Drone Warfare

Monday, January 28, 2013 at 7:00 pm
Culture Project
45 Bleecker Street, New York City

Join activist, journalist, and co-founder of CODEPINK, Medea Benjamin, just back from the Pashtun territories in Pakistan where she traveled with families of drone victims and Imran Khan, and Sarah Knuckey, co-author of the NYU/Stanford report “Living Under Drones,” for an in-depth conversation and Q&A about drone warfare. The conversation will be moderated by Nermeen Shaikh, a broadcast news producer and weekly co-host at Democracy Now! in New York City.

The presentation will begin with Things We Make, a powerful theatrical exploration of drone warfare directed by Shana Solomon. The evening will conclude with a signing of Medea Benjamin’s new book, Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control.


Download the Press Release

Stanford/NYU Report, “Living Under Drones” [Download]

Medea Benjamin, “Americans Take Anti-Drone Stance Directly to Pakistan”

Cora Currier, Pro Publica, “Everything We Know So Far About Drone Strikes”


“Drone warfare panel brings home the civilian carnage U.S. policy produces around globe”, Mondoweiss

Drone Warfare from War Costs/Brave New Foundation

Since 2004, up to 884 innocent civilians, including at least 176 children, have died from US drone strikes in the North Waziristan region of Pakistan. A new report from the Stanford and New York University law schools finds drone use has caused widespread post-tramatic stress disorder and an overall breakdown of functional society in North Waziristan. In addition, the report finds the use of a “double tap” procedure, in which a drone strikes once and strikes again not long after, has led to deaths of rescuers and medical professionals. Many interviewees told the researchers they didn’t know what America was before drones. Now what they know of America is drones, death and terror.

Video from WarCosts.com

Presented in Partnership with:

Brooklyn for Peace CPlogo bp web Nation Mondoweiss Veterans for Peace World Can't Wait Bill of Rights Defense Committee Theaters Against War
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