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We will be showing four short documentary films about our communities. They were created this year by area high school students to examine and address some of the urgent issues of our time. Some of the film makers will be on hand to discuss their projects.
Richard Cohen, president of the Southern Poverty Law Center, will speak to the Salisbury Forum on the 18th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. It was the worst act of terrorism carried out by hate group fanatics in The United States until the Twin Towers attacks in 2001. Read More
Like its predecessors, An Inconvenient Truth, Food Inc. and Waiting For Superman, Last Call At The Oasis is an emotionally involving portrait of the looming crisis surrounding water. Read More
Mark Bittman, whose “Minimalist” column ran in the Dining section of the New York Times for more than 13 years, is an Opinion columnist as well as the lead food writer for The Magazine.Bittman has been urging Americans to change the way we eat for 30 years. Read More
Our attention is focused on the election November 6th, whether there will be a change in government and, if so, what changes that would mean. Two days later the Chinese Communist Party Congress will meet for its once in a decade change of leadership. Factional infighting is marking this political transition. What changes are made in Beijing are also very important for us. Read More
Chaos reigns. Confusion abounds. Information overload how can I cope? It isn’t the theme of a new Woody Allen movie. It is the real life world in which we all have to make choices about what we buy, how we dress and what information we really need to know. It is also the specialty of our next Forum speaker and author of The Art of Choosing. Read More