Last week, I got to judge National History Day entries at my grandkids' elementary school. It got me thinking. A lot. Read about it here.
As a veteran of the 1960s peace and civil rights movements, I'm always glad to see a new generation aim to do us one better. Here are some initiatives being undertaken by young peacebuilders that give me hope.
We are facing yet another foreign policy crisis in our relationship with Iran. Two things happened yesterday that (re)shaped and (re)focused my thinking.
Just before Christmas, I spent a week in Oman, while attending a retreat on reconciliation. The trip taught me a lot about peacebuilding, starting with the country itself.