Binghamton and Johnson City, NY; September 12, 2011
Kathy Kelly, the coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence, speaks about the war in Afghanistan and the unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) which are killing civilians. A three time Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Kathy combines her frequent trips to war zones to see the effects of US policies on ordinary people with repeated acts of resistance involving civil disobedience and with impassioned and eloquent speeches and writings opposing war making and calling on us to be creative and consistent in our speaking and acting for peace through nonviolence.
David Smith-Ferri, a fellow peace activist, author and poet, reads from his poetry.
Voices for Creative Nonviolence
Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers