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Larry Christian

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Phone: (619) ***-****  HQ Phone
San Diego Coalition for Peace and Justice
3850 Westgate Place
San Diego , California 92105
United States

Company Description: The San Diego Coalition for Peace and Justice formed in September of 2001 to actively promote peace and oppose military violence. We are composed of people from...   more

Employment History

  • Coalition for Peace and Justice

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    San Diego Peace and Justice Coalition
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March Madness | The National University Herald, 1 July 2012 [cached]
"There is a perception that everyone is looking out for their own best interest," said Larry Christian, a member of the San Diego Coalition for Peace and Justice since 2001 and master of ceremonies for the day's event. "What's true is that everyone's lives are affected [by the wars] in fundamental ways. ... At some point it's inescapable."
"If you look at the newspapers these days, you can't even tell these wars are going on. There's an unwritten sense that the war is over," Christian said. He talked about how the San Diego Union Tribune moved the war stories from the cover to a designated "war page" on the back page of the paper (arguably a high-profile spot).
"The hallmark of journalism is to evaluate," Christian said. He went on to argue that the press has abdicated its responsibility. "They report what they're told," he said. "And that's not their job."
Asked what message he'd like to send college students, Christian paused for a moment before saying, "All of us-college students especially-have to recognize the role we play.
Later, as the sun set on ..., 18 Sept 2002 [cached]
Later, as the sun set on the alternative memorial, Larry Christian of the Coalition for Peace and Justice, angrily decried the treatment of Arab Americans detained for the last year on immigration violations and as material witnesses in the war on terrorism.
"In the last year," he said, "we've seen that people are now held in prison indefinitely, without charges, with no access to counsel or hearing; that secret evidence, secret detentions, secret hearings are commonplace in immigration matters; that the right of confidentiality between attorney and client has been abrogated; and that we haven't stopped merely at attacks on rights within our own country, but we have rejected rights that have been enshrined in the Geneva Conventions and other international agreements. - The World Wide Leader in Internet Talk, 23 Jan 2003 [cached]
Larry Christian
San Diego Peace and Justice Coalition (SDPJC) member Larry Christian describes how 9/11 inspired the birth of SDPJC and its work in promoting peace and understanding of conflict in the Middle East and other places around the world.
Segment 2 Larry Christian delves a little deeper into the reason for the enormous world-wide protest against impending war on Iraq by the U.S. government and why it is vital that people voice their objections against violent aggression against others.
Segment 3 The issues of "what can individuals do" to bring about peace are discussed by Larry Christian of the SDPJC; he includes a list of upcoming events and where to get more information about peacemaking and the SDPJC.
San Diego Coalition for Peace and Justice, 14 Dec 2004 [cached]
During a brief rally, George Khoury of ADC, Lilia Velasquez, a leading immigration attorney, Ben Prado of the Raza Rights Coalition, and Larry Christian of SDCPJ addressed the crowd.
October 6-7, 2002 National Reports, 1 Jan 2002 [cached]
Larry Christian of the San Diego Coalition for Peace and Justice said that the October 6 action had originally been planned in connection with the first anniversary of the U.S. attack on Afghanistan, and it was fortuitous timing that by the time the date rolled around debates on resolutions to authorize the U.S. to use force against Iraq were taking place in the U.S. Congress and at the United Nations."We didn't know how critical this date would be," Christian said.
"Think back two months ago," Christian said, "to the issue of the International Criminal Court, where the U.S. became the first country in history to un-sign a treaty.
Christian urged people to stage sit-ins at the offices of Congressmembers demanding that they vote against the war resolution, and also promoted the two big nationwide anti-war demonstrations scheduled for October 26 in San Francisco and Washington, D.C.
The last speaker, Larry Christian, then called for the crowd to march down Broadway to the pier and return.
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