See the post below for some great photos of a great evening, The Peace Party 2017.
13 Day hiking and biking field adventure to Dong Nai Biosphere Reserve in Southern Vietnam. February 22, 2018 to March 9, 2018. Can educational nature tourism be a positive force for conservation? If so, under what circumstances? That’s what … Continue reading
Dear friends I am pleased today to share a dialogue with Natalia Ariza Ramírez, a Hubert Humphrey Program Fellow, linked to the University of Montana, who has served in various positions in the Colombian State, and was recently Vice Minister … Continue reading
Dear friends, Pete Seeger tells us that participation is what will save the human race. It is also what keep organizations like the JRPC thriving and growing. The Peace Center is a community resource. The more engaged and involved you are, the more … Continue reading
Dear friends, I had the humbling honor of talking to a room of Thai professionals at the Mahidol University Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies who know firsthand the challenges and rewards of working for peace. The school itself … Continue reading
Dear peace community, Arming the Left (Independent May 18-25) starts with so many hypotheticals of armed inhuman Nazis shooting into crowds of pacifist demonstrators. After spinning this dystopian tale Michael Siebert writes “Let’s say you’re black or Jewish or” fill … Continue reading