Keith McHenry will be speaking at Oberlin College on the history of Food Not Bombs, anarchism, and his life, Thursday, April 21st at 7:30pm in King Building, Room 106. Keith has been a peace activist for over 30 years. He has volunteered with the Coalition for Direct Action at Seabrook, Mobilization for Survival, The Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador, Boston Alliance Against the Draft, Iraqi Pledge of Resistance and the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee. He is a co-founder Food Not Bombs which shares free vegetarian food in hundreds of communities. It is one of the worlds largest all volunteer international movements taking direct action for peace and justice. He helped start the first chapter in Boston in 1980. He designed the movement's logo and co-wrote with C.T. Butler, the book, Food Not Bombs, How to Feed the Hungry and Build Community.
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