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Jerome C. Berrigan

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Onondaga Community College


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Berrigan Brothers

peace.maripo.com [cached]

Date? - Home of Jerome C. Berrigan, Syracuse, New York (USA).
" Jerome C. (Jerry) Berrigan was born in 1919. He is the son of Thomas Berrigan & Frida Fomherz (also spelled Fromhart) & the fourth of their six children. In 1955, Jerome married Carol Rizzo. Jerome Berrigan was a professor of English at Onondaga Community College (OCC) in Syracuse for over 30 years. He has been involved in political protests since the late 1950's and volunteers in various jails, nursing homes & colleges near his home in upstate New York.


JV Community Names

www.jesuitvolunteers.org [cached]

Daniel Berrigan, SJ, and his brother, Jerry Berrigan, have made a lasting impact on the region's peace advocacy community.
Jerry taught at Onondaga Community College for 25 years. Into his later years, he was active in antiwar protests of Iraq and was arrested at age 88.


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www.peacecouncil.net [cached]

Top:Jerry Berrigan was arrested at a local antiwar action in
March 2008. A Force in the Community: Jerry Berrigan Jerry Berrigan was born and raised in the Syracuse area and taught writing at Onondaga Community College. He became interested seriously in the peace movement after his brother Phillip and others poured napalm on draft files in 1967. He subscribed to SPC's newsletter and has continued to be active with SPC and a force in the larger community ever since.


www.syracuse.com

Berrigan honored for peace activism
Jerry Berrigan, 88, greets Guido Vellone of Syracuse at the 20th Annual Peace Award Dinner held at Pensabene's Casa Grande in Syracuse. Berrigan was one of four Peace award recipients being honored. SYRACUSE, NY - Peace activist Jerome Berrigan, 88, was honored Sunday with the Peace Action of Central New York Lifetime Peace Activist Award. The Syracusan, World War II veteran and retired Onondaga Community College professor has been protesting war and social injustice ever since the Vietnam War. He's protested both Iraq wars, homelessness, nuclear proliferation and the School of Americas, a training program at the Fort Benning, Ga., Army base. And, although he walks with a cane and uses two hearing aids, he has spent many days in handcuffs in the name of civil disobedience. The last time he was arrested, he was 86 years old. He refused to leave a military recruiting office in Syracuse on the third anniversary of the war in Iraq. Jerry Berrigan, a true patriot in the mold of Tom Paine, Martin Luther King, Jr., William Sloane Coffin, and others who've stood against injustice and government oppression. I would appreciate it if the PS would reprint the pictures of Berrigan protesting the attacks on the United States on 9/11, or those of him protesting Saddam Hussein's genocide. How about those of Berrigan, or anybody from the Syracuse Peace Council celebrating ANY of the things our great country has done that is good.


www.syracuse.com

Peace activist Jerome Berrigan, 88, was honored Sunday with the Peace Action of Central New York Lifetime Peace Activist Award.
The Syracusan, World War II veteran and retired Onondaga Community College professor has been protesting war and social injustice ever since the Vietnam War. He's protested both Iraq wars, homelessness, nuclear proliferation and the School of Americas, a training program at the Fort Benning, Ga., Army base. And, although he walks with a cane and uses two hearing aids, he has spent many days in handcuffs in the name of civil disobedience. The last time he was arrested, he was 86 years old. He


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