Chung Hyun Kyung, a Christian theologian and Buddhist dharma teacher, describes friendship building and collaboration between North and South Korean women as a pathway to peace.
Isabel Allende acclaimed novelist and lifelong human rights advocate describes her experience of grieving her daughter as a path of courage, strength, and activism.
"War falls hardest on women." Sister Joan Chittister reminds us of the cost that war wreaks and asks us to stake our claim in supporting life over death, love over destruction, and peace over war.
angel Kyodo williams, the author, activist, and master trainer, describes the internal path to compassion and interdependence.
Nadia Al-Sakkaf, activist, journalist, and former Minister of Information in Yemen, imagines the future for her nation and herself.
Shirley Velasquez, executive editor of PeopleEnEspañol.com, describes the long term affects of colonization on modern communities of color.
Kimberle Crenshaw, professor of law at UCLA and Columbia and an authority on Critical Race Theory and Civil Rights, suggests peace as a recovery from violence and a sanctuary of safety.
Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela, psychologist and senior research professor in South Africa served on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. She describes the relationship between forgiveness and transformation.
Elizabeth Lesser, cofounder of Omega Institute and the Omega Women’s Leadership Center (OWLC), encourages each of us to question the myths that our society is based on and reminds us of the imperative to reimagine how we cooperate.
Loung Ung, author and human rights activist, and Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela, South African psychologist and senior professor, discuss remorse, empathy, and healing their experiences of the Khmer Rouge and Apartheid.