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CVN Action Organizer in Maine Interviewed on Radio

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.16.14
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This interview is with Mary Ellen Quinn, Co-Coordinator Pax Christi Maine and organizer of the End Violence Together event on September 27th in Bangor, Maine. The interview is part of the WERU News in Maine and is about 15 minutes long.   Mary Ellen gives an excellent overview of Campaign Nonviolence and the importance of connecting the dots between war, poverty and the climate crisis.

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