I am writing to let you know that I will be a guest on the Doug Noll Radio Show on Thursday night, November 11, 2010, at 7 PM Pacific Time.
Doug will be interviewing me as part of a promotion of the 30th anniversary edition of my book, Peacemaking: Family Activities for Justice and Peace, Volume One. Updated, with two new chapters, and new references.
This is a Call-In Radio Show
The Doug Noll Show
Doug is urging folks to call in the toll free number — 877-474-3302 between 7:20 PM and 7:50 PM Pacific Time (in USA).
PLEASE NOTE: Please adjust your time if you live in other part of the United States or the world.
Midwest folks, for example, would tune in at 5:00 PM.
The show will also be available as Download, podcast, and RSS beginning Friday morning through the Doug Noll Show internet links:
ABOUT THE BOOK:
First published thirty years ago, the book draws upon Peacemaking for Family workshops developed by this author and used with students, teachers, and parents in religious congregations, school systems, community centers, university classes, and adult education programs on five continents. Part One focuses on steps families can and do take to create a peaceful home environment, including affirmation, respect for differences, cooperation, and the peaceful resolution of conflict. Part Two focuses on steps families can and do take to live more peacefully with others in our global society, including deepening awareness of our interconnectedness, caring for others, the role of the imagination in creating a culture of peace, and celebration. Part Three includes a collection of prayer services related to each of the eight chapters, from an interfaith perspective.
Foreword by Patricia Mische
See Peacemaking Associates Page on Facebook for some pre-publication comments from readers.
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