James O’Dea – Peace Ambassador Training

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James O'Dea - Peace Ambassador Training

James O’Dea – Peace Ambassador Training

What You Will Learn: Course Overview

The Training will offer you an immersive experience in building skills with today’s top peace leaders and is divided into five pillars:

  1. Deep Personal Peace
  2. Healing Personal and Collective Wounds
  3. Communicating Peace
  4. Mastering Systems Change
  5. Activating and Organizing for Peace

For each Pillar of Peacebuilding, James O’Dea will teach the first session drawing upon insights and practical tools from his bestselling book, Cultivating Peace.

ss7.jpg?02030902The following two sessions of each pillar will feature two core faculty on the methodologies and peace practices they use in their work. These sessions are a combination of live teaching and the very best core faculty interviews from previous Peace Ambassador Trainings. James will bring them all to life by weaving and integrating these teachings into a cohesive map for peacebuilding, from the personal to the planetary, throughout the training.

You’ll also have weekly practices, readings, and assignments that deepen your experience of the material and put you into close collaboration with other training members from around the world.

Pillar 1: Cultivating Deep Personal Peace

These sessions will focus on helping you cultivate the psychological, emotional and spiritual dimensions of peace as the great foundation for deep engagement in the world.

jo.jpgSession 1: Peace and Freedom from the Inside Out
(April 16)

Faculty: James O’Dea (full bio)s1.jpgJames will open the training with an inspiring session about what it means to be a Peace Ambassador in today’s world. He invites us to take responsibility for cultivating inner peace while working in the world from a place of deep integrity. As James says, “The peacebuilder must develop an impressive skillfulness in offering solutions, avoiding the blame game, and playing a mediating role between perspectives that are locked inside self-limiting definitions.”

At the same time, the Peace Ambassador does not take him/herself too seriously. “A world without laughter would not be a safe or peaceful world,” James says. For instance, “the fundamentalists are not having fun!”

In this session, you will:

  • Take careful inventory of your inner moral maps, belief systems and psychological perspectives and examine how they influence your relationship with the outer and vice versa.
  • Identify the obstacles that prevent you from releasing your own essential qualities, talents and capacities
  • Learn personal peace practices that help you tap into your deepest essence and create a solid foundation for authentic inner peace
as.jpgSession 2: Making Peace with Oneself (April 23)
Guest Faculty: Aqeela Sherrills, celebrated peacemaker who brokered truce between the Crips and the Bloods in Los Angeles, now the Executive Director of YES! and advisor to peacebuilding projects worldwide. (full bio)s3.jpgAqeela will provide a powerful and transparent glimpse into his own personal transformation, one that required taking responsibility for hidden fears and shames that were influencing his behaviors. He then will tell how his own personal transformation allowed him to address the causes of violence that took the life of his son. By going deeper into his inner peace practice, Aqeela helped bring peace between warring gangs.

In this session, you will:

  • Gain both inspiration and tangible tools for how to look inward to address your own shadows and to develop a daily personal peace practice
dr.jpgSession 3: The Heart’s Intuitive Intelligence – a path to personal, social and global coherence: (April 30)
Guest Faculty: Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., business executive, serial entrepreneur, psychologist, author and educator. Since 1990, founding executive director of the non-profit Institute of HeartMath, executive vice president of HeartMath LLC. (full bio)s2.jpgHeartMath is the world’s most influential scientific organization focused on the powers of the heart. Deborah will share how you can harness your heart’s power for intuition, joy and less stressful living.

In this session, you will learn to:

  • Increase Resilience – Improve your ability to “bounce back” and cultivate the powerful inner energy reserve that can make life easier during times of dynamic change.
  • Trust the Heart – Learn the research revealing your heart’s role in sending and receiving essential information for living a healthy, fulfilling life.
  • Cultivate Heart Intelligence – Enhance and access the powerful intelligence of your heart to rise above problems, even in the midst of chaos and confusion.
  • Engage the Global Heart – Learn research that suggests we are all connected by and live in the reflected energy of our hearts, with our emotions affecting the earth itself.

