Activist David Hartsough to visit D.C. for 'Waging Peace' book tour 11/18-11/22

Executive director of Peaceworkers, cofounder of the Nonviolent Peaceforce and long-time global activist David Hartsough will be visiting Washington D.C. from November 18-22 as a part of his speaking tour for his newly published memoir Waging Peace: Global Adventures of a Lifelong Activist.
,In Waging Peace, Hartsough reveals his lifelong commitment to nonviolent action inspired by role models including Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. The memoir includes Hartsough’s riveting experiences with active nonviolence all over the globe from Montgomery, Alabama to East Berlin, Cuba and everywhere in between. The book emphasizes the power of one human being in contributing to global efforts to stop the perpetuation of violence and war.
As a part of the book tour, David Hartsough will be a guest speaker at the following events and venues which are open to the public:
 Tuesday November 18 
11 am – 12:30 pm       Montgomery Community College- Rockville
7 pm – 8:30 pm           University of Maryland
Wednesday November 19
7 pm – 8:30 pm           Friends Meeting- Washington
Thursday November 20
5 pm- 6:45                   American University
In addition, Mr. Hartsough will be a guest speaker at the following campuses in the Washington D.C. area: Montgomery Community College, University of Maryland- College Park, American University, George Mason University and Georgetown University.
Following his stay in Washington D.C., David Hartsough will travel to the Philadelphia area and New York City before concluding his tour in California. David Hartsough is based out of San Francisco and identifies as a Quaker. He holds a BA from Howard University and an MA in International Relations from Columbia University. For any further questions or concerns please contact Jan Hartsough at


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