A media project of the Center for Nonviolent Solutions. Voices of Peace sends a field reporter out into the community to interview local peace builders to hear their story.
John Vo, a local artist speaks about how peace can be made through art.
Dianne Williamson, a columnist at the Worcester T&G, talks about her career as a journalist and how journalism can relate to peace.
Emma, talks about her experience working in Rwanda and how cooperatives build peace in a community.
Students who work at Youth Grow discuss how working on an urban farms helps to build peace in the neighborhood.
Jo Massarelli talks about how to care for people with impairments and how her work can create a culture of peace.
Margeaux speaks with Voices of Peace about her research on the relationship between sports and peace building.
Ike McBride, director of operations at the Boys and Girls club talks to Voices of Peace about how to build peace in the local Worcester neighborhood!
Staff and students of the African Community Education (ACE), speak with Therence about how they practice peace in their daily lives.
Reporter Therence, interviews members of ACE. African Community Education, to discuss why peace is important.
The Center for Nonviolent Solutions presents Voices of Peace, a radio project that features local peace builders. Michael Langa, speaks of his time mediating in his home country of South Africa.
Dr. Carter discusses her role as a peace maker within her community.