Walter Wink, thank you for writing your short autobiography, Just Jesus, before you died. When I saw the book on Linda Kelly’s desk at the FOR headquarters, I gravitated right towards it. I was interested in meeting you in person, even if it had to be through the written word.
Beaver Creek ambles through the arid Arizona land revealing a spreading community of stone-beings that make the waters dance and sing as they roll and tumble on their endless journey.
In the spring of 1988, I somewhat belatedly became involved in the anti-apartheid movement. I had worked for the American Friends Service Committee (Quakers) in Rhode Island for 16 years on peace and justice issues. My position was slated to be terminated at the end of September and I was graciously told that I was free to spend my remaining staff time on the work of my choice.
Eileen Babbitt and Ellen Lutz have made an important contribution to the Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution series. As they point out:
The Egyptian court has just handed down one of the most grotesque sentences in Egyptian history, condemning 529 people to death in one fell swoop. The U.S. State Department said it was “shocked” and that the verdict defies logic.
This is an open letter to leaders and groups in the religious community in the United States inviting your participation to expand a campaign currently being mounted to divest from fossil fuel companies to also include the nuclear power industry as well. [Ed.
Please celebrate with us the news that the Fellowship of Reconciliation’s Lucas Johnson has been named International Coordinator of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR)!
Whole Women Healing (WWH), an affiliate of the Fellowship of Reconcilation, has re-awakened. Our mission, to facilitate healing and empowerment of women for a more peaceful world, has been restored to active duty!
A few days ago, I wrote you to outline the Fellowship of Reconciliation’s plan this year to embrace a U.S.-based strategy for nonviolent s