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The New Global Peace Movement


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In the months leading up to the latest war in Iraq, the peace movement in the United States grew to the size that took 3 years to build during the Vietnam war era. And these protesters were joined by millions around the world. On this edition, musician Michael Franti, civil rights activist Jerome Scott and professor Angana Chatterji reflect on the anti-war movement and its significance for the future.


Michael Franti, musician of Spearhead; Jerome Scott, director of Project South, the Institute for the Elimination of Poverty and Genocide; Angana Chatterji, professor of social and cultural anthropology at the California Institute of Integral Studies.

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Michael Franti
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Project South, the Institute for the Elimination of Poverty and Genocide –Atlanta, GA

California Institute of Integral Studies –San Francisco, CA

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