New Date: Celebrating the Life of David Cline and Confronting the Legacies of War:

Saturday, February 16, 2013

1:30 – 4:30 pm

Connolly’s Pub & Restaurant,
121 West 45th Street New York, NY 10036

Please click here to RSVP on our Facebook page:

The New York and New Jersey chapters of Veterans For Peace and Vietnam Veterans Against the War plan to stage a commemoration of the late David Cline the afternoon of Saturday 16 February. The theme of the commemoration is “Legacies of War.” The program will focus on lessons learned, reconciliation, dissent in the military, and the role of antiwar veterans in the movement for peace and for economic and social justice.

The organizing committee for the event is chaired by Michael T. McPhearson and Susan Schnall. For more information, and to contact the organizing committee, please visit our FaceBook page at

Event flier PDF

In Solidarity,

Sponsoring groups:

Veterans For Peace, Vietnam Agent Orange Relief & Responsibility Campaign, Vietnam Veterans Against the War, Military Families Speak Out, Iraq Veterans Against the War, Friends & Families of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade

The organizing committee

Peter Bronson, Bob Carpenter, Ben Chitty, Ken Dalton, Tom Fasy, George McAnanama, Michael T. McPhearson, Susan Schnall

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About Michael T. McPhearson

Currently Michael is executive director of Veterans For Peace and co-chair of the Don't Shoot Coalition, A Saint Louis based coalition that formed in the aftermath of Michael Brown's police killing death in Ferguson, MO. From August 2010 to September 2013, Michael worked as the National Coordinator with United For Peace and Justice. He is a former board member of Veterans For Peace and as well as Executive Director from 2005 to 2010. He works closely with the Newark based People’s Organization for Progress and the Saint Louis centered Organization for Black Struggle. Michel also publishes the expressing his views on war and peace, politics, human rights, race and other things. Michael also launched website as an effort to change the discourse and ignite a new conversation about Dr. Martin Luther King’s message and what it means to live in just and peaceful communities.