ISIS & Washington: A Relationship that Spells Trouble for Iraqis and Syrians

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Featuring:

   Mike Howells Ph.D. Political Science, University of New Orleans
Social Justice Activist


Political scientist and long-time New Orleans social justice activist Mike Howells explores the latest unfolding war in Iraq and Syria sparked by the rise of ISIS (also known as ISIL or "the Islamic State") and wider implications, including but not limited to a return to the U.S. war in Iraq. 











Mike Howells' Biography:

PHD in Political Science(UNO 92).
University of Southwestern Louisiana Faculty(1989-1991).
Social justice activist in New Orleans since 1983.
Veteran of New Orleans anti-movements that opposed US military intervention in Grenada, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Panama,Yugoslavia, Iraq(1991& 2003), and Afghanistan.
Street Entertainer in French Quarter since 1993, Member of NOLA Socialist Alternative & Bring Back the Avery Alexander Statue.    



        

 Location:
First Unitarian Universalist Church
5212 South Claiborne Av. New Orleans 
(Enter via posted signs at Soniat and South Claiborne)

10am – Progressive, Social Justice Community Networking
with Coffee, Juice and Light Breakfast Pastries*

11am to Noon- Featured Presentation

*$3.00 suggested donation

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info@thecommunitybreakfast.org


Held every second Saturday of each month, the Gillespie Memorial Community Breakfast has been a project of the First Unitarian Universalist Church Social Justice Committee 
since May 1983.

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