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Upcoming CDSC Events

Civil Discourse & Social Change Events

Spring 2016: Survive & Thrive!

CDSC is hosting a range of events this Spring centered around the spirit of “surviving & thriving” in the midst of challenge
& adversity. We invite you to explore these meditations on peace, social justice, communal activism and visions of a bold
new world.

Militarism 1: Visual Occupation in Israel/Palestine
Tuesday, February 9, 4-6:30
USU Pasadena Room

peace flags

UCLA Professor, Gil Hochberg, will present from her recent
book, Visual Occupations: Vision and Visibility in a Conflict
Zone, to examines how unequal access to visual
representation shapes the Israeli Occupation of Palestine.
Mainstream media erase military violence, while Israeli and
Palestinian artists offer new ways of seeing.

Reading for this event: Visual Occupations by Gil Hochberg

Resources on Militarism may be found by clicking this link.

All events are free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

Click here for a full line up of Spring 2016 Events

Film Recommendations: Please follow the Film Recommendations link to access films recommended by the CDSC initiative.

 

Rev. Lawson Public Speeches and Videos

Rev. Lawson giving a lecture

Videos of Rev. Lawson's Public Lectures 2010-11

Rev. Lawson's March 2nd speech at the march. Video by Paul Laverack, a graduate student at CSUN.

Video of March 2nd protest. Video by Paul Laverack, a graduate student at CSUN.

 

 


Other CDSC Resources

1. Curriculur Resources on Nonviolence

2. CDSC - Working Bibliography


March 2nd, 2011. Reverend Lawson addresses the March 2nd Protesters and marches the whole distance with them.

Education Protests

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Education Protests