DEBATE 2016 AT Hofstra, Sept. 26

DEBATE 2016 AT Hofstra, Sept. 26

Monday, September 26 – Gather on Hempstead Turnpike at 4p.m.

CREATING A PEACE ZONE:BRINGING COMMUNITY VOICES TO THE 2016 DEBATE and COMMUNITY DEBATE WATCH at HOFSTRA

  SEPTEMBER 26, 2016

 

CREATING A PEACE ZONE. Gather at 4 p.m. along  Hempstead Tpke. to create a peace zone and walk along at 4:30 to Monroe hall, California  for a peace zone rally with student faculty and community speakers.

4:45-5:45 PEACE ZONE RALLY outside Monroe Hall with student, faculty and community speakers

6:00- 7:30  Panel “Si Se Puede” to “Build the Wall” The Importance of the Latino Vote in 2016. In this Debate 2016 panel, journalists, academics, and community activists explore the range of issues affecting the diverse Latino community and how the two major parties are addressing (or not) their concerns. Moderated by Dr. Mario Murillo. Monroe Lecture Center Fortunoff Theater.

8:00-8:50 – BRINGING  STUDENT & COMMUNITY VOICES TO THE 2016 DEBATE : Pre-Debate Panel: Kate Alexander, PeaceAction NYS; Emilie Beck, PeaceActionMatters@Hofstra; Frederick K. Brewington, civil rights attorney; Hofstra student Bernard Coles IV; and Paul Gibson, Uniondale Community Land Trust and GUAAC. Moderator: Prof. Andrea Libresco. SPEAKOUT with  students and community on issues and questions we would like to see candidates address, Monroe Lecture Hall

9-10:30 COMMUNITY DEBATE WATCH, Monroe Lecture Hall

The Center for Civic Engagement, International Scene,Long Island Alliance for Peaceful Alternatives and PeaceActionMatters@Hofstra

For info: 516-741-4360 or 516-463-5595 – longislandpeace@gmail.com

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