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CALENDAR: APPEARANCES & PRESENTATIONS

  • WESTFIELD STATE COLLEGE MASSACHUSETTS
    :
    CONSCIOUSNESS AND RESPONSIBILITY IN THE AGE OF GENOCIDE AND PROPAGANDA
    Thursday 9 April 2009, Westfield State College, Campus Center, Scanlon Living Room, 6:30-9:00 pm. (keith harmon snow is a 2009 U.C. Santa Barbara Regent’s Lecturer in Law & Society who has won three Project Censored awards for his reportage. He will share a multimedia presentation on mass media and psychological warfare, the new “humanitarian” imperialism in Sudan, the fictions of “genocide” in Rwanda, and the politics of globalization and human rights. A motivational speaker with a provocative and deeply challenging perspective, keith will also question personal responsibility and the search for meaning and self-realization in a world rife with violence, corruption, decay and collapse. )

  • JOHN HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
    :
    THE REFUGEE BUSINESS IN AFRICA'S GREAT LAKES:
    The Political Economy of Humanitarianism

    7 PM, Saturday 4 April 2009, John Hopkins University, The Arellano Theater, Levering Hall, Johns Hopkins University, 3400 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland.
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  • San Diego: ACTIVIST SAN DIEGO
    :
    THE NEW HUMANITARIAN WARS
    Friday, February 6, 2009, 7:00 pm. Multimedia presentation for Activist San Diego at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego, 4190 Front St., San Diego, Ca., 92103. (Based on over a decade of human rights and genocide investigations, war correspondent and photojournalist keith harmon snow will share his perspective on the politics and intrigues of the new so-called "humanitarian" order. Addressing the wars and "genocides" in Africa this presentation will critique and deconstruct the open policies and hidden agendas of "humanitarian" agencies, non-government organizations, so-called "peacekeeping" missions, and the corporations and individuals behind them. The cases of Uganda, Congo (DRC), Rwanda, Sudan, Ethiopia and Zimbabwe will all be considered. - see also: http://www.ActivistSanDiego.org)
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  • San Diego CA: CITY COLLEGE WORLD CULTURES PROGRAM
    :
    Consciousness and Personal Responsibilty in the Age of Genocide and Propaganda
    Wednesday, 4 February 2009, 11:10-12:30 pm, Saville Theatre. (A presentation on consciousness and what that means, and how to find it, and how to increase one’s consciousness. A discussion about propaganda, psychology, fear, love, body armoring, violence and healing. Throughout will be attention to choice, opportunity, ethics and right livelihood. )
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  • San Diego CA: WORLDBEAT CENTER 5 February '09: THE COURAGE OF THE CONGOLESE PEOPLE: WHITE OWNER PLANTATION SLAVERY IN CONGO
    Thursday 5 February 2009, 7:00-10:00 pm. Worldbeat Center, Balboa Park, San Diego. More info: 619-230-1190. (Multimedia: Slides, music, speaking Abstract: While the Western media from the Nation to the New York Times episodically attends to the subject of black-on-black "slavery" in Africa, it rarely or never exposes clear examples of modern day slavery by white-owned enterprises. This multimedia presentation will offer a penetrating look at white-owner plantation slavery deep in the so called "Heart of Darkness." Viewers will travel down the Congo an its tributaries and onto Western owned plantations and logging concessions and get a deeply compassionate portrait of the realities of modern day slavery and the courage and humility of the Congolese people. - see also: http://www.worldbeatculturalcenter.memberlodge.com/Default.aspx?pageId=220623)
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  • UC Santa Barbara: SLAVERY, WAR & HOPE
    :
    A Photographic Testimonial to the Congolese People in Times of War
    PHOTO EXHIBITION as part of the UCSB REGENT'S LECTURESHIP, 26-30 January 2009. (UCSB campus, Gallery of the College of Creative Studies; exhibit reception Wednesday 28 January 2009, 5:00-7:30 pm. See PDF flyer. - see also: https://artsandlectures.sa.ucsb.edu/RegentsLectureship.aspx)
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  • UC Santa Barbara: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF GENOCIDE: UCSB Regent's Lectureship 26-30 January 2009
    27 January 2009, Regent's Lecture, 7:30 PM, Campbell Hall, UCSB. (An independent journalist, war correspondent and photographer, Keith Harmon Snow has worked for more than a decade to contest official narratives on war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide while also working as a genocide investigator and consultant to the United Nations and other international bodies. He has won three Project Censored awards for his Central Africa reportage. Snow will present photographs and discuss conflicts in contemporary Africa based on his recent work in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan and Ethiopia. - see also: https://artsandlectures.sa.ucsb.edu/Details.aspx?PerfNum=1386)
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