Showing posts from June 30, 2019

Kings Bay Plowshares 7 - Clare Grady shares her witness to peace

Via Google Images:  Pictured left to right The Kings Bay Plowshares – Clare Grady, Patrick O’Neill, Liz McAlister, Steve Kelly SJ, Martha Hennessy, Mark Colville and Carmen Trotta (L-R) While we are consistent with supporting creatives and their work, we understand that there are certain global issues that are central to the viability of a humane world in which we want creatives to freely flow and thereby, create diverse and compelling artistic and literary visions. As the former chair and current member of Auburn, NY's Harriet Tubman Center for Justice and Peace , as well as aaduna's publisher , I understand that the creativity that permeates writers, artists, musician, dancers, etc. are similar to the driving forces inherent in social justice activists who seek to expand, empower, and embolden human rights and social justice pathways for all people.  It is within the spirit of societal change that benefits ALL creatives, we share the following for you to re