 68 Street


4/8/00 
The Right of Return Palestinian Refugees and Prospects for a Durable Peace

NEDAL AWDE, Boston University Arab Students Association
NASEER ARURI, President of TARI
EDWARD SAID, Professor of English & Comparative Literature, Columbia University
Chairperson: ROGER OWEN, Department of History, Harvard University

Keynote Address: Dispossession as Distortion and Dislocation
Presented by the Trans-Arab Research Institute in cooperation with Boston University Arab Students Association
Boston University School of Law Auditorium
Tape 1 of 4
4/8/00 
The Right of Return Palestinian Refugees and Prospects for a Durable Peace

"Isael" ILAN PAPPE, Director, International Relations Division, Haifa University
"USA" NOAM CHOMSKY Department of Linguistics, MIT
"Europe" ALAIN GRESH, Editor, Le Monde Diplomatique
"The PLO from Right of Return to Bantustan" JABER SLEIMAN, Co-Founder of A'idun
"Observations from the Middle East on the Right of Return" ROBERT FISK, The Independent

Chairperson: MONA FAWAZ, Arab Student Organization, MIT

Panel One: Critical Analysies of Israeli, American, European and PLO Positions
Presented by the Trans-Arab Research Institute in cooperation with Boston University Arab Students Association
Boston University School of Law Auditorium
Tape 2 of 4
4/8/00 
The Right of Return Palestinian Refugees and Prospects for a Durable Peace

SUSAN AKRAM, Boston University School of Law
Reinterpreting Palestinian Refugee Rights Under International Law and a Framework for Durable Solutions

ATIF KUBURSI, Department of Economics, McMaster University
Valuing Palestinian Losses in 1948 in 1999 US Dollars

NORMAN G. FINKELSTEIN, Department of Political Science, Hunter College, CUNY
Holocaust Compensation Demands: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

SALMAN ABU-SITTA, Researcher and author, Kuwait
Right of Return: Sacred, Legal and Possible

INGRID JARADAT, Badil Resource Center for Palestinian Residency & Refugee Rights
Right of Return Initiatives in Post-Oslo Palestine (48 & 67): Evolution and Program of the an Independent Refugee Rights Campaign

Chairperson: LEILA FARSAKH, Palestinian political economist

Panel Two: Palestinian Right of Return and Restitution
Presented by the Trans-Arab Research Institute in cooperation with Boston University Arab Students Association
Boston University School of Law Auditorium
Tape 3 of 4

*Extended audiotape $15.00 postpaid*


4/8/00 
The Right of Return Palestinian Refugees and Prospects for a Durable Peace

WADIE SAID, Attorney at Law
The Obligations of Host Countries to Refugees under International Law: The Case of Lebanon
 

NAHLA GHANDOUR, Ghassan Kanafani Cultural Foundation's Habilitation Pre School, Mar Elias Camp, Lebanon
Meeting Needs of Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon

KHAWLA D.A. QARAQE, Women Counseling Center, Bethlehem
Voices from Refugee Camps in Palestine

LAMIS ANDONI, Journalist
Jordan and the Refugees

Chairperson: DIMA REDA, ADC-MA

Panel Three: Palestinian Refugee Voices and Social Conditions
Presented by the Trans-Arab Research Institute in cooperation with Boston University Arab Students Association
Boston University School of Law Auditorium
Tape 4 of 4
1/14/00 
A Forum on Local Efforts to Build Sustainable Communities

Maine JOHN PIOTTI
Maine ROBERT HO
Vermont WAYNE FAWBUSH
Vermont PETER CLAVELL, Mayor of Burlington, Vermont

Tape 1 of 1
Sponsored by the Maine Center for Economic Policy
Augusta, Maine
*Extended Audiotape $15.00 postpaid*
10/16/99 
ECOnference 2000

Keynote Address Speakers:
ROBERT BULLARD, Ware Professor of Sociology, Director of the Environmental Justice Resource Center, Clark Atlanta University
LOIS GIBBS, Founder and Executive Director, Center for Health, Environment and Justice

Student Environmental Action Conference
Tape 1 of 1
 

Environmental Peace and Justice
University of Pennsylvania

Sunday Afternoon Women's Circle of Music and Dance at the 1999 Common Ground Fair in Unity, Maine is featured on the Videotape


9/11/99 
Labor Solidarity Day

MARIA HELENA MOREIRA ALVES, Brazilian Workers' Party

Education and Organization for Hope and Change

ADOLPH REED JR., teacher at New School, writer Progessive and Nation

Racial Justice and Workers' Rights; One Road or Two?

