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New Peace & Power Web Site and Blog!

I am delighted to unveil the new Peace & Power web site and blog!  Many folks who read this blog already know about the book Peace and Power that I have authored since 1984.  Now, the web site adds two important … Continue reading

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Reflections on why we all can’t “just get along”

The words are so easy .. “let’s just all get along.”  But the actions are so very hard.  My thoughts have turned to this human dilemma recently because I have (finally) developed a web site/blog for my book “Peace and … Continue reading

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Lessons from puppy kindergarten

About four months ago, we adopted an adorable 2-month-old YorkiePoo who we named Jazzy.  Until about 10 years ago, I always had dogs, and have loved every one of them dearly.  Then the last of my beloved pugs, Cozie, died, … Continue reading

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“Remember Them” Monument – Installation

August 29, 2011 – early in the morning we looked out our apartment window overlooking Telegraph Avenue in Oakland, and saw three parts of the new “Remember Them” sculptures on huge trucks ready to be shifted around the corner and … Continue reading

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Anatomy of Peace

I am almost done with this book and I highly recommend it … I found it in my quest to find current ideas related to Peace and Power, which I am currently revising. There are lots of very similar ideas … Continue reading

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Peace and Power – a dozen and one things you can do!

I am working on the 8th Edition of Peace and Power: Creative Leadership for Building Community.  The 1st edition was published in 1984, with Charlene Eldridge as the lead author.  After Charlene died in 1993, I have continued this work, … Continue reading

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