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Recent Live Streams

Peace and Justice Conversations: Judith LeBlanc: The Peace Movement and Native Communities

Join Judith for a discussion of the intersections and synergies of the traditional peace movement and the tribal nations and Native communities. How can the peace movement be in relationship with Native communities in the common struggle for a healthy and peaceful future for future generations?

Iranian Nonviolence: Talking about Dignity and Peace-building

Join the Iranian Nonviolence Initiative and its founder, Moji Agha (along with Iranians actively engaged in nonviolent struggle inside Iran–on Clubhouse) in a bilingual English-Persian conversation with New Hampshire Peace Action’s Amy Antonucci and Will Hopkins about what is happening currently in Iran, focusing on the importance of dignity in peace-building. We will discuss the critical role nonviolence is playing in the struggle in Iran (especially among the youth), and the ways Americans and Iranians can work together to ensure a peaceful future for both of our nations.

Spirituality of Peacebuilding: Compassionate Listening in Alabama

Join award winning author and photographer Becky Field, Dr Joel Berman, and Rev David Grishaw-Jones for a discussion of their recent trip compassionately listening to people on both sides of the struggle for racial justice in Alabama.

Peace & Justice Conversations: Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson- Path to Peace with Ukraine

One year into the Russian invasion of Ukraine, join retired Colonel and former Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell Lawrence Wilkerson for a discussion of the current state of affairs in Ukraine, and the ways the US policy can help work toward a peaceful future.

Col. (ret.) Lawrence Wilkerson’s last positions in government were as Secretary of State Colin

Powell’s Chief of Staff (2002-05), Associate Director of the State Department’s Policy Planning staff under the directorship of Ambassador Richard N. Haass, and member of that staff responsible for East Asia and the Pacific, political-military and legislative affairs (2001-02). Before serving at the State Department, Wilkerson served 31 years in the U.S. Army. During that time, he was a member of the faculty of the U.S. Naval War College (1987 to 1989), Special Assistant to General Powell when he was Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (1989-93), and Director and Deputy Director of the U.S. Marine Corps War College at Quantico, Virginia (1993-97). Wilkerson retired in 1997 and began work as an advisor to General Powell. He has also taught national security affairs at the George Washington University and the College of William & Mary. He is currently a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft and co-founder of the All-Volunteer Force Forum.

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