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Peace: A Jovial Concept

Peace: A Jovial Concept

by Melissa McGowan How a film inspired the birth of an organization in Colorado which is empowering people at home, across the country and around the world.  The word jovial brings to mind joy, happiness, and bliss. For Kristina Welch, it is much more than just a word....

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Long Lasting Peace on V-Day!

Long Lasting Peace on V-Day!

Jennifer Castaneda is the author of the forthcoming book, "Bold Love For The Independent Woman." She is the owner of Ms. Match, empowering divorced women who are ready to take bold action to break the cycle and find true love. Her biggest love is to lead strong women and answer...

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The Nuts and Bolts of Making Peace Possible

The Nuts and Bolts of Making Peace Possible

GlobalOPS is the world’s first fully global, online and on-site platform to provide missions, organizations, agencies, governments, practitioners, and policy makers with direct, customized, real-time support for peacebuilding, conflict transformation, prevention of armed...

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Mediation in Schools: A Response to New Federal Priorities

Mediation in Schools: A Response to New Federal Priorities

Guest Contributor Matt Johnson discusses the benefits of mediation and conflict resolution in schools.  It is laudable that US Education Secretary Arne Duncan and Attorney General Eric Holder — despite their shortcomings in other areas — are denouncing school suspensions...

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Peace is Intercourse

Peace is Intercourse

Guest Contributors Libby and Len Traubman discuss their vision for interconnectedness and how they've applied it in practice through dialogues in Nigeria and around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.  Ecstasy is In It is our faith and experience after 46 years of marriage and...

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Progress in Ohio Despite the Government Shut Down

Progress in Ohio Despite the Government Shut Down

Guest Contributor Nathan Lawrence looks at how Republicans and Democrats work together in Ohio, including on issues like health care, despite the difficulties of the parties to work together at the federal level.  Ohio has long been one of the political battle ground states....

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Greece and the Neo-Nazis

Greece and the Neo-Nazis

Guest Contributor Vasilis Migkos offers an in-depth analysis of Greece’s Golden Dawn neo-Nazi party and how to make them less appealing to Greek society. Everything started a very long time ago in Greece. Back to 1940’s at the period that Greece was violently invaded and...

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Why I admire Chelsea (formerly known as Bradley) Manning

Why I admire Chelsea (formerly known as Bradley) Manning

Guest Contributor Matthew Johnson writes about being true to oneself, one's ideals and to the ideals of democracy.    Chelsea Manning, formerly known as Bradley Manning, took on arguably the most powerful institution in the world — namely the United States Military —...

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Six boys, one cop, and the road to restorative justice

Six boys, one cop, and the road to restorative justice

With US Attorney-General Eric Holder announcing plans to curb mass incarceration, could restorative justice transform America’s prison-industrial complex? by Molly Rowan Leach It’s a warm summer night in Longmont, Colorado, a vibrant midsized city in the Rocky...

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Serenity by Sergio Parreiras

Serenity by Sergio Parreiras

Sergio L. Parreiras was born in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and immigrated to the United States in the late 80´s. He has worked as a social activist and advocate for Brazilian immigrants in Florida. He now lives in Stockholm, Sweden, where he completed a master degree in Latin...

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