Viewing and Discussion: Triple Evils of Militarism, Racism, and Poverty

The Institute for Peace Studies celebrates International Day of Non-Violence with Viewing and Discussion: Triple Evils of Militarism, Racism, and Poverty. View talk given by Reverend Dr. William Barber II (Hofstra talk in 2018), followed by a live discussion about the Triple Evils of Militarism, Racism, and Poverty, and the vital need to vote in this election. 

Rev. Dr.  William Barber is President and Senior Lecturer, Repairers of the Breach, and Co-Chair, Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call For Moral Revival. The Poor People’s Campaign renews Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s challenge to confront racism, militarism, and poverty. Dr. Barber is the architect of the Forward Together Moral Monday Movement that gained national acclaim with its Moral Monday protests at the North Carolina General Assembly in 2013.


Panelists include:

Dr. Linda Longmire, Professor of Global Studies Hofstra University

Dr. Andrea Libresco, Director of the Institute for Peace Studies, Hofstra University

Student Participants:

Bethlehem Araya

Margaret Engel

Ben Welch


Date: Thursday, October 1, 2020

Time: 2:20 - 3:45 pm 

Location: virtual

Zoom link: 




Thursday, October 01, 2020



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