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[13 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]
Women Walk in the Woods for Peace

Elana Rozenman
Israel
“May the strength of our collective prayers help to bring joy to everyone and healing to our suffering world.”
The Women’s Interfaith Network of the United Religions Initiative (WIN URI―www.uri.org) was blessed to host a Women’s Peace Walk in California’s Muir Woods for International Women’s Day (IWD). We were joined by two Park Rangers, including Mia Monroe, the Director of the Park, and several other URI members and guests. The predicted rain did not show up, and we had a beautiful warm day to glide slowly and silently through the …

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[6 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]
<em>PeaceTimes </em> Edition 103. Peace Is Green

It’s April, the month of Earth Day, and we are proud to dedicate this issue of PeaceTimes to Mother Earth.
Like Mother Earth, we at Peace X Peace are always changing. You’ll notice a new format for this issue, designed to provoke and showcase your responses. Be sure to click to read the three feature stories and share your valuable perspectives. As we like to say, peace needs YOUR voice, and this is your place to contribute it.

Green Jobs: Women and the Birth of Earth-Care
This earth, …

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[2 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]
A Poem for Our Brothers

Marie Chantal Nimugire
Rwanda
When I read the PeaceTimes article about the Korean women I was touched, especially because it reminded me of my own painful experience during the Rwandan genocide in 1994. I know we have to end the violence. I wrote a poem about this worst behavior of our brothers, and now I have translated it from Kinyarwanda into English.I ask each woman member of Peace X Peace to give this message to a minimum of seven brothers. We need their contribution to end violence against women and girls. …