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World March for Peace and Nonviolence comes through St. Petersburg listen

12/07/09 Joshua Lee Holton
WMNF Drive-Time News Monday
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Almost a week has gone by since Obama announced an additional 30,000 troop increase in Afghanistan but many people around the world aren’t convinced that war will bring peace.

Since October, hundreds of thousands have joined in The World March for Peace and Nonviolence. The three month march involves people in 100 countries with the goal of promoting nuclear disarmament and a withdrawal of invading troops from occupied territories.

Last Saturday Florida peac...

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World Peace March comes to Pinellas on Saturday

12/03/09 Robert Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Thursday)
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A world-wide event involving participants in 35 countries and on 4 continents that started in early October has now made it's way to the United States, and is coming this Saturday to Pinellas County. It’s the World March For Peace. It’s national spokesperson is Chris Wells.

Robin Saenger, Vice Mayor of Tarpon and Melissa Baird joined us for the second segment from 1:20-1:31PM.

See more at http://www.worldmarchusa.net.

Locally the event has been endorsed by the City o...

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Interview with Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Father John Dear

11/20/08 Robert Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Thursday)
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John Dear is a Jesuit priest, peace activist and the author of more than 20 books including A Persistent Peace, Put Down Your Sword, Transfiguration, You Will Be My Witnesses, Living Peace, The Questions of Jesus and Mohandas Gandhi.

Dear has served as the director of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, and as a coordinator of chaplains for the Red Cross at the New York Family Assistance Center after 9/11. From 2002-2004, he served as pastor of four churches in New Mexico. He has traveled...

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