For those who are concerned about the increasing militarization of American foreign policy, Syria may be the central place where that is playing out today.
The families we visited at Maria Jacinta, in the countryside near San Juan de Tocagua, have all been displaced at least twice.
A member of PPF’s Activist Council, Abby brings together a sheer love of God’s creation and the concern that climate change is the greatest threat to co-existence and peace ever known.
PPF is thrilled to welcome Rev. Lora Burge and Art Hunt to the PPF staff.
With our sisters and brothers in Colombia, we lament and grieve that during the plebiscite vote on October 2, 2016 in Colombia, by a slim majority of just 50,000 votes, the country has voted “No” in its referendum on the peace process with the FARC.
Nonviolent accompaniers serve in Colombia in pairs for a month at a time, living in solidarity with our sisters and brothers in Colombia.
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