Pillar 2: Healing Personal and Collective Wounds

These sessions will focus on giving you the skills to transform personal wounds and collective trauma in order to create personal and social transformation and significant evolutionary change.

jo.jpgSession 4: Ending the Transmissions of Wounds
(May 7)

Faculty: James O’Dea (full bio)s4.jpgJames O’Dea introduces the second pillar by calling us to “interrupt the transmission of wounds from generation to generation precisely because their persistence is so disruptive to whole-system health and because the problem of passing on intergenerational trauma is so overlooked.”

In this session, you will:

  • Begin to examine your relationship to personal wounding and its various subtle nuances
  • Look at how your unconscious behaviours contribute to larger social wounding
  • Examine what keeps you from truly living your highest ideas and dreams
  • Learn tangible tools that you can use to deepen your own personal healing and help facilitate healing in others
ag.jpgSession 5: Non-Violence: A Path to Peace – Stories about Mahatma Gandhi (May 14)
Guest Faculty: Arun Gandhi, the grandson of India’s legendary leader, Mohandas K. “Mahatma” Gandhi (full bio)s5.jpgWho better than Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson to challenge you to “be the change you wish to see in the world.” In this session, Arun Gandhi will share intimate stories about how his grandfather taught him to examine his unconscious desires and to see their relationship to passive violence in the world.

In this session, you will:

  • Be inspired to step up your inner peace practice and tap into new levels of integrity and strength
  • Learn the meaning of Mahatma Gandhi’s saying, “I can no more preach nonviolence to a coward than I can tempt a blind man to enjoy healthy scenes. Nonviolence is the summit of bravery.”
ak.jpgSession 6: The Power of Forgiveness – Transforming Personal Tragedy into Life Purpose (Saturday, May 17)
Guest Faculty: Azim Khamisa, internationally renowned expert on forgiveness, hailed by the Dalai Lama and Thich Nhat Hanh (full bio)s6.jpgThis is possibly the most powerfully moving session of the Peace Ambassador Training. Azim Khamisa is a world-renowned master teacher on forgiveness. He will tell the story of how he lost his only son to senseless gang violence and authentically share his journey into the depths of trauma and despair.

In this session, you will:

  • Learn how to leverage the power of forgiveness to create transformation
  • Discover how you can engage in forgiveness even when it seems impossible

Pillar 3: Communicating Peace

In these sessions and practices, you’ll advance in the art of skilled communication for yourself, family, community and world. You’ll learn the latest in peacebuilding, conflict transformation, social discourse and dialogue. Core faculty includes:

jo.jpgSession 7: Peaceful Communication and Energy Mastery
(May 21)

Faculty: James O’Dea (full bio)s7.jpgEnergy mastery is one component to effective communication as a Peace Ambassador. Other components are dialogue and listening. As James says, “Against all odds we must learn to dialogue, or die….If we were to learn that listening to each other was the key to opening each other’s hearts, we would listen until there was peace on earth.”

In this session, you will:

  • Understand how the ability to listen deeply and consciously has transformed difficult conflict situations into peaceful resolutions
  • Discover how to bring the power of conscious listening to your own conflicts
  • Learn how you can process and transform energy for peaceful encounters
  • Gain effective strategies for dealing with physical bullies, emotional bullies and intellectual bullies
  • Understand your unique approach to processing energy – determine whether you are an energy bouncer, an energy sponge, an energy zapper or a peaceful energy transformer
rmj.jpgeh.jpgSession 8: How to Be Peace (May 28)
Guest Faculty: Rita Marie Johnson, the Founding Director of Rasur Foundation International and the creator of the BePeace Practice (full bio); and, Emily Hine, President of HineSight Consulting and inspirational writer at Holy Sit. (full bio).BePeace is being taught at the United Nations University for Peace in Costa Rica. It’s received accolades from students from around the world for its universal appeal across multiple cultural contexts.

s7.jpgIn this session, you will:

  • Discover a method of connecting to yourself and others that accelerates your personal and professional growth. The BePeace Practice unites your empathy and insight, which brings you peace and keeps you moving forward. Empathy is attained through a conscious connection to feelings and needs, and insight is accessed through heart-brain coherence. The powerful partnership of empathy and insight extinguishes your triggers and takes advantage of your best intelligence.
  • As peacebuilders, your inner dialogue is as important as your external dialogue. In this session, you also will learn radical self-compassion as a strategy that helps you communicate peace internally and externally.
  • Learn tactics for communicating effectively and “walking the peace talk” with small or large-scale teams.
wu.jpgSession 9: Getting to YES! (June 4)
Guest Faculty: Dr. William Ury, co-author of the global bestseller Getting to YES, author of The Power of a Positive No and co-founder of the Harvard Negotiation Project (full bio)s9.jpgDr. Ury is one of the most well-respected authors and practitioners of effective negotiations in the world.

