Fostering Peace on Campus, in Communities, Community College Daily, 9/21/17

By: David J. Smith, September 21, 2017 Today is the International Day of Peace.   Many of my readers know about my work with community colleges. These institutions play a significant, but often under appreciated role in advancing peacebuilding in the U.S. Here is my tribute to their work published in Community College Daily. ClickContinue reading “Fostering Peace on Campus, in Communities, Community College Daily, 9/21/17”

#3: Peace Week Practice – Back to School, or Just Taking a Course or Class

By: David J. Smith, September 20, 2017 We are all lifelong learners. This is just no way to get out of it today. Much of learning is about technology: how to work the newest gadget or gizmo.   How about learning about peacebuilding and conflict resolution? There is no better time to focus on learningContinue reading “#3: Peace Week Practice – Back to School, or Just Taking a Course or Class”

#2: Peace Week Practice – Doing Small Things to Make a Difference

By: David J. Smith, September 19, 2017 On this second day of Peace Week, I’d enough you to do something small today, but something that could be out of your comfort range: say hello to a stranger, offer to help someone you don’t know well, or try to change a behavior of yours that mightContinue reading “#2: Peace Week Practice – Doing Small Things to Make a Difference”