Videographer... Todd Boyle
Published on Jan 12, 2016

Sheldon Solomon, "Overcoming the Fear of Death", January 11, 2016 at Town Hall Seattle. co-author of The Worm at the Core:
On the Role of Death in Life gives one of his best presentations ever, of the thought of Ernest Becker, and the research and work
that has been done over the last 40 years since his death....

Published on Jul 8, 2015

Glen Anderson: Military "Solutions" Are Really the PROBLEM-

a workshop given at Fellowship of Reconciliation of Oregon and Washington'

annual conference at Seabeck, July 4th 2015.

Military ‘Solutions’ Are Really the PROBLEM.

Choose humane, sustainable ways for TRUE Security. In our daily lives, we know better than to think violence solves problems, but at the national level the U.S. government routinely threatens and uses military violence all over the world.

Militarism makes problems worse, so why does the government keep using militarism? Who benefits from this? We could achieve more profound, holistic “national security”
by renouncing violence and promoting peace and fairness. This highly participatory
workshop will encourage participants to share their information and insights.

Glen Anderson has worked consistently for many issues related to peace, social & economic justice, and nonviolence since the 1960s. He engages people to help them think creatively and organize at the grassroots.


See Todd's Video on Kucinich at

MLK Day in Seattle! One of the 15 workshops, all of the plenaries, and the whole march.


Published on Oct 14, 2014 Global Struggle for Food Sovereignty:
A Discussion with African Food Leaders & Farmers. October 12, 2014

Global Struggle for Food Sovereignty:
A Discussion with African Food Leaders & Farmers. October 12, 2014

African farmers are fighting for “food sovereignty,” the right of all people everywhere
to control their food systems. You are invited to hear first-hand from African food
leaders and farmers about how corporate “philanthropists” like the Bill and Melinda
Gates Foundation are working to transform African small-holder agriculture into
American-style industrial agri-business, with all its problems.

Join us for a panel discussion to learn about the struggle for global food sovereignty
and how we can work in solidarity to change these alarming trends.

7pm – Panel with African Food Sovereignty Leaders
-Moderated by Eric Holt-Giménez, Food First Executive Director

Panel Speakers:

Million Belay, Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa and MELCA,Ethiopia
Mariam Mayet, African Centre for Biosafety, South Africa
Elizabeth Mpofu, ZIMSOFF, La Via Campesina Africa, Zimbabwe

At the Reception, have the opportunity to meet representatives from participating
organizations including, from North America: Center for Food Safety,
Community to Community Development, Detroit Black Community Food Security Network,
Family Farm Defenders, Federation of Southern Cooperatives, Food and Water Watch,
Food First, Grassroots International, IATP-Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy,
IDEX-International Development Exchange, National Family Farm Coalition,
PANNA-Pesticide Action Network North America, Swift Foundation, US-Africa Network,
WhyHunger. From Africa: African Centre for Biosafety (South Africa), Agrarian Reform
for Food Sovereignty Campaign (South Africa), Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa,
Food Rights Alliance (Kenya), Friends of the Earth Africa (Nigeria), Kenya Food Rights Alliance,
La Via Campesina Africa, MELCA (Ethiopia), Surplus People Project (South Africa),
Trust for Community Organization and Education (South Africa), ZIMSOFF (Zimbabwe).

The Africa-US Food Sovereignty Strategy Summit has been organized in collaboration
with the following organizations: African Centre for Biosafety (South Africa), Food First,
Grassroots International, IDEX-International Development Exchange, Kenya Food Rights Alliance,
National Family Farm Coalition, Pesticide Action Network North America – PANNA,
We are the Solution (Burkina Faso), WhyHunger.

Thanks to our Co-Sponsors! African Chamber of Commerce of the Pacific Northwest,
African Studies Program at the UW Jackson School of International Studies,
ASUW Student Food Cooperative, Backbone Campaign, Center for the Study of Justice
in Society at Seattle University, Central Co-op, Community Kitchens Northwest,
Community to Community Development, Domestic Fair Trade Association, Equal Exchange,
Health Alliance International, Lettuce Link/Solid Ground, Local2Global Advocates for Food
Sovereignty, PCC, Seattle Good Business Network, Urban Food Hub, UW Farm, UW Program
on the Environment, Village Volunteers, WA Fair Trade Coalition, WA Sustainable Food and
Farming Network, Yes! Magazine.

Share this event! Download the flyer here: Oct. 12 Event Flyer. Link to Facebook event here.

If your organization can Co-Sponsor and help us spread the word via social media, flyers,
websites etc, please contact us!

For more information, please contact Community Alliance for Global Justice/AGRA Watch: 206-405-4600

Veterans for Peace readings at War Experience Project

Veterans for Peace readings at War Experience Project

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Veterans for Peace readings at War Experience Project

Greater Seattle Chapter 92
Veterans' for Peace Reading
October 23rd, 2009
Seattle Central Community College

In collaboration with the War Experience Project, veterans, family members and advocates reflect
on their experiences through spoken word and poetry. Thank you for joining us and being a part of the conversation.

Panelists: Emcee, Anonymous, Rachel Beals, Todd Boyle, Charlotte Chritcher
Gerry Condon, Pio DeCano, Larry Matsuda, Seth Manzel, Jacques Pugh, Caroline Kelly

Support from the Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs and SCCC is gratefully acknowledged.

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