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Sept. 9: Film, Discussion on 9/11 Tragedy
Event sponsored by Kessel Institute for the Study of Peace and Change.
Minnesota State University, Mankato Media Relations Office News Release, 9-3-2014
Mankato, Minn. – Bruce Stahlberg, a member of the organizations Veterans For Peace and MN 9/11 Truth, will present a public video about the 9/11 tragedy and then lead a discussion about it from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 9 in Ostrander Auditorium, located in Minnesota State University, Mankato’s Centennial Student Union.
Stahlberg’s presentation, titled “9/11 Explosive Evidence: Experts Speak Out,” is free and open to the public.
In the film that will be shown, professional architects and engineers raise probing questions about the investigation of 9/11 and the official account of the destruction of the World Trade Center.
In his presentation, Stahlberg will provide his perspective on how the U.S. government’s response to the 9/11 attack has had sweeping consequences, both domestically and internationally.
Stahlberg will lead a discussion that includes opportunities for all views and perspectives to be discussed. He will provide his views on whether or not the American people have been told the truth about the 9/11 attack, and share his opinion on whether or not important domestic and foreign policy decisions have been made on the basis of misinformation.
For more information about the presentation, contact Jackie Vieceli, director of the Kessel Institute for the Study of Peace and Change, by phone at 507-389-6938 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stahlberg’s presentation is sponsored by the Kessel Institute for the Study of Peace and Change, http://sbs.mnsu.edu/kessel/, which is dedicated to advancing the understanding and the existence of peace at all levels, from the individual to the global community. It is named after the late Abbas Kessel, a lifelong peace activist who received a doctorate from the University of Chicago in 1956 and was a Minnesota State Mankato political science professor for 19 years. Kessel died in 1987 of leukemia.
Activities of the Kessel Institute for the Study of Peace and Change are coordinated by an advisory council that works through the dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Minnesota State Mankato.
Minnesota State Mankato, a comprehensive university with 15,409 students, is part of the Minnesota State Colleges & Universities system, which comprises 31 state institutions.