In this session, you will:

  • Gain detailed insights into the science of communicating effectively in contentious situations, helping you to identify and address personal and shared needs
  • Learn the art of negotiation you can apply to your life as well as to larger social issues

Pillar 4: Mastering Systems Change

In these sessions, you’ll hone your understanding for how to create systemic change via models and strategies for unprecedented whole system shifts.

db.jpgSession 10: Peace Work and Whole-Systems Shift (June 11)
Guest Faculty: Don Beck, Spiral Dynamics theorist and wizard who has mapped and applied a comprehensive approach to working with different memes and transforming cultures from South Africa to the Middle East (full bio)s10.jpgTo begin Pillar 4, James is very clear: “To be an ambassador of peace, you cannot be a partisan of the part; you are called to be a representative of holistic thinking and emotional and social intelligence. Creating a culture of peace is a whole-systems challenge.”
In this session, you will:

  • Learn about systemic transformation and peace work in the context of complex adaptive systems
  • Gain insight into “Spiral Dynamics,” the comprehensive system Don Beck uses to assist people in different cultures and contexts to identify and implement peacebuilding initiatives appropriate for them
dk.jpgSession 11: Financial Systems – Breakdown and Breakthrough (June 18 )
Guest Faculty: David Korten, visionary, engaged citizen, author of Agenda for a New Economy: From Phantom Wealth to Real Wealth and The Great Turning (full bio)s12.jpgJames is quick to point out: “We are now witnessing the planet-wide devastation that results from thinking of the economy and ecology as separate systems. Sustainability is, therefore, a peace issue….”

While the global economic situation can seem overwhelming, David Korten provides common sense strategies and a sense of real hope to you – that you can do your part to evolve our economic model, starting in your own community.

In this session, you will:

  • Understand the realities of the economic and environmental challenges facing the planet and examine the underlying paradigms that have created this crisis
  • Learn about the efforts emerging around the world to create new economic systems based on an understanding of interdependence and interconnectedness
re.jpgSession 12: Living Systems: A New Systems Perspective on Whole Bodies and Whole Changes (June 25)
Guest Faculty: Riane Eisler President of the Center for Partnership Studies and internationally known for her ground-breaking contributions as a systems scientist, attorney working for the human rights of women and children, and author of The Chalice and the Blade: Our History, Our Future, and The Real Wealth of Nations: Creating a Caring Economics . Hailed by Archbishop Desmond Tutu as “a template for the better world we have been so urgently seeking” by Gloria Steinem as “revolutionary,” and by Jane Goodall as “a call for action.” (full bio)s11.jpgIn this session, you learn:

  • New perspectives on the past, present and future that will shed light on emerging paradigms on whole living systems
  • Approaches to partnership that can transform individuals, families and communities.
  • Principles of a “caring economy” that values humanity and the Earth

Pillar 5: Activating and Organizing for Peace

These classes and practices will help you develop community-building and collaboration skills that expand your leadership capacity and help you offer your deepest gifts.

jo.jpgph.jpgSession 13: The 21st Century Peace Ambassador as Evolutionary Leader and The Summer of Peace (July 2)
Faculty: James O’Dea and Philip Hellmich, The Shift Network’s Director of Peace, author of recently released God and Conflict (full bio)s13.jpgThroughout the Peace Ambassador Training, James will highlight the strengths and capacities of an evolved peace leader. In this session, James will review these leadership skills and then invite you to step up in your own way. In addition, Philip Hellmich will outline the accomplishments from the Summer of Peace 2012, a collaborative initiative that reached tens of thousands of people in 133 countries.

As James writes, “In a time of upheaval such as we are now witnessing on planet Earth, unprecedented opportunities arise for creativity and new leadership…. The emerging leader is you! Without you, there is no collective audacity to create the tipping point in human evolution.”

