NJ Peace Action Annual Soup Luncheon with Mike Parenti
Nat T. Bender
11/16/2002
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Mary Gallagher presents the Hope Shapiro annual Bread and Roses Award to Bennet Zurofsky for his work defending the rights of detained immigrants.
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Bennet talked about the threat to civil liberties represented in the Patriot Act.

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NJ Peace Action Executive Director Madelyn Hoffman gave the annual state of the peace report.

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NJ Peace Action President Peggy Monges urged the crowd to enable the organization to help maintain and increase staff for Peace Action's work.

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Michael Parenti, Ph.D. is a well-published progressive political scientist.

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Parenti talked about his latest book, "The Terrorist Trap"

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Parenti took questions from the audience on a range of topics.

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A capacity crowd of more than 350 packed the gym.

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