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Both parts of this Annual Membership Gathering require paid registration, as well as a paid 2020 membership.  Only members and their guests will be sent the information to join by Zoom. If you haven't yet contributed your 2020 CFPA membership, click here to do so NOW, so you will be eligible to register for either or both of this two-part event! 

Register for 2020 Virtual Membership Gathering (Two Parts)


CFPAs's Membership Gathering (usually a sit-down dinner) will be taking place online via Zoom this year. Please plan to attend, from the comfort of your own home. 

(This year's gathering is split into two parts. On Wednesday, June 10, Noam Chomsky will be our speaker. Click here for details. The program on June 10 will be preceded by a sponsor-only reception with Noam Chomsky which includes the opportunity to ask Prof. Chomsky questions and be seen and heard by each other and other reception attendees--which won't be the case with the webinar that follows. Sponsors will also be listed in the program, for both the June 10 and June 14 events.)

The second part of the gathering will be held on Sunday, June 14 at 3 p.m. with Michael Klare as our keynote speaker. This program will also include the presentation of honors to notable peacemakers (scroll down on this page for bios). 

Michael Klare is a writer, teacher, and public speaker who studies issues of war and peace, resource competition, and international affairs. As the Five College Professor of Peace and World Security Studies, based at Hampshire College, he teaches courses on resource politics, contemporary conflict, and world affairs. Klare has written fourteen books and hundreds of essays on these and related topics. A strong believer in the need for public debate and discussion, he also appears regularly in the media and in public to express his views on critical issues. His most recent book is All Hell Breaking Loose: The Pentagon's Perspective on Climate Change.

Please click here to read an excellent article by Dr. Klare for The Nation, "How Rising Temperatures Increase the Likelihood of Nuclear War."


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