In an Iraqi mall on Valentine’s Day, shoppers were treated to a unique sight. Twenty-eight young people wearing traditional dress from the many cultures in the country congregated to sing, ... read more about Iraqi youth work to build culture of peace with support of CJP, alumni and Iraqi al-Amani Association
Women casting off their bonnets, pushing at the margins of traditional behavior, moving away from their faith communities and into different cultures, writing and speaking of what they were told ... read more about ‘Crossing the Line’ Anabaptist women’s history conference attracts scholars, artists and boundary-crossers
How does a congregation or organization move “beyond hospitality to inclusion”? Professor David Brubaker has consulted on organizational development and conflict transformation in the U.S. and in a dozen other ... read more about David Brubaker: How does an organization move ‘beyond hospitality to inclusion’?
Willi Perez '05 is the head of SEMILLA, the Latin American Mennonite seminary based in Guatemala City, which is committed to spreading Christ’s message of peace, love and reconciliation throughout a region still beset by violence. ... read more about Guatemalan seminary leader Willi Perez ’05 knows Jesus heals from Mennonite World Review
While the bottom line is indeed important to Paul Gabb, he is drawn more to the people who contribute to a business’s success. Now, thanks to Eastern Mennonite University’s MA ... read more about Gain skills and perspectives to transform your world in EMU’s organizational leadership programs
Everyone leaves loved ones behind to come to the Summer Peacebuilding Institute at Eastern Mennonite University. However, gender-focused interfaith peacebuilder Theresa “Tessy” Gusim-Ndasule left an especially curious six-year-old son back ... read more about Winston Fellow Tessy Gusim-Ndasule seeks to build peace among Nigerian women of faith
White Ally 4.0 is a skills-based workshop to gain effective tools for honest conversations about race with white friends, relatives and neighbors. ... read more about SPI instructor David Campt brings ‘white ally’ workshop to Harrisonburg from WMRA/NPR
Promising that yes, he would eventually sing “Puff the Magic Dragon,” legendary folk singer and activist Peter Yarrow – formerly of the group Peter, Paul and Mary – gave an impromptu ... read more about Harmonizing amidst hostility: Musician Peter Yarrow and talented experts teach conflict transformation processes