Saturday, September 4 2010 - Get Involved
How the World Changed After 9/11 - NYC event 9/11 & 12
Join us in NYC this September 11th and 12th for a symposium of critical thinkers - "How the World Changed After 9/11"
This two-day event will be filmed for television, featuring eight panels with 32 experts in world affairs! The panels will look at 9/11's impact on military policy, loss of privacy, the media, perception of Islam, US politics, and much more!
You'll hear a stellar array of speakers, for instance Cindy Sheehan, Ray McGovern, Cynthia McKinney, Peter Dale Scott, Michael Parenti, Kristina Borjesson, Ralph Schoenman, Sara Flounders, Coleen Rowley, Senator Mike Gravel, Governor Don Siegelman. In addition, this event will feature the first US appearance of Dr. Niels Harrit, who rocked the science community with his team's paper revealing explosives found in the World Trade Center dust.
Get full details at www.howtheworldchanged.org. Seating is limited so reserve your ticket now!
WHERE: Walker Stage - 56 Walker Street, New York, NY
WHEN: 1pm through 10pm Sat. Sept. 11th and Sun. Sept. 12th
ADMISSION: $20 suggested donation per session. Two sessions each day. Each session includes two panels. Seating limited to 175.
Proceeds from all events go to help first responders.
NOTE: This event will be webcast for viewers around the world! Check website soon for further details. TICKETS and pay-per-view live stream: See Paypal links at website.
Also, a memorial will be held Friday night, September 10, 2010, 6:00 pm, at All Souls Church, 1157 Lexington Avenue, with victim family members.
Speakers hosted by http://www.wearechange.org.
Can't come to New York? Then join us via live stream of the entire conference, the memorial and a live broadcast from the streets at ground zero for a modest $15 pay-per-view fee. Hosted by We are Change and The International Action Center.
Presented by the International News Net. Co-sponsored by the Puffin Foundation, Soundview Broadcasting, International Action Center, and We are Change New York.