Global Peacemaking

Uniting divided nations and peoples through multi-cultural, interreligious action that builds relationships and dismantles extremist narratives. 

The Global Peacemaking program works to heal the rifts that separate humanity across race, ethnicity, religion and international borders. Convening diverse groups at the intersection of faith and reconciliation, we are breaking barriers, shattering stereotypes and cultivating cooperation where traditional diplomacy has been frozen. More

Mon, 26 Jun 2017
blogThe Power of One; The Power of Many

Moments have a way of touching our hearts and leaving memories that turn into images. These images resurface in the most unexpected moments and take us back to the memories of the days gone by. We look at them and feel them as we do when standing in front of a beautiful painting; their features alive and filled with color. To say that... more...

Mon, 12 Jun 2017
blogPink-washing, Pride Parades and Imperialism

One of the many ways white supremacy and global US hegemony operates is through the institutionalization of a consistent narrative that purports America and “the allies” as civilizational predecessors and role models to “the others.” When a lie is told consistently over and over again, it becomes truth, or at... more...

Mon, 22 May 2017
blogPalestinian Prisoners: Hunger Strike Solidarity

On April 27th, Palestinian Prisoners’ Day, nearly 1,500 Palestinian political prisoners declared a hunger strike in Israeli prisons, demanding fair treatment and humane living conditions. Hunger strikes are often the most peaceful form of resistance available. Pain is inflicted solely on those who willingly participate and on their... more...

Mon, 8 May 2017
blogNegligence of a Cry: Rohingya

There is no greater indictment on the human species than when we turn on each other and slaughter in cold blood. And yet for all our technological advancements, scientific breakthroughs, civil-rights achievements, and individual freedoms, we still succumb to those primeval, dark, and unspeakable acts of genocide. The very fact that we... more...