To End All Wars Webinar with Kathy Kelly - on Yemen and Drones: June 22

Event Dates: 
06/22/21
BAN KILLER DRONES webinar:
"DRONE USE BY U.S. POLICE 
AND THE
HUMAN IMPACT OF U.S. DRONE ATTACKS IN YEMEN"
Tuesday, June 22, 2021  

10 - 11:30 am central time
     
Please register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYodu2sqjouHdA5ZleOwXFSXXkM4U2ZpAT6 for this webinar.  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
    
PANELISTS ARE:

  
THE REV. DR. EMMA JORDAN-SIMPSON, Executive Director of Fellowship of Reconciliation USA, the US branch of the oldest international interfaith peace and justice organization employing the transformative power of nonviolence to resolve human conflict. She is the executive pastor of the Concord Baptist Church of Christ, Brooklyn, NY and President of American Baptist Churches of Metropolitan New York. She will address the police use of drone surveillance at protests.
     

MOHAMMED AL-AHMADI is an investigative journalist, member of the Yemeni Journalists Syndicate, member of the International Federation of Journalists and a legal researcher for Alkarama for Human Rights.  He is Secretary-General of the Yemeni Media Club in Instanbul, Turkey, which was recently established with a license from the Turkish authorities, and he is a press editor for Balqis TV, which broadcasts from Turkey.  He has a media presence and participates in many satellite channels to comment on events in Yemen, especially human rights issues.  Several years ago, he carried out several field visits to Yemeni areas that had experienced drone attacks, met with survivors, and the families of victims, and contributed to preparing several human rights reports for Alkarama, and he also contributed to writing investigative articles about drone attacks.  He will report on the physical and emotional impact of U.S. drone attacks on the Yemeni people and Yemeni politics.


Webinar moderator KATHY KELLY helps coordinate the Ban Killer Drones campaign. In articles and interviews, she regularly raises concerns about drone warfare, particularly in Afghanistan and Yemen, and the impact of drone surveillance on U.S. communities.