Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control

Did you know that a drone can be as small as a bumble bee, that local law enforcement offices are eager to be the first to have their own fleet of drones here in the US and that Obama has granted the CIA the authority to kill people in Pakistan and Yemen using drone “signature strikes” based solely on suspicious behavior?

Medea Benjamin’s new book: Drone Warfare, Killing by Remote Control  is a well-researched investigation of these deadly weapons and how we can build a movement to stop them.

As Tom Hayden says in his blog:

After reading Medea Benjamin’s Drone Warfare, Killing by Remote Control, I can only wish she will invest more time in writing and less time getting arrested, because there are so few activists with her gifts of research, analysis and communication. But she wouldn’t be Medea without being arrested and pepper-sprayed in one front or another, because she is a true witness in both the Quaker moral sense and as a seeing journalist in the thick of things.

Come Hear Medea Speak About Drones

Medea Benjamin will be talking about her drones research and calls to action. Global Exchange and KPFA present An evening with Medea: “Drone Warfare, Killing by Remote Control” hosted by Laura Pirves.

  • 7:30 Tuesday, June 19th
  • The Hillside Club 2286 Cedar Street Berkeley 
  • Buy your tickets here 

In addition, special pre-talk reception hosted by Global Exchange and Code Pink will be held at the Hillside Club from 6:00 – 7:30.

Become a GEMS, Attend this Special Reception With Medea AND Get a Copy of Drone Warfare, Killing by Remote Control

Become a Global Exchange monthly sustainer (GEMS) now and receive a free signed copy of Drone Warfare, Killing by Remote Control plus an invitation to this intimate reception with Medea.

WE HAVE ten free tickets reserved for Global Exchange Monthly Sustainers. Sign up to become one of our GEMS and help support our important work plus attend this special reception and receive your copy.

Here’s How:

Step 1: Sign up to become a GEMS

Step 2: Call Kirsten to get your free ticket to the reception and talk 255-7295.

Questions? Email Kirsten at kirsten@globalexchange.org.

If you’re in the Bay Area we hope you are able to join us for this enlightening evening. This is a rare visit to the Bay Area by one of our favorite rabble rousers, Medea Benjamin, who is eager to reconnect with all of her Bay Area friends. Don’t miss it!