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"Aha" Moments- In Search of Woman Power
Faith Reflection- Living in the
Truth of Resurrection

Inspirational People- Kelsey Juliana

Perspectives on Social Issues- April 2015
Ritual- Remembering Our Youth Caught
in a Culture of Violence

Spirituality & Art- The SON Arose

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A n n o u n c i n g . . .
Apr 29, 2015
Madison, WI

2015 Advocacy Day

June 9, 2015
Washington, DC

BFW's Lobby Day 2015

Sept 21, 2015

International Day of Peace

Bread for the World's
2015 Offering of Letters

Healthy Food in your Community:
A Toolkit for Change

Who's under your carbon footprint?

What is your carbon food-print?

10 Ways to Join
the Sharing Economy

Holding Corporations Accountable
Shareholder Activism
and 2015 Proxy-Voting Guide

Wealth Inequality in the U.S.

Oxfam International's Report
Wealth: Having It All and Wanting More

Robert Reich on
Immigration Reform and the Economy

Faith Garde6n Ideas for a Cooler Planet
Sow a Cool Harvest

U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit

United Nations' Reports
Climate Change

Haiti's Successful
Green Schools

Safer Storage for Nuclear Waste

2014 Report
State of the World's Human Rights

Torture Is A Moral Issue

Interfaith Worker Justice
Worker Justice Resources

Green America's
Take Charge of Your Card

Featured Quote
"It would go a long way to caution and direct people in their use of the world,
that they were better studied and knowing in the Creation of it.
For how could [they] find the confidence to abuse it,
while they should see the great Creator stare them in the face,
in all and every part of it?
William Penn

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