Film: Every War Has Two Losers
Date: 3:30pm - 6:00pm PDT February 5 PST Location: Miller Hall, 105
Miller Hall, 105
Join Lewis & Clark Professors Jerry Harp and Cari Coe for this viewing of the film based on the journals of William Stafford, a conscientious objector in World War Two and National Book Award winner. Despite being told that war is inevitable, Stafford disagreed. He saw war as a choice - a human choice - and only one of the ways nations can respond to conflict. Using Stafford’s eloquent poetry and prose, the film invites the viewer to reflect on their own ideas regarding war and how individual witness can contribute to a more peaceful world.