An excerpt from the "Nuclear Disarmament: Moving Forward" conference sponsored by Meeting of the Ways, held in San Francisco, September 23-25, 1983. Charlene Spretnak (1946 - ), author and ecofeminist, speaks about the founding ideas of the Green Party in Germany and how it influenced the nascent American Green Party. Willis Harman (1918 - 1997), social theorist and futurist, speaks about the need to rethink ideas of Western industrialism. Bill Wahpepah (1937 - 1987), American Indian activist (Kickapoo and Sauk Fox), speaks about the need to include struggling minorities in the peace movement. Moderator of the panel is not introduced. Tape ends before Wahpepah's speech concludes.
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