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Why Do We Bother?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by DoPeace Admin Jul 23, 2011.

What Did You Do For the International Day of Peace?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by lauren ottewill Oct 4, 2009.

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In which state do you live? (Please provide the full spelling, not the state abbreviation.)
Maryland
What first attracted you to peace activism?
Born & raised in California - it's in my blood.

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At 3:36pm on November 4, 2011, Mimi Lenox said…

Ted,

I would like to thank you for hosting our event on your website today. BlogBlast4Peace is happening right now. People all over the world are blogging for peace as we speak. We appreciate having a platform here.

Wishing you much continued success with your work here.

Mimi Lenox

At 5:47pm on August 31, 2010, Marek Zielinski said…
"When Dollars Call for Change"
There is an answer to the Call for Change:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDJ18m6KUW4

Imagining a World Without Money? Are you?
At 11:00am on April 4, 2010, colleen mills said…
Hi Ted,
Thanks for the suggestion. I tried to add our Michigan logo. Do you have to approve it before it gets posted? Help!
Thanks & Peace, Colleen in Michigan.
PS: Any help you can give to promote the Midwest Regional Department of Peace Conference would be appreciated!
At 12:24pm on February 12, 2010, Wendy Greene said…
Thanks for my gift, honey! xo
At 1:19pm on November 26, 2009, DoPeace Admin gave Ted Nunn a gift
At 9:07pm on October 8, 2009, Giovanna Farnum said…
oh!! how that picture got there?? that is not me.........LOL
At 9:07pm on October 8, 2009, Giovanna Farnum said…
Okay, I added you as a new friend!!! I do not know how this dopeace web page works, but i will try..........
At 12:59pm on October 3, 2009, Nathanael Bassett said…
Thanks for the invite! You found the right person :)
At 10:29am on September 22, 2009, Betty F. Cooper said…
A reply to Brenda's question (Aug. 25) to you Ted.
I found Colman McCarthy book, "I'd Rather Teach Peace," led me to his "free curriculum," that I used this summer. Download for free the online readings at >www. salsa.net/peace/conv> From there I moved into the resources that met me need.
At 4:33pm on August 25, 2009, Sr. Brenda Walsh said…
Ted, are you aware of a good peace curriculum/textbook for high school students. I would appreciate your opinion on this. We could encourage high school students to make it part of their studies. Sister Brenda Walsh

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Anti-violence program at UMBC

I heard about this interesting program for violence reduction at the UMBC graduation ceremony yesterday. It's encouraging to see descriptions such as "cultural shift" and "making violence less sustainable". Check out more details at:http://umbc.edu/rvap/greendot/Have…See More
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Anti-violence program at UMBC

I heard about this interesting program for violence reduction at the UMBC graduation ceremony yesterday. It's encouraging to see descriptions such as "cultural shift" and "making violence less sustainable". Check out more details at:http://umbc.edu/rvap/greendot/Have…See More
May 24, 2013
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U.S. Spends $2.16 Trillion Annually on "Violence Containment Industry"

From Bob Baskin @ The Peace Alliance, 10/10/12... “By defining a new industry as the ‘Violence Containment Industry,’ it is now possible to aggregate all expenditures related to the containment or consequences of violence. Our research indicates that when measured as a percentage of GDP this industry has expanded by 25% in the past ten years.” - Steve Killelea, Executive Chairman of IEPThe Institute of Economics and Peace (IEP) recently released a…See More
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U.S. Spends $2.16 Trillion Annually on "Violence Containment Industry"

From Bob Baskin @ The Peace Alliance, 10/10/12... “By defining a new industry as the ‘Violence Containment Industry,’ it is now possible to aggregate all expenditures related to the containment or consequences of violence. Our research indicates that when measured as a percentage of GDP this industry has expanded by 25% in the past ten years.” - Steve Killelea, Executive Chairman of IEPThe Institute of Economics and Peace (IEP) recently released a…See More
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Michael Moore Goes to Norway & Visits a Prison of the Future

"Totally Awesome!  I love everything about this story!!  Thanks SO MUCH for Sharing!!"
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Michael Moore Goes to Norway & Visits a Prison of the Future

"Wow, a piece of reality that is mind-boggling.  Thanks for this video Michael."
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Lynne M. Harrington-Crick commented on the blog post 'National Task Force on Children Exposed to Violence'
"Speaking of violence children are exposed to, I just received in my email from Natural News (Mike Adams) a special report that everyone should know about.  I copied it below so that everyone can read it.  These kinds of things need to have…"
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National Task Force on Children Exposed to Violence

I was browsing Google for news on "violence" today (something I have not done in quite some time) and came across this post from Robert Listenbee Jr., of the Defender Association of Philadphia. Mr. Listenbee writes about the ever-present issue of violence in our inner cities and the impact that violence has on children.Rather than just being another in an endless stream of…See More
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terica luxton commented on the blog post 'Growing Food Instead of Gangs in California'
"sweet thanks for sharing"
Jan 10, 2012
Caroline L. Nunn commented on the blog post 'Growing Food Instead of Gangs in California'
"California gets things right once in a while.  Good food and healthy youths!! It doesn't get much better than that!  Thanks for the info Ted. "
Nov 21, 2011
Denise Janssen Eager commented on the blog post 'Growing Food Instead of Gangs in California'
"This is a great way for kids to be part of a meaningful community while being actively involved with peace instead of violence.  I hope other communities take note.  Thank you for posting it. In solidarity of peace, Denise"
Nov 21, 2011
Patricia Simon commented on the blog post 'Growing Food Instead of Gangs in California'
"Thanks for bringing attention to this transforming work! Jimenez's  peacebuilding program with youth should be headlined in newspapers,  nationally,  and could become one of the many domestic projects coordinated by a U.S.…"
Nov 21, 2011
Wendy Greene commented on the blog post 'Growing Food Instead of Gangs in California'
"So many good people doing good work. Thanks for the reminder!"
Nov 20, 2011

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I heard about this interesting program for violence reduction at the UMBC graduation ceremony yesterday. It's encouraging to see descriptions such as "cultural shift" and "making violence less sustainable". Check out more details at:…

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Posted on May 24, 2013 at 10:30pm

U.S. Spends $2.16 Trillion Annually on "Violence Containment Industry"

From Bob Baskin @ The Peace Alliance, 10/10/12...

 

By defining a new industry as the ‘Violence Containment Industry,’ it is now possible to aggregate all expenditures related to the containment or consequences of violence. Our research indicates that when measured as a percentage of GDP this industry has expanded by 25% in the past ten years.

- Steve Killelea
, Executive Chairman of IEP…

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Posted on October 10, 2012 at 11:33am

Department of Defense as a "Jobs Program"?

Watchdog Yaël Ossowski offers an interesting take on the topic:

http://watchdog.org/45968/military-industrial-congressional-complex/

 

 

Posted on August 5, 2012 at 8:12pm

National Task Force on Children Exposed to Violence

I was browsing Google for news on "violence" today (something I have not done in quite some time) and came across this post from Robert Listenbee Jr., of the Defender Association of Philadphia. Mr. Listenbee writes about the ever-present issue of violence in our inner cities and the impact that violence has on children.

Rather than just being another in an endless…

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Posted on April 22, 2012 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

Growing Food Instead of Gangs in California

I thought I'd share an uplifting article that came through the internets this week. Creative, thoughtful, caring people have come up with an alternative to gang membership that benefits youth and the surrounding community by getting at-risk youth into agriculture.  …

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Posted on November 20, 2011 at 7:30pm — 6 Comments

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