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The Sufi Tradition$2.95 Order Now
We visit with a community of Americans who have embraced the peaceful path of the Sufis—an Islamic tradition known for inspiring poetry and a gentle universal appeal.
Sufi Wisdom Tales$5.95 Order Now
These enchanting stories provide human lessons for “children of all ages.”
Teaching Nonviolence$3.95 Order Now
We travel to the Maryland high school classroom of Colman McCarthy, a former Washington Post columnist who now devotes most of his time to challenging high school students to think about alternatives to warfare.
The Rights of Civilians$0.00 Order Now
Can the rule of law protect innocent men, women and children? Learn about the International Criminal Court in The Hague, which has opened an investigation into Russia’s ruthless invasion of Ukraine. And hear the history of earlier tribunals.
Thich Nhat Hanh$0.00 Order Now
We remember Vietnamese monk Thich Nhat Hahn, a best-selling author, Zen master and peacemaker, who taught part-time in the U.S. In this interview, he described lessons he learned about peacemaking that resulted from the Vietnam war. Hanh died in 2022 at age 95.
Uncommon Ground$0.00 Order Now
This is the astonishing story of a multi-year dialogue when leaders of the abortion rights and anti-abortion movements were driven to dialogue in the wake of a tragedy. You’ll hear how they actually developed deep affection for one another — in spite of their profound differences.
War, Peace & Human Rights$0.00 Order Now
A great humanitarian, Benjamin Ferencz, passed away April 7 at age 103. Ben was a brilliant Harvard Law grad (pictured here in his 20s, when he successfully prosecuted Nazi war criminals). He devoted his life to protecting the innocent.
Words of War and Peace with Cynthia Wachtell$2.95 Order Now
Author Cynthia Wachtell describes contrasting views of war in American literature, including the Civil War reflections of Walt Whitman and the fervent anti-war beliefs expressed by Mark Twain in several works.