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Drones, space, cyber warfare
We will show excerpts from "Drone"and watch a video of Christopher Aaron, an ex-drone program analyst who will speak about his experiences working in Afghanistan and Iraq. Discussion with members of the UJP Anti-Drone Campaign will follow.
March in Honk Parade is on Sunday, Oct. 9, starting in Davis Sq., ending in Harvard Sq.
Gather at 11:00 a.m., march starts at noon. You can walk the entire parade or drop out at any point.
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Keep Space for Peace Week
International Week of Protest to
Stop the Militarization of Space
October 1-8, 2016
No Missile Defense
Stop Drones Surveillance & Killing
No to NATO
End Corporate Domination of Foreign/Military Policy
Convert the Military Industrial Complex
Killer Drones: film and talk by Christopher Aaron, former US drone program analyst
sponsored by Eastern Mass Anti-Drones Network and Arlington United for Justice with Peace
Film Review/Flyer: "Eye in the Sky," A Sugar Coated Picture of Killer Drones reviewed by Marilyn LevinSubmitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 03/25/2016 - 8:06pm
The new drone film Eye in the Sky presents a dishonest, sugar-coated view of the U.S. killer drone operation. It claims that they can precision-drop their bombs, only on selected known targets who will kill innocent people, so, of course, they are saving many lives. When one child wanders into the kill zone, they agonize about the possibility of killing her, and kick it up to the U.S. Secretary of State and the British Prime Minister to get the okay. The not-made-in-Hollywood reality is one of killing hundreds, if not thousands, of children in many countries to satisfy U.S.
The documentary film, “Unmanned: America’s Drone Wars” will be shown. In this film from Brave New Films, director Robert Greenwald investigates the impact of U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan and elsewhere. The film highlights the stories of 16 year old Tariq Aziz, killed by a drone in 2011; and school teacher, Rafiq ur Rehamn, whose mother was killed and children hospitalized due to a drone strike in 2012. “Unmanned” includes more than 70 interviews.
Thousands of innocent people have been killed by U.S. drones. We will read the names of victims and speak out against the new forms of warfare and the surveillance state. We are gathering at MIT, a major center of drone research.
Spread the word and join us.
A Pakistani-American journalist films people who live in the tribal areas of Pakistan under the constant presence of the US drones... and in the wake of their destruction. Q&A with director Madiha Tahir.
Testimony presented at State House Hearing on the Drone Privacy Act, March 5, 2014
I am Susan McLucas and I’m a member of the Eastern Massachusetts Anti-Drones Network. We support the Drone Privacy Act.
Learn what our government is doing in our name!
Discussion after the movie.
Subrata Ghoshroy, research affiliate at MIT
Judy Bello, NY State Coalition to Ground the Drones
U.S. drones have killed thousands of innocent people - most recently two hostages, one American and one Italian, both aid workers in the middle east.
We will read the names of victims and protest MIT's connections to the weapons industries and the kind of research that develops these terrible weapons.
Massachusetts Peace Action