June 5
Open Microphone
Your "Advice for the Class of '21"
Meeting # 3,619 - Tim Bolger and C. Jenny Walbridge will be our "Keynote Speakers" to get the discussion going

June 12
Zen and the Art of Non-Conflict
Meeting # 3,620 - 
College regular Michael Kazanjian will tell us how nation states do not have to go to war. He maintains that by military-diplomacy ergonomics, designed around soft power, will make a difference and bring about a peaceful world without hard power war. 

Soft power is defined as: civil affairs teams working local people to secure and restore social structures including education, religion, recreation, infrastructure, healthcare, transportation, government, utilities, and so on. 

Hard power is defined as: guns, bombs, combat aircraft, the traditional, conventional military but also nuclear weapons, and involves combat as a means to victory by military personnel.
June 19
Cuban Health Care 
Chicago Cuba Coalition
Meeting # 3,621 - description in development

In the news:
"Communist island nation could become the world’s smallest country to develop not just one, but multiple coronavirus vaccines."

Fifty-two Cuban doctors and medical professionals were sent to Italy to aid the country's fight against the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

June 26
Meeting # 3,622 - contact the Program Coordinator Charles Paidock if you would like to speak at (312) 842-5036, (312) 714-7790 cell, or by email to cpaidock@hotmail.com