All movies/videos start at 7PM. location is the New Mexico State University Campus. Place is Corbett Center Theatre. The format is video/film (30 to 60 minutes) followed by short presentation by speakers, open microphone session, and ending with a Candle Vigil around 9PM. Fill out a Visitor Parking pass online and then print it out. See map of campus - Corbett Center (bigger map). Call Victoria Garcia 522-4495hm 650-8042 cell for more information.
5 March - 7 PM - Wed - "Genocide by Sanctions" followed by speakers Dr. David Boje (College of Business Administration and Economics), Dr. Neil Harvey (Department of Government), and Tiffany Berger
31 March - 7 PM - Mon - "No Where to Hide" - Was originally an NBC film, but they refused to air it. It shows what Iraq bombing looks like when you are on the ground. Speaker will be the honorable NM Supreme Court Chief Justice Gene E. Franchini from Albuquerque.
17 April - 7 PM - Thurs - "Media and the Glamorization of War" video. 17 April 7PM - Thurs - "Media and the Glamorization of War" video. Speaker will be Victoria Garcia and the honorable NM Supreme Court Chief Justice Gene E. Franchini from Albuquerque. His honor will speak on the "First Causality of War is the Bill of Rights.
Donations to the Campus Voices for Peace group are appreciated to cover cost of facility rental and other costs. Videos and films are shown absolutely free to students and the public. Any donation is of course appreciated.
Discusses the thousands of deaths from sanctions on
Iraq since the end of the Gulf War.
“This is what Democracy Looks Like”
Independent film production of the 1999 Seattle WTO Protests.
“Something to Hide”
Film detailing student efforts to stop sweatshop
labor in El Salvador.
Hollywood production chronicling the life and times
“Manufacturing Consent In a Time of War”
Interview of Noam Chomsky about issues after September 11th.
“War, Terrorism, and The Media”
Znet production interviewing Howard Zinn and his outlook on terrorism and the media (Note: waiting on this to arrive; alternate choice: A Force More Powerful and We have this film"
"The Good War: And Those Who Refused to Fight It" - courtesy of Anna Underwood
“Genocide by Sanctions”
Discusses the thousands of deaths from sanctions on Iraq since the end of the Gulf War.
"Hidden Wars of Desert Storm" is the most powerful, succinct, moving account of the Gulf War - its origins and its aftermath - that we have seen on film. If it were shown in classrooms all over the country, it would have a dramatic effect on the public's understanding of that war and of US policy in general." - Howard Zinn. Video is available at http://hiddenwars.org/
Arundhati Roy's speech "Come September" in Albuquerque, NM plus conversation between Ms. Roy and Historian Howard Zinn. Roy is author of The God of Small Things and Power Politics. Transcript of her address; On line Real Audio version. To see the video contact email@example.com
See more offerings at Shoestring Documentaries - on line Videos - e.g. Ramsey Clark, Stanley Aronowitz, Susan Sarandon, http://www.snowshoefilms.com/
Music Videos of Peace Movement on the Web
More info www.PeaceAware.com See Speakers Schedule; Movies for Peace Schedule; Music Schedule
If you have a movie or speaker idea - please contact For more information contact Casey Stevens at firstname.lastname@example.org