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Unmaking War, Remaking Men: Kathleen Barry book launch October 24, San Francisco

Kathleen Barry’s new book celebration sponsored by Code Pink
Sunday October 24th 2:00pm
The Women’s Building Audre Lorde Room, 2nd Floor
3543 18th Street San Francisco, CA 94110

Barry previously wrote Female Sexual Slavery, Prostitution of Sexuality: Global Exploitation of Women, Susan B. Anthony: A Biography of a Singular Feminist, Vietnamese Women in Transition.

“How can we end war if we don’t understand the makings of war? Kathleen Barry’s Unmaking War, Remaking Men is a remarkable blend of history, current war-making and soul-searching that unravels the very structures of war. Her fascinating questions–ranging from “Why don’t the Geneva Conventions protect the rights of combatants?” to “Why are women in the peaceful nation of Costa Rica subjected to outrageous levels of masculine violence?”–lead to her analysis that the unmaking of war requires the rehumanization of men. Read it, get energized and join us in Barry’s ultimate challenge: replacing the paradigm of war with a paradigm of shared human consciousness based on empathy.”

–Medea Benjamin, cofounder, CODEPINK and Global Exchange

For event information:
(415) 355-0300

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