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Barry Weisberg is an activist, lecturer, teacher and scholar based in the United States who has been recognized in the International Whose Who.  He was a leader in the 1960’s Civil Rights Movement, the opposition to the US War in Indochina, the first US workers strike for health and safety, and the movement to safeguard the environment. He is credited with originating the concept of Ecocide and pioneering the recent concern for megacities.  Currently, he is the Global Cities Commentator for  Chicago Public Radio in Hong Kong. He is considered one of the world’s leading authorities on global violence and peace building. Weisberg has traveled to nearly half the countries of the world and was first invited to China in 1971.

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