EMU hosts Tent of Nations’ Daoud Nassar, reciprocating hospitality after years of visits to his Palestine farm

Since 1998, undergraduate, graduate and alumni groups from Eastern Mennonite University and Eastern Mennonite Seminary have made the Tent of Nations farm outside of Bethlehem a regular stop on their
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An ‘eye-opening’ conversation: Veteran civil rights attorney and SPI participants gain new perspectives during campus visit  

Civil rights attorney Ari Wilkenfeld has spent all of his professional life in the combative, confrontational world of litigation, where even settlements out of court are hard-fought battles. In a
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EMU’s peacebuilding institute invites leaders of U.S. Congress to learn more about talking sticks and circle processes

Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding has invited leaders of Congress to learn more about using talking sticks in circle processes at its Summer Peacebuilding Institute (SPI). The
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Harmonizing amidst hostility: Musician Peter Yarrow and talented experts teach conflict transformation processes

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
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Summer ’17 cross-culturals travel to the Navajo Nation, Bolivia, Spain and ‘Anabaptist Europe’

Madalynn Payne, traveling this summer with the “Radical Europe Anabaptist Roots” cross-cultural group from Eastern Mennonite University, says train travel, walking tours, independent exploration and dining in unfamiliar cultures have
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