In this session, you will:

  • Understand the leadership skills needed to be an evolved peace leader
  • Activate your part in the larger global shift to a culture of peace
  • Determine what role you may play in the Summer of Peace
dm.jpgSession 14: The Principles and Processes of Activating and Coordinating for Peace from Local to Global (July 9)
Guest Faculty: Dot Maver, educator, peacebuilder, President of the National Peace Academy that supports, advances and nurtures cultures of peace (full bio)s14.jpgDot Maver is a pioneer in peace education and community organizing who is a master at inspiring cooperation on behalf of the common good.

In this session, you will:

  • Discover the practical principles and processes you can apply in organizing your own peace work whether in your school and/or community
  • Learn about successes from the River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding in Gainesville, Florida, including activities you can join and/or replicate in your own community
vr.jpgSession 15: Revolution of the Heart (July 16)
Guest Faculty: Velcrow Ripper, award-winning philosopher filmmaker, director of Scared Sacred, Fierce Light, Occupy Love, speaker and writer (full bio)s15.jpgIn this session, Genie award-winning filmmaker Velcrow Ripper will share insights into peacebuilding actions taking place on a global scale witnessed while filming his trilogy: Scared Sacred, Fierce Light: When Spirit Meets Action and Occupy Love. Velcrow will talk about the process of moving from personal despair to collaborative action inspired by deep spiritual wisdom and shared human values. For more info visit VelcrowRipper.com and OccupyLove.com.

jo.jpgSession 16: Final Session – What is Your Peace of the Puzzle? (July 23)
Faculty: James O’Dea (full bio)s16.jpgThis final class is an opportunity for you and your fellow Peace Ambassadors to interact and share what you have learned and how you have been transformed during this training. You will also have the opportunity to share your personal peace projects and initiatives for creating peace in yourself, family, schools, community and our world.

The Peace Ambassador Bonus Collection

In addition to these transformative 16 course sessions, you’ll also receive these powerful bonus sessions with the world’s leading visionaries and teachers. These bonus sessions are being offered to further complement what you’ll learn in the course and take your understanding and practice to an even deeper level. This first group of bonus sessions are all audio trainings that can be streamed online or downloaded and experienced on the go.

Bonus #1: “Spiritual Solutions”
Audio Training with Deepak Chopra

dc.jpgIn this audio session, Deepak Chopra shares insights from his recent book, Spiritual Solutions, bridging ancient spiritual wisdom and emerging scientific research with practical peace building actions in daily life.

As a global leader and pioneer in the field of mind-body medicine, Deepak Chopra transforms the way the world views physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social wellness. Known as a prolific author of over sixty-four books with eighteen New York Times best sellers in both the fiction and non-fiction categories, his books have been published in more than eighty-five languages. His New York Times bestsellers, “Peace Is the Way “ received the Religion and Spirituality Quill Award in 2005, and “The Book of Secrets: Unlocking the Hidden Dimensions of Your Life” was awarded the 2005 Nautilus Grand Prize. Time Magazine heralds Deepak Chopra as one of the top 100 heroes and icons of the century.

Bonus #2: “The Power of Sacred Activism”
Audio Training with Andrew Harvey

ah.jpgIn this hour-long training, renowned scholar, author and Mystic Andrew Harvey joins James O’Dea to explore the art and discipline of Sacred Activism – awakened love and service in action.

Andrew Harvey is an author, speaker and founder/director of the Institute of Sacred Activism, an international organization focused on inviting concerned people to take up the challenge of our contemporary global crises by becoming inspired, effective and practical agents of institutional and systemic change, in order to create peace and sustainability.

Andrew Harvey has taught at Oxford University, Cornell University, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, The California Institute of Integral Studies, and the University of Creation Spirituality as well as at various spiritual centers throughout the U.S.

Bonus #3: “Taking Action to Prevent Bombings”
Audio Training with Marianne Williamson

mw.jpgIn this 30-minute training, internationally acclaimed spiritual teacher Marianne Williamson talks about taking practical and fierce action to prevent more bombings in the world.

Marianne Williamson is a world renown spiritual teacher who has had four books on the New York Times bestseller list, including A Return to Love which is considered a must-read of The New Spirituality. A paragraph from that book, beginning “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure” – often misattributed to Nelson Mandela’s Inaugural address – is considered an anthem for a contemporary generation of seekers.

