Welcome to the Peace Forum Webcast Vault!
Here you will find all the available previous recordings from Peace Forum.
Fall 2013 Peace Forum Sessions: (return to top)
Sept. 5- Introduction to Peace Forum- The Peace Forum Committee
Sept. 12- Stories from Palestine- Jen Scarr
Sept. 19- Peace Tax Fund- Lonnie Valentine
Sept. 26- Muslims for Peace- Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Dayton
Oct. 3- Peace and Trauma Work in Africa- David Niyonzima
Oct. 24- Human Trafficking in Nepal- Sophie Ottoni-Wilhelm
Oct. 31- Peace and Music- Bittersweet Gospel Band
Nov. 7- Travel, Tourism, and Ethics- Ben Brazil
Nov. 14- Resisting the Draft- Enten Eller
Nov, 21- 3000 Miles for Peace- Bob Gross
Spring 2013 Peace Forum Sessions: (return to top)
Jan. 31: Ann Marie Roderick and Alana Kinarsky from Interfaith Youth Core
Feb. 7: Monica Rice and Becky McKimmy: Crafty Peace
Feb. 14: Glenn Brumbaugh:Palestine II
Feb. 21: Dr. David Carlson:Shoulder to Shoulder
Feb. 28: David Radcliff from New Community Project
Mar. 7: Ruthann Knechel Johansen on Peace and Literature
Mar. 14: Angelina Carpenter- "Facing Down Racism in East Tennessee"
Mar. 21: Terry Hauger, Jackie Speicher, and Ann Barnhart on Disability Awareness Month
April 4: Bill Schuerer from On Earth Peace
Apr. 11: Kirsten Leloudis and Mason George from Miller Farm
Apr. 18: Dean Johnson- "We Have not been Moved: Resisting Racism and Militarism in 21st Century America"
Fall 2012 Peace Forum Sessions: (return to top)
Aug. 30: Peace Forum Committee: Introduction to Peace Forum
Sept. 6: Rick Polhamus- Whose Story Is It?
Sept. 13: Susan Issacs- The Wayne Township Trustee
Sept. 20: Dylan Haro- A Summer I Will Never Forget
Sept. 27: Dawn Ottoni-Wilhelm- Preaching Peace and Justice Among Us
Oct. 6: Glenn Brumbaugh- Palestine- Then and Now
Oct. 18: Craig Goodworth- The Phoenix Project
Oct. 25: Sharlene George- New Socks
Nov. 1: Carol Hunter- Woman and Politics: What's Going On?
Nov. 8: Judi Hetrick- Revisioning the News: Peace and Journalism Part 1
Nov. 15: Earlham College Peace Journalism Class- Revisioning the News: Peace and Journalism Part 2
Nov. 29: Dan Ulrich's Gospel of Peace Class - A Biblical Theology of Peacemaking
Spring 2012 Peace Forum Sessions: (return to top)
Jan. 26: Peace Forum Committee: Hunger Banquet
Feb. 2: Laura Arendt - Open Arms Ministries
Feb.9: Abbey Pratt-Harrington and Erin Hougland - Japan Today
Feb. 16: Jerry Bowen - Tikkun Olam
Feb. 23: Jordan Blevins - Just Peace and the Church of the Brethren
Mar. 1: James Taylor - Prison Ministry at the Peace Learning Center
Mar. 8: Vivian Finnell - Not to Believers Like Us (N2BLU): Domestic Violence
March 15: No Peace Forum - Spring Break
Mar. 22: Kurt Ritchie - Sustainable Healthcare
Mar. 29: Anna Woofenden and Matt Gross - Bread for the World
Apr. 5: Steve Cleaver- Take Back the Night: Stories of Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse
(Due this program's personal content, a webcast is not available)
Apr. 12: Jeff Myers- The Way of Love, The Way of the Cross: A.J. Muste's Theology of Pacifism
Apr. 19: Bob Hunter- Dominionism
Apr. 26: Steve Angell, Ruth Neff, and Sam Neff- Iran
Fall 2011 Peace Forum Sessions: (return to top)
Sept. 15: Erin Hougland and Josh Abel- Not-For-Profit Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic: Providing Free Legal Services to those in Need
Sept. 22: Scott Holland - Just Peace: Reflections from the International Ecumenical Peace Convocation
Sept. 29: John Muhanji- Peacebuilding: The Quaker Opportunities in the Horn of Africa
Oct. 6: Christopher Sammond- We are Called to be Faithful, Not Effective, But...
