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Making Peace: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow -- Norman

Making Peace: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow -- Norman

November 17, 20166:30 PM

PART 2 -- A CLIMATE OF CONFLICT: BARRIERS TO PEACE IN OUR HUMAN AND ECOLOGICAL COMMUNITIES

Norman Public Library Central
225 N. Webster
Norman, OK  73073
Information: 405/701-2600
pioneerlibrarysystem.org/norman-central

Making Peace: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow is a three-part public program examining historical peace movements, current barriers to peace, and ways individuals can become peacemakers. This program is free and open to the public.

Part 2 is presented by Dr. Mark Davies, Professor of Social and Ecological Ethics at Oklahoma City University and the Founding Director of the World House Institute for Social and Ecological Responsibility. Dr. Davies will discuss barriers to peace in our economic, political, and cultural processes, giving special attention to social and environmental factors that make sustaining peace more and more difficult. Click here to read more about Dr. Davies' research and writings.

Dr. Mark Davies