Marianne also co-founded The Peace Alliance, a grass roots campaign supporting legislation to establish a U. S. Department of Peace. In December 2006, a Newsweek magazine poll named Marianne Williamson one of the fifty most influential baby boomers. According to Time magazine, “Yoga, the Cabala and Marianne Williamson have been taken up by those seeking a relationship with God that is not strictly tethered to Christianity.”

Bonus #4: “The Common Ground Approach”
Audio Training with Susan Collin Marks

scm.jpgSearch for Common Ground is one of the leading conflict transformation organizations in the world, with projects in over 30 countries. Susan Collin Marks is the embodiment of the “Common Ground Approach” to transforming conflict from adversarial approaches to cooperative problem solving.

In this audio session, you will:

  • Gain personal insights into how to help facilitate dialogues between perceived enemies
  • Understand how to bridge inner work with effective outer communication tools.to apply to your daily life and with loved ones, as well as people in your community

Susan Collin Marks is senior vice president of Search for Common Ground. She is a South African who served as a peacemaker and peacebuilder during South Africa’s transition from apartheid to democracy. She serves on numerous boards, including the Advisory Council of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Project on Leadership, and as Vice Chair of the Board of the Abraham Path Initiative. She is the founding editor of Track Two, a quarterly publication on community and political conflict resolution. Susan was portrayed in the PBS documentary Women on the Frontlines. Honors include a 1994/5 Jennings Randolph Peace Fellowship at the United States Institute for Peace, the Institute for Noetic Science’s Creative Altruism award in 2005, and a prestigious Skoll Fellowship for Social Entrepreneurship in 2006. She mentors and coaches, speaks, teaches, writes, facilitates dialogue, and supports peace processes and conflict resolution programs internationally.

Bonus #5: “Crossing the Lines: Creating a World That Works for All” Audio Training With Sharif Abdullah

sa.jpgSharif Abdullah shares his philosophy that “none of the challenges of the 21st Century can be solved in isolation…. What we need is a search for solutions based on inclusivity, solutions that extend across relationships.” With this in mind, Sharif provides practical ways of working in communities to help people shape a world that works for all.

Bonus #6: “Achieving True Inner Peace”
Audio Training with Michael A. Singer

ms.jpgThere is a common belief that global peace first starts with inner peace. This theme has been described by saints and sages throughout the centuries. In this session, Michael Singer shares practical and profound insights on how each of us can achieve true inner peace, thereby preparing us to become Peace Ambassadors.

Michael A. Singer is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself. In 1971, while pursuing his doctoral work in economics, he experienced a deep inner awakening and went into seclusion to focus on yoga and meditation. In 1975, he founded Temple of the Universe, a yoga and meditation center where people of any religion or set of beliefs can come together to experience inner peace. Through the years, Singer has made major contributions in the areas of business, the arts, education, healthcare, and environmental protection. For more information about The Untethered Soul®, please visit untetheredsoul.com.

Bonus #7: The Science of Compassion
Audio Training With Emma Seppala, Ph.D

es.jpgIn this session, we will learn about the leading scientific research that proves humans are hard-wired for compassion. We also will learn tools that we can apply in our daily life. This sessions sets a foundation for the Peace Ambassador Training that peace and collaboration are possible, in fact, the potential is in our very DNA.

Emma Seppala, Ph.D is Associate Director of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University. She obtained her BA from Yale, her MA from Columbia University and her PhD in Psychology from Stanford University.Emma’s areas of expertise are health psychology, well-being, and resilience. She has examined the impact of meditation on happiness, social connection, and compassion. She has also investigated the effects of yoga-based interventions for combat veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan with post-traumatic stress disorder. She is the recipient of a number of grants and awards including the James W. Lyons Award awarded by Stanford University for service to the Stanford campus: she helped found Stanford’s first class on the Psychology of Happiness and taught a large number of well-being programs for students. Emma’s research has been cited in numerous television and news outlets including ABC News and The New York Times as well as books such as Congressman Tim Ryan’s Mindful Nation and documentary films such as Free the Mind. Emma often gives talks on the psychology of health and well-being to academic, corporate, and governmental institutions including places such as Google, the National Science Foundation, and a US Congressional Hearing. In addition to her work at Stanford, she is also a popular Psychology Today blogger and contributor to Scientific American Mind, the Huffington Post, Mindful and Spirituality & Health magazines.

