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Peace Forum is a weekly lunch and speaker series focusing on diverse peace and justice topics. The Bethany Theological Seminary, Earlham School of Religion, Earlham College and Richmond communities join together each week over a free, delicious lunch and rich conversation. We gather from 12-1pm every Thursday in the Earlham School of Religion Dining Room (228 College Avenue). All are welcome!
How is there a free lunch? We are grateful for a grant that covers many of our expenses from the John Baker Fund. Moreover, we all work together to provide devotions, lunch and clean-up. We also welcome donations! Contact Audrey Hollenberg-Duffey to add your name to the volunteer list.
Live Webcasts and Recordings:
Not on campus? Just log in as a Guest to the
Peace Forum webcast to participate live over the internet!
For those who cannot attend in person, Peace Forum presentations are being webcast, so those at a distance can participate live as it happens. Additionally, these webcasts are being recorded, so most presentations can be viewed later.
- To participating live, simply follow the link above and login as a Guest.
- To access the current semester's sessions, visit Current Semester Peace Forum Sessions.
- To access recordings of dozens of our previous sessions, visit our streaming video archive page of previous Peace Forum presentations.
Peace Forum Spring 2013 Schedule:
January 31- Anne Marie Roderick on Interfaith
February 7- Monica Rice and Becky McKimmy on Knitting for Peace
February 14- Glenn Brumbaugh on Modern Day Palestine
February 21- David Carlson from Shoulder to Shoulder
February 28- David Radcliff from New Community Project
March 7- Ruthann Johansen on Peace and Literature
March 14- Angelina Carpenter on Highlander Research and Education Center
March 21- Terry Hauger and Jackie Speicher on Disability Awareness Month
March 28- No Peace Forum
April 4- Bill Scheurer from On Earth Peace
April 11- Kirsten Leloudis and Mason George from Miller Farm
April 18- Dean Johnson "We Have not been Moved: Resisting Racism and Militarism in 21st Century America"
April 25- Nate Hosler on Drone Warfare
May 2- Jenny Kiffmeyer on Storytelling
The complete Fall 2012 season is now available for viewing on the Previous Peace Forum Page!
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