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Rita Marie Johnson

Rita Marie Johnson
Educator, author, speaker, and award-winning innovator Rita Marie Johnson has been sharing her message and her method worldwide for over a decade. The “Connection Practice” she pioneered, now used by individuals, schools and businesses, brought her the 2005 Ashoka Changemakers Innovation Award, chosen from 79 projects in 32 countries. In 2010, Johnson began teaching...>>>more


Elliott Adams

Elliott Adams dedicates his life to not just stopping all war, but to building justice-seeking communities of peace. This work has taken him throughout the United States, as well as internationally. He has testified before the US Congress Judiciary Committee and attended Parliament in Canada, and has been arrested repeatedly for the cause.


Dr. Deborah Rozman

Deborah Rozman is President and CEO of HeartMath® Inc. located in Boulder Creek, California. HeartMath provides scientifically validated and market validated tools and technologies that activate the power and intelligence of the heart to dramatically reduce stress levels, while increasing resilience and empowering sustainable...>>>more


Dr. Valerie M. Hudson

Valerie M. Hudson is Professor and George H.W. Bush Chair at The Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University. She has previously taught at Brigham Young, Northwestern, and Rutgers universities. Hudson was named to the list of Foreign Policy magazine’s Top 100 Global...>>>more


Ike Lasater

VIke Lasater is a recovering trial attorney who was for 20 years the co-founder of a thriving San Francisco law firm. In 2002, Ike and his friend John Kinyon made a peacemaking journey to the Pakistan-Afghanistan border. The trip forged a remarkable period of collaboration between Ike and John, and eventually produced the Mediate Your Life training program...>>>more


Valerie Elverton Dixon

Valerie Elverton Dixon is founder of Just Peace Theory.com and tha author of "Just Peace Theory Book One: Spiritual Morality, Radical Love, and the Public Conversation" and a regular contributor to God's Politics, Tikkun Daily and the Washington Post On Faith blog sites.


Philip Hellmich

Philip M. Hellmich is Director of Peace at The Shift Network, an international social enterprise mobilizing educational tools and cultivating alliances worldwide. He is director of The Summer of Peace, a collaborative global celebration of and call to action for inner and outer Peace...>>>more


James O'Dea

James O’Dea is a renowned figure in international social healing who has conducted healing and reconciliation dialogues for over twenty years and was director of Amnesty International’s Washington, DC, office for over ten years. His work as co-director of the Social Healing Project led him to Rwanda, Israel, Palestine, and Northern Ireland...>>>more


Carol Anne Robinson

Carol Anne Robinson is the CEO of CarolAnne Creations, a Dallas based organization co-creating the MANY Faces - ONE Peace - ALL My Relations event happening at the KIEST PARK Pavilion in Dallas, Texas on May 18th, 2013. The event will offer attendees an experience of peaceful practices, an opportunity to discover their >>>more


Fred Arment

J. Frederick Arment is the Founding Executive Director of International Cities of Peace and the author of several books. International Cities of Peace is a member association of cities of peace dedicated to encouraging safety, prosperity...more


Barbara Fields

Dr. Barbara Fields is Executive Director, The Association for Global New Thought; Co-founder and Project Director – The Gandhi King Seasons for Peace and Nonviolence; Program Director – Parliament of the World's Religions centennial celebration in Chicago..more


Bill Holston

Bill Holston is a Dallas attorney. Since 1987, Bill has provided pro bono legal representation for political and religious asylum applicants from 20 countries in Immigration Court or before the Houston Asylum office.He has volunteered his services to HRI since the organization was founded in 2000. In 2005, Bill was awarded the Angel of Freedom Award by HRI because of his commitment to provide pro bono services to clients...more


Dottie Indyke

Dottie Indyke lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. For six years she has served as executive director of Creativity for Peace, a nonprofit that prepares the next generation of female leaders and peacemakers in Israel and Palestine...more


Laura Seipp

Laura Seipp is the Founding Director of the North Texas Peace Learning Center and is an educator at the Robert Muller Center for Living Ethics. After a twenty year career as an engineer in the electronics industry, Laura left the corporate world behind to pursue her real passion; peace education. Laura has adapted and developed peace and nonviolence curricula for children, teens, adults and families.


Allen Mondell

Allen Mondell has worked in film and television as a writer, producer and director for 40 years. He began his career as a newspaper reporter in Baltimore and then went to work for Westinghouse Broadcasting (WJZ-TV), first as a writer for a magazine program and then as a writer/director of documentaries about urban and social issues. After moving to Dallas, he spent 5 years as a writer, producer and director...>>>more


Rabbi Michael Lerner

Rabbi Michael Lerner is the co-founder of Tikkun magazine and serves as the editor of Tikkun’s print and online magazine (www.tikkun.org). He founded The Tikkun Community (now renamed as The Network of Spiritual Progressives www.spiritualprogressives.org) an international interfaith organization dedicated to peace, justice, nonviolence, generosity, caring, love and compassion, and serves as chair of this peace organization. >>>more


Janet Chisholm

Change is in the air ---from Middle America to the Middle East. Frustration and despair are increasing. How will this rising anger play out? How will people engage with their opponents? What methods will they use? >>>more