Tape 1 of 2
 

Twitchell Road Farm, South Paris, ME

*Extended Audiotape for $15.00*


9/11/99 

Labor Solidarity Day

RICHARD CAMBRIDGE
a new poem in praise of Eugene V. Debs

JOSE SOTO, Maine Rural Workers' Coalition
Maine Rural Workers' Coalition work and Ruben Solis introdution

RUBEN SOLIS, Southwest Public Workers Union, San Antonio, Texas
Cross Border Workers: Special Needs and Shared Struggle
 

Tape 2 of 2
 

Twitchell Road Farm, South Paris, ME


1/16/99 

Symposium on Affirmative Action

MARLENE ARCHER, National Conference of Black Lawyers
GEORGE CURRY, Emerge Magazine
MARGARET FUNG, Asian American Legal Defense Fund
RUTH MESSINGER, American Jewish World Service
LUKE HARRIS, African American Policy Forum
A History of Affirmative Action
Part 1 of 3
 

Sponsored by The Center for Constitutional Rights, The Columbia Law School Center for Public Interest Law and The African American Policy Forum
Columbia University Law School


1/16/99 

Symposium on Affirmative Action

STACCATO POWELL, National Council of Churches
TED SHAW, NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Inc
JARIBU HILL, CCR-South
PROF. DAVID KAREN, Bryn Mawr
JANINE JACKSON, Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting
Update on Affirmative Action
Part 2 of 3

Sponsored by The Center for Constitutional Rights, The Columbia Law School Center for Public Interest Law and The African American Policy Forum
Columbia University Law School


1/16/99 

Symposium on Affirmative Action

JORY STEELE, Columbia University School of Law
BILL GOODMAN, CCR
WADE HENDERSON, Leadership Council on Civil Rights
KIM CRENSHAW, African American Policy Forum
Where Do We Go From Here?
Part 3 of 3

Sponsored by The Center for Constitutional Rights, The Columbia Law School Center for Public Interest Law and The African American Policy Forum
Columbia University Law School
*Two Audiotapes for $20.00*


1998

Manifestivity: A Celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the Communist Manifesto
 

Cooper Union, New York City
Contact Radio Free Maine for detailed listings


8/31/98 

Telluride Mushroom Festival

PAUL STAMETS
Psylocybin Mushrooms of the World
Part 1 of 2

Telluride, Colorado


8/30/98 

Telluride Mushroom Festival

ANDREW WEIL
Medicinal Uses of Mushrooms and Integrative Medicine
Part 2 of 2

Telluride, Colorado


4/4/98

The Impact of Television on the Growing Mind

JERRY MANDER
The Case Against Television
Part 1 of 4

Sponsored by Wyllaned, the Association of Waldorf Schools and TV-Free America
*All 4 Audiotapes for $40.00*


4/4/98

The Impact of Television on the Growing Mind

DR. KEITH BUZZELL
The Impact of TV Viewing on Brain Development
Part 2 of 4

Sponsored by Wyllaned, the Association of Waldorf Schools and TV-Free America
*Extended Audiotape for $15.00*
*All 4 Audiotapes for $40.00*


4/4/98

The Impact of Television on the Growing Mind

JOSEPH CHILTON PEARCE
Children and TV Viewing: The Next Silent Spring
Part 3 of 4

Sponsored by Wyllaned, the Association of Waldorf Schools and TV-Free America
*All 4 Audiotapes for $40.00*


4/4/98 

The Impact of Television on the Growing Mind

MICHAEL MENDIZZA
Children, TV Viewing & Play
HENRY LABALME
National TV-Turnoff Week

Q&A Period of Speakers
Part 4 of 4

Sponsored by Wyllaned, the Association of Waldorf Schools and TV-Free America
*All 4 Audiotapes for $40.00*


10/24-26/97 
 

Reaping What We Sow: Organizing for a Nuclear Free Century of Peace

 Tape 1: The Imperative of Abolition
Betty Burkes, Joseph Gerson, Dr. Joseph Rotblat
Tape 2: Organizing for Abolition 2000
Zia Mann, Claton Ramey, Ellen David Friedman
Tape 3: Overcoming Obstacles to a Nuclear Free World
Anna Rondon, Karina Wood