Oct. 13: No Peace Forum- Fall Break
Oct. 20: ESR Faculty- Stories from Kenya/Rwanda
Oct. 27: Jon Watts- The Burden of Vision: Carrying a Call to Peace in a Non-Peaceful Society
(no webcast available)
Nov. 3: David Johns- Liberation Theology
Nov. 10: Deanna Brown- Cultural Connections: Women Weaving Worlds
Nov. 17: Silas Wanjala- Hope for Africa: The Gospel Message of Nonviolence
Dec. 1: Jenny Kiffmeyer and Faith Woodside- Hungry for Justice, Thirsty for Forgiveness: Stories of Peace
Spring 2011 Peace Forum Sessions: (return to top)
Jan. 27: Kristy Shellenberger - Coming Around to the Goddess: A Personal Journey of Transformation and Discovery
Feb. 3: Marcia Smith-Woods- Healing Touch Spiritual Ministries Energy Work: A Hands-On, Prayerful Form of Becoming Open to God's Healing Inner Peace and Light
(Presenter could not attend due to ice storm....)
Feb. 17: Dean Johnson – White Privilege and Racism: The Narratives and Everyday Praxis of White Christians
Feb. 24: Sharon Rab – Honoring Literature that Makes for Peace
Mar. 3: Global Women’s Project – Giving Birth to a New World
Mar. 31: Allan Kauffman - Civic engagement: The good, the bad and the ugly
Apr. 7: Sally Hutton - Civic engagement with the Mayor of Richmond
Apr. 14: City Council Candidates
Apr. 21: Mayoral Candidates
Apr. 28: Steve Olshewsky - Working for a Peace Tax Fund
Fall 2010 Peace Forum Sessions: (return to top)
Aug. 26: Welcome back! Introductions: "What is Peace Forum?"
Sept. 2: Adrienne Lowe, ESR grad, "From the Full Plate to the Wide World: Engaging Young Adults with Interfaith Hospitality"
Sept. 9: Rachel Stacy, ESR student and EC alum, "Re-imagining Socially Constructed Myths to Facilitate Inter-Religious Dialogue."
Sept. 16: Daniel Hunter, EC alum and Trainer at Training for Change, "There Is No Safe Space: Diversity and Privilege."
Sept. 23: Rick Polhamus, On Earth Peace and Christian Peacemaker Teams, The Foolish Path of Peace.
Sept. 30: David Young, founder of Capstone, Rebuilding Homes and Hearts in New Orleans
Oct. 7: Welling Hall, Politics Professor at Earlham College, Working for Peace on Capitol Hill.
Oct. 14: Roland Kreager and Cindi Goslee of Right Sharing of World Resources, Sustainable Community Development, Right Sharing of World Resources.
October 21: Break, No Peace Forum
Oct. 28: Lindsey Frye, Bethany student, Awakening to the Female Divine: A Way of Justice
(A power outage resulted in the loss of a minute, and the recording being divided into two parts.)
Nov. 4: Thor Hogan, Earlham Politics Professor,Tea Partiers and the Battle for Control of the Republican Party.
Nov. 11: Nick Miller Kauffman, Bethany student, A Myth to Save our Time.
Nov. 18: Rachel Gross, founder of Death Row Support Project, Radical Relationship-building with People on Death Row.
Dec. 2: Evie & Wally Shellenberger, Loving Across Religion and Politics in Iran.
