Vigil for Peace
In Dover, at Third and N. Wooster
Every Monday, 4:30 p.m., since March 3, 2003
- Protest the war
- Witness for the possibility of peace
- Activite our local part of the global movement for peace
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Thank you for taking time to explore the cause of peace. Here are some organizations, magazines, books, and web pages. You can use them to connect to the worldwide movement for peace.
Fellowship of Reconciliation
Box 271, Nyack, NY 10960
Fellowship magazine is $25 per year.
American Friends Service Committee
1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Akron office: www.afsc.net/
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
630 20th Street, Oakland, CA 94612
The GI Rights Hotline, 1-800-394-9544, provides information to members of the military about discharges, grievance and complaint procedures, and other civil rights.
Christian Peacemaker Teams
P. O. Box 6508, Chicago, IL 60680
The Powers That Be, by Walter Wink
Peace is the Way, writings on nonviolence from the Fellowship of Reconciliation, edited by Walter Wink
On Civil Disobedience, by Henry David Thoreau
The Politics of Nonviolent Action, by Gene Sharp
Hebron Journal, stories of nonviolent peacemaking, by Art Gish; available from:
Wooster Friends Meeting
Tate & Renner, Richard's home page
Richard's photos of the 2003-01-18 peace march in Washington
Click here for a text used in Richard's speech
Summary of Gene Sharp's books on nonviolence
International ANSWER, organizer of the 2003-01-18 peace march in Washington
Click here to get a weekly email with action ideas from the Friends Committee on National Legislation.
Last Updated: 2003-04-01
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