TWL will focus us on exploring what more of what peace means in the rest of our lives, such as what it means to freecycle; to be a vegetarian; a locavore; a community member; to use nonviolent communication; and to clean with vinegar. And more. But first, We want to hear from you! What […]
Tony Benn, the former British Cabinet minister, longtime Parliament member and antiwar activist, has died at the age of 88.
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William Stevenson needs New York State Green Party members to circulate ballot petitions for the 2nd Congressional District (Suffolk and Nassau counties).
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“Petroleum, Poetry and Peace: The Exploration for Ecological Hope, Economic Justice and A Sense of Place” with Margie Swedish and The Peace Poets.
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This 3 1/2 page conversation between Pauling & Ikeda does not make a cogent argument against absolute pacifism.
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PeaceSmiths Topical, A-Typical, Folk Music, Poetry, and Whatever Coffeehouse Friday, October 4th at 8pm (first of the new season!) Music of peace and justice with Harmonic Insurgence with director, Gene Glickman Poetry with local Amityville poet, Lois Walker Singer/Songwriter Brian Sendrowitz of Beat Radio fame Open Mic: Maybe You? Held at: The First United Methodist […]
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South Country Peace Group will hold its 31st Annual World Peace Vigil A community dedication to peace on the 68th anniversary of the nuclear destruction of Hiroshima Tuesday, August 6, 2013 7pm Bellport, Long Island, New York Silent procession starts at 7pm from the sidewalk adjacent to Woodland Cemetary, Station Road, and Head of Neck […]
PeaceSmiths MAY Coffeehouse Friday, May 3, 2013 8pm to 11pm At the FUMC in Amityville * Singer/Songwriter John Myles * Poet Herb Wahlsteen * Musician, Guitarist, Songster Eli Maniscalco *Open Mic: Maybe you???!
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A Dialogue Between the Two Thomases On Sunday, May 5, 2013, Homecoming/Sophia Garden will present a day-long immersion into the thoughts of two great spiritual teachers: Thomas Merton OCSO and Thomas Berry, CP. For more information please contact Sr. Jeanne Clark, OP at 631-842-6000, Ext. 338 or [email protected] The dialogue will take place at the […]
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