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PeaceVoice, then a history of civil rights on March 17 at 9am on Peace & Justice

Written by on Sunday, March 14, 2021

This Wednesday, March 17 at 9am, we’ll visit with Bob Koehler. Bob contributes to his own website Common Wonders and to PeaceVoice. PeaceVoice is “dedicated to changing U.S. national conversation about the possibilities of peace and justice and the inadvisability of war and injustice. We believe that nonviolent conflict transformation from destructive to constructive —peace and justice by peaceable means—can help shape public discourse and thus, ultimately, public policy.”

Our second guest will be Pam Horowitz. Pam is the widow of the great civil rights leader Julian Bond. We’ll talk about his book A Time to Teach.

“There was no better teacher of the civil rights movement than Julian Bond. There is no better book for learning the civil rights movement than Julian Bond’s Time to Teach. Bond’s window into his movement will always be with us. His lessons for our movement will always be with us. An utterly invaluable resource.”
—Ibram X. Kendi, National Book Award–winning author of Stamped from the Beginning