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Gandhi Global Center for Peace: “Emergency Action: Artists Against the War – rally at Rabin Square, Tel Aviv, Tue. July 22, 2014″

War is bad. We didn’t come into this world to kill one another. We believe that civic and political equality should reign from the Mediterranean to the Jordan river. We believe in the shared and beautiful life of jews and arabs, Israelis and Palestinians, we believe that there is a peaceful solution to the terrible […]

Gandhi Global Center for Peace: +Plus Light Campaign

“Just Add Light” + LIGHT In our hearts, minds, faiths, lives… With our families, communities, villages, cities and countries. For the people, the animals, the Earth and all its inhabitants:   We embrace love… God’s light… And, we commit to spreading it around the world and into the earth. Mind. Body. Spirit. People. Planet. + Light. DIRECTIONS: Every day cleanse our […]

Education, Arts & Culture: “City of Chattanooga/State of the City 2007″

From the archives… Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space blog Wednesday, April 25, 2007 City of Chattanooga/State of the City 2007 I have a correspondent who sends me articles from time to time about Chattanooga, Tennessee. This piece, “City of Chattanooga/ State of the City 2007,” from the Chattanooga Times Free Press (the newspaper owned by the […]

Gandhi Center for Peace: “Take action: Protests around the world respond to assault on Palestine”

(Samidoun) Protests are being organized in cities around the world to respond to the ongoing assault on Palestine and the Palestinian people, including the murders of Palestinians (including 16-year-old Muhammad Abu Khdeir, murdered brutally by Israeli settlers), the bombing of Gaza, the mass arrests of over 600, and the raids, attacks, tear-gassing, invasions and closure […]

Education, Arts & Culture: “Connecting the Dots in Chattanooga”

From the archives… Chattanooga Magazine Summer 2006 Recent Summit on the Impact of the Arts on Social Issues Fuels Ideas for Change, Creates Opportunities for Community Networking It could be said that Chattanooga’s renaissance has been an outgrowth of artistic vision on the part of both the city’s leaders and its citizens. From skyline to streetscapes, from […]