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“Surviving the Climate Emergency & Creating a New World Through Higher Love, Racial Justice & Democratic Cooperation”
Presentation & Discussion with Ted Glick
Sunday, November 20, 4 pm LEPOCO Peace Center, 1705 W. Broad St., Bethlehem (enter at the back)Ted Glick has been a community organizer, peace and justice activist and writer since 1968. He has been producing a bi-weekly “Future Hope” column of social and political commentary since 2000. He had two books published in the last couple of years, “Burglar for Peace: Lessons Learned in the Catholic Left’s Resistance to the Vietnam War,” and “21st Century Revolution: Through Higher Love, Racial Justice & Democratic Cooperation.” He was a Vietnam War era draft resister; a co-founder of the National Campaign to Impeach Nixon; a community and tenants’ rights organizer in Brooklyn; and the National Campaign Coordinator of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network. He is president of the climate group 350NJ-Rockland and an active leader of Beyond Extreme Energy. He lives in northern New Jersey. Ted Glick’s books will be available for sale at the gathering.
Contact LEPOCO (610-691-8730) for more information.