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Blog FOR Peace

Linda Kelly

Yesterday was Earth Day.

People all over the world honored Mother Earth with events to celebrate her beauty and life support systems, and continued to raise awareness for the critical need to protect our home. Since 1970, Earth Day has beckoned for environmental protection and FOR was there at the forefront with Alfred Hassler and the Dai Dong organization playing a significant role in...

Kristin Stoneking

Last week, FOR-USA joined a large and diverse group of Christian leaders to voice support for the framework of a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action between Iran and the P5+1 nations concerning Iran’s nuclear program.

In an open letter entitled Hope, But Verify, we told political leaders that...

Ellen Cassedy

On Yom HaShoah, the anniversary of the Warsaw ghetto uprising, we remember the Jews killed in the Holocaust. On April 16, I will remember the six million. And I will remember the afternoon I spent recently with a group of nuns — an encounter that surprised me and gave me hope.

I was standing on a street corner in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, the land of my Jewish forebears. Not far away was the site of the Great Synagogue, once the spiritual center of a flourishing Jewish community. Now it is an empty lot.

Lost in reflection about the past glories of the...

Rene Wadlow

15 April is the anniversary of the signing of the Roerich Peace Pact at the White House in Washington D.C. in 1935.  Henry A. Wallace, then the US Secretary of Agriculture and later Vice-President signed for the USA saying:

At no time has such an ideal been more needed. It is high time for the idealists who make the reality of tomorrow, to rally around such a symbol of international cultural unity...

Lucas Johnson

How much can we change on our own?

Last Spring, after years of organizing in the United States through FOR and other movements, I accepted a request to serve as the International Coordinator of the global expression of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, IFOR.

It was an honor to take this leadership role in IFOR, although a difficult decision to make as I watched demonstrations at home against the racism and...