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News stories tagged with "peacemaking"

People: Bishop Arthur Walmsley—a Christian Response to Violence

Brian Mann talks with a leading policymaker in the Episcopal church about the Christian response to September 11 and violence in the Middle East.  Go to full article

NY Greens Speak Out Against US Anti-Terrorism Policies

Since September 11, criticism of US government policy has been muted, as many Americans and New Yorkers want to support their elected leaders in a time of crisis. One group that is still speaking out and questioning US policies regarding terrorism in New York State's Green Party. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

SUNY Plattsburgh Holds Disaster Teach-In

A teach-in is scheduled for 1 pm at Plattsburgh State, allowing students and teachers and the greater Plattsburgh community a chance to discuss and learn about the potential local, national and global impacts of last week's national catastrophes. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article
More than 100 St. Lawrence University students and faculty gathered Thursday afternoon for a "Peace Circle" on campus.
More than 100 St. Lawrence University students and faculty gathered Thursday afternoon for a "Peace Circle" on campus.

Students Respond to the Terrorist Attacks

Todd Moe visited St. Lawrence University and SUNY Potsdam to see how student communities were coping with and responding to the terrrorist attacks. St. Lawrence University students formed a peace circle. SUNY Potsdam has organized seminars, and students have have staffed a table in the Student Center since Tuesday afternoon to raise money for victims' families.  Go to full article

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