COMMUNITY EVENTS
Consider attending these events, sponsored 
by other organizations around New Hampshire and beyond, 
to gain an even wider perspective on the world.*

 

MacArthur Fellow David Finkel on America’s veterans 

David Finkel, a Pulitzer Prize–winning staff writer for The Washington Post, is the author of two of the most important books to come out of the Iraq War: The Good Soldiers (2009), which chronicles the experiences of a U.S. Army infantry battalion deployed to Baghdad during the 2007 surge, and Thank You for Your Service (2013), which follows the same group of men as they return home to America and face the challenges of returning to civilian life.

Friday,December 5

Congregational Church, 21 Front St., Exeter

7-9PM

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"WHO AM I GOING TO BE"

A documentary chronicling the experiences of resettlement from the perspective of five refugee youth living in New Hampshire

Tuesday, October 21

Red River Theaters in Concord

Presented by NH Humanities Council 

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 Nuclear Policy in the 21st Century 

U.S. Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security, Rose Gottemoeller

Warren Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership & Public Policy, UNH Law School, Concord

 Thursday, November 6 at 4:30 PM

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* Community events are not necessarily endorsed or sponsored by WACNH.


 


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