International peace activist Kathy Kelly will deliver the Social Justice Program’s annual lecture, “Of Immigration, Intervention, and the U.S.,” on Wednesday, September 26, from 5:30-7 p.m., in Shiley Hall room 319. All are welcome for a stimulating lecture that emphasizes the importance of understanding the role of United State foreign policy in contributing to problems of migration in the world. Kelly is an internationally recognized peace activist and speaker who has received numerous awards for her activities in advancing peace and justice. She has recently been active in protesting drone strikes in Yemen and in America’s continued involvement in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Kelly’s talk is co-sponsored by the Catholic Studies Program. For more information contact Anne Pitsch Santiago, political science, at email@example.com.