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[4 Nov 2013 | No Comment | ]
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The doctors worked on the girl and made sure she received appropriate medication and help, but it was too late. That night she went into a coma, and after a week she died. . . . When the mother was quizzed by the doctors she revealed what the father had been doing, that the girl had told her but she was afraid to lose her marriage.

Inside Peace X Peace »

[23 Oct 2013 | 5 Comments | ]
Travel Light!

From Patricia Smith Melton, founder, celebrating Peace X Peace as a catalyst for raising women’s voices
Dear peacebuilding friends, old and new,
Embracing the changes that have occurred since I founded Peace X Peace, I am also embracing my future in the Here Now. I have started a blog!
Titled “Traveling Light,” it gives me the opportunity to write about all the things I find intriguing, compelling, enraging, needed, hopeful, and thrilling. It will be spiritual for those of you consciously on that path, it will be irreverent for those of you who …

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[23 Oct 2013 | No Comment | ]
Peace X Peace: A Mission Fulfilled

Kim Weichel
Peace X Peace CEO 
This is a time of change for Peace X Peace (PXP).
As we look around at the peacebuilding landscape, PXP can proudly announce “Mission Fulfilled.” We feel that PXP has fulfilled its stated mission by increasing awareness of the power of women’s voices and bringing women’s wisdom to the forefront of the strategy and goals of many affiliated organizations. PXP believes its goals can be best furthered by now passing the torch to those other organizations and asking that they continue the work that PXP has started. You can …

Voices from the Frontlines »

[14 Sep 2013 | One Comment | ]
Let's Build to Build!

I can easily imagine a solution to the conflict in Syria without outside forces putting boots on the ground (contrary to Thomas Friedman). It is just a matter of peace strategy, a strategy that builds rather than destroys . . .