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Gather at the Table, a Book on Race Relations, Takes Off Nationwide

Gather at the Table, a book about two individuals exploring their vastly different histories – one being an African-American woman descended from slavery and the other a European-American man descended from slave owners and traders – is garnering national attention, with Barnes and Noble making it one of its monthly picks and radio and T ...More

March 22 Play Explores Peace and Justice Themes

Ted & Company TheaterWorks and the Center for Justice & Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University will present “I’d Like to Buy an Enemy,” 7:30 p.m. Monday, Mar. 22 in Lehman Auditorium at EMU. Ted Swartz (l.) and Trent Wagler in a scene ...More

Saying ‘I’m Sorry’ is Just the Beginning

The legislature of Virginia is to be applauded for passing a resolution expressing its profound regret for slavery and for the exploitation of native people. As far as I know, my home state is the first state to do this. It is a courageous step: it names the wrongs in some detail, expresses regrets and looks to a better future. But regret is only the beginning. We in Virginia ...More

A Voice Of Peace

Elias Chacour, Christian-Palestinian-Israeli ambassador for peace, addresses a church leaders’ luncheon at EMU. Photo by Jim Bishop By Tom Mitchell, Dail ...More

EMU Holds ‘King Day’ Observance

Part of a group on a prayer walk that preceded Monday’s King Day chapel service carry a cross to the platform in Lehman Auditorium (Wendy Lorisme, Joe Hackman, Beth Risser, Julie Haus ...More

Iraqi Group Extends ‘Thanks’ to EMU

A group from the Summer Peacebuilding Institute that includes several Iraqi citizens plants a Southern magnolia in front of the Hillside Suites residen ...More