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Watch System Change, Not Climate Change, a report home from the 2017 World Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany.

Overcoming the harm of war

By H. PATRICIA HYNES Sunday, February 18, 2018 How do you know when you have begun healing from the trauma of war?  For Lou, it was two months ago when he no longer “needed” to carry a gun.  We first met at the Greenfield Y where exercise is the medicine that launched his journey to […]

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Discarding waste around globe

My nephew, an Army veteran who spent most of his 20-plus years military service as an officer in South Korea, is now a civilian military contractor living on a base in Afghanistan. Our only conversation about U.S. military pollution in South Korea was something of a non-starter. These two Asian countries, so disparate in development, […]

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WLOE / Traprock Cooperation, 2017

In 2017 the Traprock Center for Peace & Justice continued its sponsorship of the Women & Life on Earth internet project. We worked closely on projects ranging from responses to current events – and threats of war – through statements in local media, to major research during an international trip to Germany in November 2017. […]

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Cangleska Wakan – The Sacred Hoop

“The old ones say… we have a choice to make good or to do something that you know is not right.  Everything good or bad makes that complete circle.  If you’ve done wrong, it will come back to you twice.  If you do good, it will come back to you twice.” Chief Arvol Looking Horse

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A Prize That Matters

The recent awarding of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, Norway, made news in many countries, if not our own. It is awarded each year on Dec. 10, the day the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948. In elegant surroundings, 1,000 invited guests applauded as […]

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Soldiers of Peace

Author and prominent peace educator Paul Chappell observed that he had 12 years of math through calculus II, and yet uses only a fraction of his math skills in daily life. He graduated from high school, however, illiterate in peace, literacy he desperately needed and has dedicated his life to cultivating, disseminating and incorporating into […]

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