Exploring the Intimate Link Between War & Racism
January 18, 2018 - 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Panel Discussion organized by the Beyond War and Militarism Committee, a joint project of the CNY Solidarity Coalition and the Syracuse Peace Council.
Martin Luther King, Jr. tried to teach us that a racist war “there” (e.g. Viet Nam) is directly linked to the war against people of color here. System-wide violence in US communities is the twin of US aggressive wars abroad. MLK taught that the antiracist and the antiwar movements must go arm in arm. Three eloquent speakers—each on the frontlines of local movements for racial, immigrant and worker justice—will share their perspectives and reveal the relevance of MLK’s insight today.
Herve Comeau, community activist and attorney with Volunteer Lawyers Project.
Rebecca Fuentes, community activist and Lead Organizer with Workers Center of CNY.
Aly Wane, organizer with Black Immigration Network and Syracuse Peace Council.
Organized by the Beyond War and Militarism Committee, a joint project of the CNY Solidarity Coalition and the Syracuse Peace Council.
Free and open to the public