Spring 2010 Peace Forum Sessions: (return to top)
Jan. 28: Denise Bullock, Professor of Sociology at Indiana University East, Sociology of Otherness
Feb. 4: Charles Watson, Professor of Philosophy, African and African American Studies and Human Development and Social Relations at Earlham College, Loving our Enemies: Philosophy of Otherness,
Feb. 11: Scott Holland, Professor of Peace Studies, Public Theology and Cross-Cultural Studies at Bethany Seminary, Radical Hospitality & Walt Whitman.
Feb. 18: David Johns, Professor of Theology at Earlham School of Religion, Theology of Otherness.
Feb. 25: David Fraccaro, Interfaith Youth Core Outreach and Education Trainer, Welcoming the Stranger Initiative, Immigration, Religious Pluralism and Otherness.
Mar. 4: Cliff Kindy, Christian Peacemaker Teams  member and farmer, Dehumanization and Illegal Detention of Arab and Arab Americans
Mar. 11: Nick Miller Kauffman, Bethany student and Christian Peacemaker Teams delegation member & Michael Jackson, Professor of Psychology at Earlham College, Breaking the Silence : Effects of Military Dehumanization on Israeli Soldiers
Mar. 18: Spring Break, no Peace Forum
Mar. 25: Ron Church, Director of the Human Rights Commission  and Josh Williams, Human Rights Commissioner, Local Dis/ability activism
Apr. 1: Carol Hunter Earlham Professor of History, Peace and Global Studies and African & African American Studies and Bob Hunter Multiculturalism and Justice Specialist for InterVarsity, Fannie Lou Hamer to Henry Louis Gates: Intersections of racism and classism
Apr. 8: Tom Benevento, Farmer, earth care activist and radical host , Radical Hospitality with One Another and the Earth,
Apr. 15: Ivonne Flores, Earlham senior Women's Studies major and Daryl Greene, President of Richmond's Community Council on Disability Awareness, Body, performance and dis/ability,
Apr. 22: Malinda Berry, Professor of Theology at Bethany Seminary, Beth Harrick, Director of Girls' Incorporated of Wayne County , Anti-sexism movements.
Apr. 29: Carol Wise, Director of the Brethren Mennonite Council on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Interests , Elder LGBTQ Experiences.
Fall 2009 Peace Forum Sessions: (return to top)
Sept. 3: Ruthann Johansen, President of Bethany Theological Seminary, "Peace Education at Bethany"
Sept. 10: Scott Holland, Professor of Peace Studies, Bethany Theological Seminary, "International Education and Peace"
Sept. 17: Bill Morse, Director, "Digging Up Landmines With a Stick"
Learn more about the Cambodian Landmine Relief Fund 
Sept. 24: Jerry Knutson, ESR student, "Prison Visitation and Quakers"
Oct. 1: Jana Schroeder, Bonner Scholars Program, "Prophets of Change: Advocating for a More Humane Criminal Justice System"
Oct. 8: Joy Ellison, Earlham PAGS alum, "One Hill at a Time: Supporting Palestinian Nonviolent Resistance"
Learn more about Christian Peacemaker Teams .
Oct. 15: Jay Marshall, Dean of ESR, "Made in the USA, Reassembled Abroad"
Oct. 29: Aaron Nell, Positive Alternatives Program, "Adolescents creatively engaging moral reasoning through play"
Nov. 5: Chris Buice, Unitarian Universalist pastor and ESR grad, "Recovering from Congregational Trauma"
Learn more about the shooting at the Tennessee Valley UU Church last July 
Nov. 12: Allan Winkler, Professor of Contemporary American History at U of Miami, Ohio, and biographer of Pete Seeger, "Peace, Pete Seeger, and the Power of Song"
Nov. 19: Gerald Mast, Professor of Religion at Bluffton College, "Defenseless Christianity: Theology for a Nonviolent Church"
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