A retired, public sector, ethics attorney and social change organizer, Bruce Berlin earned his B.A. in government from Cornell University and his J.D. from NYU School of Law. He has devoted himself to social justice issues for almost 50 years. Berlin is the founder and former executive director of The Trinity Forum for International Security and Conflict Resolution, a nonprofit organization that brought together policymakers, academicians, NGO organizers, and concerned citizens from a wide spectrum of political perspectives, to develop broad-based, bipartisan approaches to a variety of policy issues from national security in the nuclear age to economic development and diversification. In 1988, Berlin was awarded a Jennings Randolph Peace Fellowship from the United States Institute of Peace to bring together parties in the Nicaraguan conflict to explore paths to a peace agreement. During his career, Berlin has been involved in a number of local, state, and national political campaigns. In the early 1980s, as the state coordinator of the New Mexico Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign, he directed a successful statewide effort to lobby the New Mexico legislature for the passage of a resolution in support of a US-Soviet freeze on the development and deployment of nuclear weapons. Berlin resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico. See more info at: www.breakingbigmoneysgrip.com
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