Exploring Our Global Impact

MAY 2021

IN THE MEDIA:

“It has been heartbreaking to witness Afghanistan ripped apart by violence, fueled in part by our country’s reliance on the naïve idea that we can bring peace through war… it is with some guarded relief that I welcome the Biden administration’s commitment to withdrawing U.S. troops. I hope that this will finally make space for the Afghan people to rebuild the peaceful society that they deserve.” Kelly Campbell

These words from one of our co-founder’s were published by the New York Times last month. Kelly Campbell reacted to the new Administration’s decision to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan.

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We now offer recorded webinars exploring issues of peace, justice, reconciliation, trauma and the lessons we learned after being personally affected by 9/11. Click on any of the images below to access the recorded webinars as well as the Discussion Guides we developed for each of them.

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