This is for people who see social justice, including financial equality, as being an important component of peace.Specific goals include the right of each person to good health care, a college education, and a secure retirement.Nonviolence and peaceful protest only, to work toward these social justice goals. See More
This group is for members who are actively involved in, or interested in, teaching non-violence, conflict resolution, and peace studies. This group is one group through which we can share materials, information about workshops, and events!
"How can I help with Nonviolent Peaceforce's work?
Plus, my computer is down a lot, it was down from 3-1-11 to 11-1-11, and it's only rented, now, for two months, so let me give my phone number: 703-239-2125, in case anyone would be willing…"
"Is there an SPA group at George Mason University? I'm planning to take their new life coaching classes, and maybe I could help, in some way. I live in Burke Centre, only a few miles from GMU, although I don't have a car, and it's a…"
"My computer was down from 3-1-11 until now. I've temporarily rented a computer for a special project, for Nov. and, if I can afford it, Dec. I'm on extended unemployment and on a really tight budget, but I still want to work for…"
"In my opinion when people don't see eye to eye on things they might as well be of different nationalities. Anything that can make people see you in a different light or on the other side of the fence make a barrier to what is really there…"
I agree. It's incredible that people could have forgotten Ghandi, but they seem to have. Although, it's also possible that there's a difference between a conflict between two nationalities, Indian and…"
"I think people have forgotten. People have no idea of anthing that really don't exist. Everything must be tangible. You know to the touch, to see, to smell . . . once upon a time poeple could make things happen just by thinking about it in…"
An unarmed, professional civilian peacekeeping force that is invited to work in conflict zones worldwide, NP works with local groups to provide a proactive presence and safe spaces for civilians and to develop local capacity to prevent violence.
From your e-mail message, my understanding is that you are located in Brooklyn (not Manhattan) (not Staten Island, which I gather is part of Manhattan) - Brooklyn being your New York City borough.
Then, in the part of Brooklyn that is…"
In which state do you live? (Please provide the full spelling, not the state abbreviation.)
What first attracted you to peace activism?
In college, at the Univ. of Md., in the early '70's, there were anti-Vietnam War demonstrations. I wore a blue peace sign T-shirt and thought that we should find better ways than fighting and war to solve our problems.
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