Bonus #8: Changing the Narrative
Audio Training With Reverend Patrick McCollum

In this session, world-renown peacebuilder Patrick McCollum shares how changing the stories we tell ourselves can contribute to Human Rights, Social Justice, Pluralism, and ultimately … World Peace. He will highlight common touchstones to the world’s sacred belief systems and those of the great wisdom, reason, and scientific points of view.

Ven. Rev. McCollum is an internationally recognized spiritual leader whose work toward human rights, social justice, and equality for all religions and spiritual traditions, transcends cultural, religious, and political barriers. He is the 2010 recipient of the Mahatma Gandhi Award for the Advancement of Religious Pluralism. He was also named as a World Inner Peace Ambassador by Thai Buddhists and was given the title Venerable. He also served as an advisor for the United States Commission on Civil rights, and his comments and insights were forwarded in a report to both Congress, and to the President of the United States. He also serves as Development Director for the United Nations NGO, Children of the Earth, and helps oversee youth leadership projects around the world. In addition, he serves as the Minority Faith Issues Chair, for the American Correctional Chaplains Association, and as Founder and Co-Chair of the National Correctional Chaplaincy Directors Association. He is a Board Member for four other non-profits. Patrick founded The Patrick McCollum Foundation, a non-profit organization promoting a sacred planetary vision that respects religious diversity and advances progress toward equality, human rights, equality for women, and world peace.

The following bonuses will all be LIVE intimate sessions with the Guest Faculty and the community of Peace Ambassadors:

Bonus #9: Discovering the Gift of Peace
LIVE Training With Shajen Joy Aziz (Saturday, April 26)

sja.jpgIn this session, transformational leader Shajen Joy Aziz will share how to create a conscious, compassionate world, one person, one family, one community at a time. As Shajen says, “We accomplish this by focusing our attention on individual strengths, gifts passions and purpose.”

Shajen Joy Aziz is a Master Educator and is most passionate about creating a world where our children can thrive. She is an international speaker, teacher, humanitarian and First author and Co-Creator of the international bestselling book and film Discover the Gift. Her project is released in 22 countries and 10 languages worldwide. She is also the author of the upcoming book: Sparkle -You Have to be Lost, Before You Can be Found. Shajen’s foundation as an educator, school counselor and behavioral specialist for over 20 years paved the way for her to become a leader within the transformational community.

Shajen is a founding member of the Southern California Association of Transformational Leaders and the Women’s Speakers Association, as well as an active trailblazer for the Peacelink Coalition. A few of her recognitions include the 2014 Woman of Outstanding Leadership Award from the International Women’s Leadership Assoc., the 2012 Peace and Creativity Award presented by Congresswoman Karen Bass, the 2011 & 2012 Woman of the Year Award from the National Association of Professional Women for her dedication and excellence in her field of education, and the 2011 Global Humanitarian Award, presented by Dr. Barbara De Angelis and Rev. Michael Bernard Beckwith.

Bonus #10: Grassroots Organizing for Peace
Live Training With Matthew Albracht from The Peace Alliance
(Saturday, July 19)

ma.jpgIn this session you will learn how you can use your voice to affect positive and pro-active change in policies and law to help build a more more peaceful world. We will discuss a few key peacebuilding platforms and laws and how to work with educating the public and media, elected officials, building strong coalitions, and how you could engage in a Peace Alliance action team in your community, working with others to make change.

“This organization is on the leading edge… Through your organization the word spreads out among the people, so it becomes a more popular thing to be counted as one of the pilgrims, trying to lead us to this promised land of peace.”
~Walter Cronkite

The Peace Alliance empowers civic engagement toward a culture of peace.
It is an alliance of organizers and advocates throughout the United States taking the work of peacebuilding from the margins of society into the centers of national discourse and policy priorities. Our network includes volunteer grassroots teams in hundreds of cities, towns, colleges and high school campuses.

Matthew Albracht is the Executive Vice President of The Peace Alliance. He is a long-time ecological and social justice activist working on various campaigns over the years to help create a more just and sustainable world.

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