September film “Return of Navajo Boy” – Sunday, September 18th

Sunday, September 18th at 7 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 2672 E. Alluvial the film “Return of Navajo Boy” will be shown.  The Return of Navajo Boy, an official selection of the Sundance Film Festival and PBS, is an internationally acclaimed documentary that reunited a Navajo family and triggered a federal investigation into uranium contamination. It tells the story of Elsie Mae Begay, whose history in pictures reveals an incredible and ongoing struggle for environmental justice. A powerful new epilogue (produced in 2008) shows how the film and Groundswell Educational Films’ outreach campaign create news and rally supporters including . . . → Read More: September film “Return of Navajo Boy” – Sunday, September 18th

Radio show 9/14 with Jeff Spitz, director of film “Return of Navajo Boy”

Wednesday, September 14, 2016  3:00– 3:30 p.m. on KFCF 88.1, The Fresno Center for Nonviolence monthly “Stir It Up” radio show will be hosted by Angela Price.  Her guest will be Jeff Spitz.  Jeff Spitz is the director of the film “Return of Navajo Boy”. He is a co-founder of Groundswell Educational Films and an Associate Professor in Cinema Art & Science at Columbia College Chicago.  This show is going to be recorded so no call-ins this time.  We always record the show on a flash drive and create a link to the program. Call the Center at (559) 237-3223 Mon-Fri . . . → Read More: Radio show 9/14 with Jeff Spitz, director of film “Return of Navajo Boy”

Link to radio show with guest John LaForge

See below the link to our Center for Nonviolence radio show on Wednesday, August 10th.  My guest was John LaForge of Nukewatch in Wisconsin.  It is well worth listening to.  At the end, John LaForge speaks about how people can get involved by not only checking the website www.ICANW.org for more information about the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons but also contacting President Obama about the urgent need for our country to make the pledge that 127 countries have already signed not to use or possess nuclear weapons.

The film that we showed this month “Countdown to Zero” . . . → Read More: Link to radio show with guest John LaForge