Important Update: From Inside Iran to Standing Rock: No to War and Yes to Decolonization!

UPDATE: Since Moji Agha, the organizer, will be undergoing gall bladder surgery, this event has been changed substantially.  Please see the newly scheduled panelists below. 

From Inside Iran to Standing Rock:
No to War and Yes to Decolonization!

Tuesday, May 22, 2018
 – 9:30 p.m.

Room 150, Eaton Humanities Building
University of Colorado – Boulder

Free and open to the public

Hear an esteemed panel of Middle East experts discussing current relations with Iran and how we can work for peace and decolonization globally.

According to General Wesley Clark, a few days after 9/11 a general at the Pentagon told him that the Bush administration had plans to

“take down seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, then Syria and Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and finishing off with Iran.” 

The long-planned military subjugation of Iran is the linchpin in this global domination project. We support peaceful campaigns such as this one organized by Iranian-American Moji Agha and hope you will too.

Program Agenda:
7:00 to 7:20: Opening remarks
7:20 to 8:15: Panel presentation
8:20 to 9:30: Moderated Q & A

Panel Members:
David Barsamian

Award-winning independent investigative journalist and author who has reported extensively from inside Iran; founder and host of Alternative Radio. He will give an up-to-date report and analysis of Trump’s decision on the Iran nuclear deal. See

Ron Forthofer

Retired professor, author, and seasoned social justice activist; observer/analyst of U.S. foreign relations focusing on the Middle East; columnist for numerous newspapers, including the Christian Science Monitor and the Financial Times. He has been a progressive candidate for the U.S. Congress and for the office of Governor of Colorado. See


Dan Winters 

A long-time peace activist who has traveled around the world supporting peace and justice efforts. He traveled to Bosnia with an international peace group during the fighting in the 1990s, and was in Iraq in 2003 right before the U.S. attack. He has also been in East Timor as a voting observer and went to Palestine/Israel twice during this century. He was also in the U.S. military in South Korea after the Korean War, and ran twice ran for political office in Colorado.


Moji Agha (Mojtaba Aghamohammadi) (Note: Moji will not be attending due to needed surgery.)
Organizer of the gathering; Iranian-American reformist Muslim Sufi “monk”; bilingual poet and writer; academic with professional and clinical backgrounds in psychology and cultural studies; peace and social justice advocate whose projects have been endorsed by Noam Chomsky and Cornel West. See

The event is co-hosted by the Boulder Veterans for Peace and the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center in Boulder.

Parking and Directions: There is paid parking at CU Lot #380 just east of Macky Auditorium.


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