2:00-3:30 PM on Sunday, June 12 on Zoom
The 40th Anniversary of the historic 1982 Rally for the Nuclear Weapons Freeze
in NYC's Central Park, attended by 1 Million people!
CFPA sent a chartered train with 1,400 to participate!
Representative Tom Malinowski served as a Senior Director on President Clinton’s National Security Council where he worked to end conflicts around the globe. He then served as the chief advocate for Human Rights Watch, where he led the bipartisan campaign to end the use of torture by the Bush Administration. Later he served the Obama Administration as Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor where he helped lead America’s fight for human rights around the world. As a former Assistant Secretary of State, Rep. Malinowski has become one of the top Congressional leaders for diplomacy and peace. Since 2019 he's been the US Representative for CD7 in NJ. He is currently Vice-Chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Rep. Malinowski is facing what is expected to be the closest election race in the 2022 NJ House races. CFPA has been working closely with Malinowski and his staff on key peace legislation, including the effort to restore the Iran Nuclear Agreement to prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons capability.
At the Gathering, Carol K. Allen will be honored with CFPA's
Carol K. Allen
Lifetime Achievement in Peacemaking Award
This event is open to those who have contributed
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40th Annual Membership Gathering Keynoted by Rep. Tom Malinowski
|Event Date||Sun, June 12, 2022 2:00 pm|
|Event End Date||Sun, June 12, 2022 3:30 pm|
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