Erik Prince to speak at Beloit College
Date: Wednesday, March 27th, 2019
Time: 7:30 pm.
700 College St, Beloit, WI
Erik Prince is the former CEO of Blackwater and the subject of Jeremy Scahill's
Blackwater: The Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army.
Medhi Hasan presents a great indictment of Prince and Blackwater in this
Respect the man's right to speak, but be prepared to defend the right of decent
people to also speak and question this man's motives.
The Face of the
War In Yemen
The war in Yemen has created the world’s worst man-made
humanitarian disaster. Eight
million people are at risk of starvation including 400,000 children under the
age of five.
attention to the this tragedy, the New York Times published this
photo on their front page. The photo is graphic. It will shock you.
But this is what it was meant to do.
2018 at 11 AM. It was cold and blustery, but a few hardy people held a
vigil on Milton Avenue to remind people that this day was originally called
Armistice day, a day to hold events promoting peace among all nations.
Milton Wisconsin 2018 July 4 Parade.
The Rock Valley Fellowship of Reconciliation,
Veterans For Peace and the Forward Marching Band parade for peace. What a
4:00 to 4:30 PM in front of Paul Ryan's constituent office, 20 South Main
Street, Janesville Wisconsin, we vigil for peace. We began this vigil in
2002 before the beginning of the Iraq war. We have signs. We need
you to hold one.
Also, every third Friday from 4:00 to 4:30 PM on Milton Avenue at the corner of
Randolph Road in front of the post office in Janesville,
we vigil for peace.
For more information click on Events Calendar on the left.
Rock Valley-FOR is a
spiritually-based peace group whose vision came out of the Beloit
Friends Meeting. Our goal is to offer programs each year with
speakers from all over the world who are voices for peace. The
Rock-Valley-FOR is an official affiliate organization of the
Fellowship of Reconciliation-USA. Website:
The Fellowship of
Reconciliation-USA seeks to replace violence, war, racism and
economic injustice with nonviolence, peace and justice. We are
an interfaith organization committed to active nonviolence as a
transforming way of life and as a means of radical change.
Rock Valley fellowship of reconciliation
coordinator: Sue Nelson