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International

Dubrovnik, Croatia

June 4-11. "Peacebuilding in the 21st Century." A radical, 7-day inquiry into the root causes of war and the systems that perpetuate it. Featuring Tom Hayden, Susan Griffin, Sam Keen, Anne Wilson Schaef, Arun Gandhi, Jean Houston, Vesna Terselic, Sulak Sivaraksa, Jodie Evans and others. The goal? To create and support nonviolent methods of responding to conflict. Join us on the exquisite Adriatic coast! Georgia Kelly, director. Call (707) 939-2973; fax (707) 939-6720; e- mail trisha@winslowevents.com; visit website pathwaystopeace.org/dubrovnik.htm.

National

Economy Connection

If the economy has been mystifying you lately, contact Economy Connection, a project of the Union for Radical Political Economics. We can provide a speaker for a political or educational event, or someone to discuss economic questions informally with a few members of your community organization, union, political group or classroom. Our members speak and write about a large number of topics, from various points of view-we will look for someone who is right for you! Call (201) 792-7459; e-mail soapbox@igc.org. For more information about URPE, call the URPE National Office at (203) 777-4605; e-mail URPE@labornet.org; browse www.urpe.org; or write URPE, 37 Howe St., New Haven, CT 06511.

California

Stop Censorship at KPFK and Pacifica Radio!

Forum to hear what you cannot hear on KPFK and Pacifica, with Dan Coughlin (former Pacifica news director), Verna Avery-Brown (former news anchor) and Laura Flanders (FAIR). Saturday, April 29, 2-5 pm, Musicians Union, 817 N. Vine St., Hollywood, CA. Call (323) 653-0726.

New York

Independent Politics and Third Parties

"Independent Politics and Third Parties: Is the Moment Ripe?" Daniel Cantor, executive director, Working Families Party; Christopher Hitchens, columnist, The Nation; Arianna Huffington, author, How to Overthrow the Government; Francis Fox Piven, co-author, Why Americans Don't Vote; Adolph Reed, Labor Party interim national council member; Micah L. Sifry, senior analyst, Public Campaign; Angelo Falcon, director, Institute for Puerto Rican Policy. April 11, 7-9 pm, CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Ave. Tickets $10, free to CUNY students. To register or get more information, call (212) 817-8215 or browse http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cepp.

New York

Marx in Soho

Karl Marx returns to life in contemporary New York to refute the "death" of his ideas in Howard Zinn's new play Marx in Soho. …

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