Aaron Voldman

Co-founder and Executive Director of the Student Peace Alliance, a national alliance of young people advocating for the advancement of peacebuilding public policy. He is a leading advocate of the Youth PROMISE Act, Federal youth violence prevention legislation.>>>more


Mindy Audlin

Mindy Audlin

Mindy Audlin brings the power of possibility to people around the world. The author of “What If It All Goes RIGHT?”, Mindy helps individuals and organizations use spiritual principles that create tangible real-world results. >>>more


Kelli Seals-Obazee

Kelli Seals-Obazee

Kelli Seals-Obazee serves as the Executive Director at the Dallas Peace Center. She has worked with the Dallas Peace Center on various community awareness initiatives and direct actions since 2001. In 2009 Kelli served as a Board Member ... >>>more




Sylvia Haskvitz

Sylvia Haskvitz

Sylvia Haskvitz has been a registered dietitian since 1983. She’s incorporated a holistic twist in the last decade and wrote Eat by Choice, Not by Habit: Practical Skills for Creating a Healthy Relationship with Your Body and Food ... >>>more


Gary Zimny

Gary Zimny

After graduating in 1977 from St. Louis University with a major in Psychology and a minor in Business Administration I was accepted into the Peace Corps and assigned to the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific. >>>more


Andrew Harvey

Andrew Harvey

Andrew Harvey is an internationally acclaimed poet, novelist, translator, mystical scholar, and spiritual teacher. >>>more


David Swanson

David Swanson

David Swanson is the creator of ImpeachCheney.org , the Washington Director of Democrats.com and co-founder of the AfterDowningStreet.org coalition. He is a board member of Progressive Democrats of America, of the Backbone Campaign, and of Voters for Peace. >>>more








Liz Allen and Mark Fangue

Exotic World Gifts invites you on a journey to far away exotic places where you can experience a remarkable collection of handcrafts that take your breath away; fascinating and diverse people; ancient and exotic cultures. This is where the real treasures are found. >>>more


Andy Birnbaum

Andy Birnbaum

became interested in peace work after reading books by Nonviolent Communication pioneer Marshall Rosenberg and Buddhist nun Pema Chodron. Andy's first formal training in active nonviolence was in 2009, when he attended ... >>>more


Kelli Seals-Obazee

Kelli Seals-Obazee

Kelli Seals-Obazee serves as the Executive Director at the Dallas Peace Center. She has worked with the Dallas Peace Center on various community awareness initiatives and direct actions since 2001. In 2009 Kelli served as a Board Member ... >>>more


Rita Marie Johnson

Rita Marie Johnson

Rita Marie is the founder of the Academy for Peace of Costa Rica, which is now working with the Ministry of Education to train peace teachers - called "Rasurs" - who will implement an extraordinary practice for peacemaking and ... >>>more


John Kinyon

John has offered communication and conflict resolution to people around the world, including work with Afghan tribal elders along the Pakistani border in early 2002. John specializes in NVC mediation as a spiritual practice, and over the past 7 years ... >>>more


J Kendel Johnson

J Kendel Johnson

J Kendel Johnson has been studying, practicing, and supporting the growth of Nonviolent Communication - also known as 'NVC' and Compassionate Communication - since the spring of 2002.



Dr. Will Tuttle

Dr. Will Tuttle

Dr. Will Tuttle presents the main ideas in his book, The World Peace Diet. He explores and elucidates the invisible connections between our meals and our broad range of problems—psychological, social, and spiritual, as well as health and environmental. Through this he reveals the foundation of a new society based on...



Gandhi-King Principles of Nonviolence “At the center of nonviolence is the principle of love”. -M L King Jr.

- Nonviolence means to honor the inherent worth of every human being. We naturally seek to understand each other, build friendship and community.
- Nonviolence means believing that our lives are linked together, that what we do impacts the lives of everyone we encounter, that we are accountable to one another. Nonviolence means we trust one another and work toward the common good.
- Nonviolence means dedicating ourselves to the fundamental rights of every human being (justice, equity, equality).
- Nonviolence is courageously choosing to practice compassion with our adversaries. We oppose injustice, not people.
- Nonviolence means recognizing love as the power of the human spirit to triumph over injustice, inequity, suffering, as we embark on a hero’s journey of personal-social change

Pledge of Nonviolence

Making peace must start with me. I commit myself to become a nonviolent and peaceable person.
To Respect Myself and Others
To respect myself, to affirm others and to avoid uncaring criticism, hateful words, physical attacks and self destructive behavior..
To Communicate Better
To share my feelings honestly, to look for safe ways to talk and act when I'm angry, and to work at solving problems peacefully.
To Listen
To listen carefully to one another, especially those who disagree with me, and to consider others' feelings and needs rather than insist on having my own way.
To Forgive
To apologize and make amends when I have hurt another, to forgive others, and to keep from holding grudges.
To Respect Nature
To treat the environment and all living things,
including my pets, with respect and care.
To Play Creatively
To select entertainment and toys that support our family's values and to avoid entertainment that makes violence look exciting, funny or acceptable.
To Be Courageous
To challenge violence in all its forms whenever I encounter it, whether at home, at school, at work, or in the community, and to stand with others who are treated unfairly.
Eliminating violence, one person at a time, starting with me.



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