Peace Action on C-SPAN

 In Afghanistan, air strikes, anti-nuclear movement, Blogroll, Bush Administration, children, China, Congress, Debt Ceiling, democracy, dictator, diplomacy, diversity, Economy, education, elections, Energy, environment, Global Activism, Guantanamo, imperialism, Iran, Iraq, Islamophobia, Israel, Libya, media, Middle East, military budget, NATO, nonviolence, nuclear energy, Nuclear Weapons, Obama Administration, Peace Action, Saudi Arabia, Senate, social movements, Sudan, terror, Veterans, War

Thanks to the hard work of national Peace Action board member (and University of Hawai’i Human Rights Law Center founder) Joshua Cooper, Peace Action got some serious airtime (an hour and a quarter) on C-SPAN. Joshua has organized Human Rights on the Hill conferences in DC for law students and the public for a decade now, and he and I were filmed at this year’s event at the University of the District of Columbia’s David A. Clarke Law School.

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