Thursday, September 27, 2012
Forum on the election for the Unitarian Church in Boulder October 28, 2012
Henry Kroll, the Unitarian Universalist Minister in Boulder, sent around this announcement for a forum on the Sunday a week and a half before the election:
￼￼"UUCB Forum: Dr. Alan Gilbert
￼￼UUCB Public Forum sponsored by the Forum Planning Committee of the UUCB Social Justice Council is scheduled for Sunday October 28.! Doors Open at 6:30.! Admission Free and
Open to All. Program starts at 7:00 PM.
Speaker:! Dr. Alan Gilbert, Professor Korbel Graduate School of International Studies
Topic:!! With the US Presidential Campaigns well underway, Dr. Gilbert will help us better understand the international settings and the fundamental alternatives and visions under girding the coming national election. [For better or worse, one of Gilbert's students at DU (Univ. of Denver) was Ms. Condelezza Rice - long before she became US Secretary of State.] Professor Gilbert is an engaged anti-war and anti-racist activist who writes extensively on how to best make the promise of democracy real for ordinary Americans and others around the world.
His books include: Must Global Politics Constrain Democracy?, Democratic Individuality, and just out - Black Patriots and Loyalists: Fighting for Emancipation In the War of Independence.
UUCB Forum Planning Chair Henry Kroll says "Don't miss this insightful evening!"