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The Challenge of Building Cultures of Peace, Based on Holistic, Evolving Aspects of Peac, Nonviolence , & Community Peace wheels

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In this presentation Linda will give an overview of material for a forthcoming book by the same name. The book and the presentation talk about visions and goals for creating a more peaceful society and world, and non-violent means for creating this social–political change, including community peace wheels. She will present findings from a peacebuilding process in Los Angeles/Southern California, which brought together different sectors of the local community to engage with a twelve-sector community peace wheel. Events included: a Peace Convergence process; a monthly Culture of Peace Educational Series; a Culture of Peace Recognition Celebration; an edited book; and important peace awards, declarations, and actions.

This talk is part of the Education, Equality and Development (EED) Group Seminars series.

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