PeaceSmiths Presidential 2008 Forum photos

January 19, 2008 at 9:00 am Leave a comment

PeaceSmiths Presidential Forum
Candidates’ representatives. For each candidate, artist Frank Aurelio created a sign with an original sketch and the name of the candidate.
Moderator Ahmad Ali.
The audience. There were about 30 people in attendance.
Linda Lane-Weber of NOW waiting to ask a Questioner line at PeaceSmiths Presidential Forum
In the center, lined up to ask a question, is Linda Lane-Weber from NOW.
Karen Sackett at PeaceSmiths Presidential Forum
Left to right: Charmaine, a supporter of one of the candidates, and Karen Sackett of South Country Peace Group, SPN, and other activist endeavors. Janet is behind them, wearing the 1/20/09 t-shirt.

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