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In Pursuit of Peace and Justice: 100 Peace & Justice Leaders and Models

By Anthony J. Marsella and Kathleen Malley-Morrison Note from Kathie MM: Enjoy this culmination of the quest in which we have engaged the past two weeks to  identify 100 examples of peace and justice leaders, illustrated with enticing and enlightening … Continue reading

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Celebrating Reverend Martin Luther King Jr’s Legacy, Part 5

By Kathie Malley-Morrison & Anthony J. Marsella One Hundred Living Peace Advocates & Activists: The second 50 nominations Here is the rest of our list of 100 nominees for the MLK Peace & Social Justice Activist Team.  The qualities for … Continue reading

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Celebrating Reverend Martin Luther King Jr’s Legacy, Part 3

By Kathie Malley-Morrison & Anthony J. Marsella The Meaning of Peace and the Criteria for Nominations to the MLK Peace & Social Justice Activist List To be hopeful in bad times … is based on the fact that human history … Continue reading

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Celebrating the MLK Legacy, Part 1

  Welcome to the Land of King! by Anthony J. Marsella, Ph.D. Ladies and gentlemen, I write to you today from Atlanta, Georgia, USA, the birthplace and national shrine of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929–1968), clergyman, civil rights leader, … Continue reading

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