Abolition 2000 Organizers Conference
Boston College

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8/31/97 

DON FITZ, Synthesis/ Regeneration Magazine Editor
DOTTIE STEVENS, Massachusetts Welfare Rights Union
MARK ANDERLIK, St. Joseph Valley Greens, South Bend, IN
ED BRUNO, Labor Party Organizer, New England
Greens and the Labor Movement?
Panel 3

10th Annual National Green Gathering
Hosted by Lawrence Grassroots Initiative, Lawrence, MA


8/30/97 

MIKE RUPPERT, Former L.A. Police Officer
DEDON KIMANTE, Crack The CIA Coalition
C.I.A./Crack Cocaine Connection
Panel 2

10th Annual National Green Gathering
Hosted by Lawrence Grassroots Initiative, Lawrence, MA


8/30/97 

MARIA MENCHEZ, Environmental Activist, Sierra Blanca, TX
DEDON KIMANTE, All-African Peoples Revolutionary Party
GRACE LEE BOGGS, Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice
HARVEY WASSERMAN, Historian and Greenpeace Senior Advisor
MICHAEL ALBERT, Z Magazine Founder and Editor
RICHARD GROSSMAN, Program on Corporations, Law and Democracy
Green Party USA and Movement Building Today
Panel 1

10th Annual National Green Gathering
Hosted by Lawrence Grassroots Initiative, Lawrence, MA
*Two Audiotapes for $20.00*


6/21/97 

MARILYN MACKEL, L.A. Judge and Law Professor
20th Century Slave Ships
Panel 3

Conference on Race and Racism In the 90's
Teaching Social Justice, Living Social Justice
Wheelock College, Boston, MA


6/20/97 

JACQUI ALEXANDER, Black Nation/Queer Nation? Organizer
Meeting at the Crossroads: Building Liberation Coalition for the New Millenium
Panel 2

Conference on Race and Racism In the 90's
Teaching Social Justice, Living Social Justice
Wheelock College, Boston, MA


6/20/97 

HOWARD ZINN, Teacher
IMANI PERRY, Student
Learning From History/ The Cornerstone: Identity and Activism
Panel 1

Conference on Race and Racism In the 90's
Teaching Social Justice, Living Social Justice
Wheelock College, Boston, MA


6/6/97 

PHYLLIS BENNIS, Jewish Dissident
NASEER ARURI, Palestinian Dissident
Israel & Palestine: The U.S. Dimension
Forum #2

Thirty Years of Israeli Occupation
Forums to Commemorate the 30th Anniversary of the Six Day War
Sponsored by Boston Committee on Middle East and American Friends Service Committee, Cambridge, MA


6/5/97 

HAIDER ABDEL SHAFI, P.L.O. Diplomat
NORMAN FINKELSTEIN, Jewish Dissident
LEILA ZAKHARIA, Palestinian Feminist

Israel & Palestine: Myths & Realities
Forum #1

Thirty Years of Israeli Occupation
Forums to Commemorate the 30th Anniversary of the Six Day War
Sponsored by Boston Committee on Middle East and American Friends Service Committee, Cambridge, MA


6/20/94

DESSIMA WILLIAMS Grenada, Former Ambassador to UN and OAS

Reflections on Returning Home

Closing Plenary Session, Women, Information & The Future
Collecting & Sharing Resources World Wide, June 17-20,1994
Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA


6/19/94

ARVONNE FRASER USA Rep, UN Comm on the Status of Women

Women, International Information Policy and Human Rights,

Sunday Plenary Session, Women, Information & The Future
Collecting & Sharing Resources World Wide, June 17-20, 1994
Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA


6/17/94

WANGARI MAATHAI Kenya, Green Belt Movement Founder

Women, Information & Empowerment

Keynote Speech, Women, Information & The Future
Collecting & Sharing Resources World Wide, June 17-20,1994
Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA


5/13/94

JOSEPH SULLIVAN Labor Historian

Coxey's Army Through Rhode Island: 1894, A Centennial Observance

Fifth Annual New England Labor History Conference
The Great Depression and the Rise of Organized Labor
Woonsocket, RI