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In Memory XX

In Memory XX A Chemical Attack Khan Sheikhoun, Syria, April 4, 2017 The nightmare in Syria continues into its sixth year Where is Omran Daqneesh? Injured in Aleppo in 2016 This stunned child’s photo appeared on the front page of the NY Times on August 19, 2016 Less than a year later A chemical attack on April 4, 2017 in northern Syria A photo of a child with an oxygen...

Event: Peace Is… With H.E. Ambassador Koro Bessho

INVITATION H.E. Ambassador Koro Bessho Permanent Representative of Japan to the United Nations requests the pleasure of your company to an event PEACE IS …… with the support of the UN Department of Public Information for a Performance and Presentation by Ms. Miki Orihara (Dancer, Martha Graham Dance Company) and Mr. Ralph Samuelson (Shakuhachi (Japanese) Flutist) on Tuesday,...

The Inauguration and the Future

The Inauguration and the Future By Siegrid Raible The inauguration of Donald J. Trump as the forty-fifth president of the United States took place on January 20, 2017. After taking the oath of office, he delivered his first address to the nation and the world. He painted a vision of a dystopian America – its countryside littered with tombstone factories and its inner cities...

The New Year and Martin Luther King, Jr.

In Memory XIX The New Year and Martin Luther King, Jr. By Siegrid Raible With hope in our hearts for peace in the New Year We reach out to friends and family and we pray For the courage and the resolve to make our lives better But the morning brings news of unbelievable acts of barbarism On Saturday, December 31, 2016, at the Al Sinak Market in Baghdad, Iraq Two suicide...

The Holiday Table

The Holiday Table By Siegrid Raible This past Thanksgiving I met a neighbor and friend of thirty plus years at a charming Greenwich Village restaurant where we shared each other’s company and enjoyed a traditional turkey dinner. I like Thanksgiving because it is a holiday where all that is required is that you show up to the holiday table hungry. It is a time to...

White Poppies and Peace Museums

White Poppies and Peace Museums “A space to make peace” – www.daytonpeacemuseum.com By Siegrid Raible In September, Pasos Peace Museum commemorated International Peace Day by celebrating the publication of the new book by Joyce Apsel entitled Introducing Peace Museums. Guests at the event held at Five Myles Gallery on St. John’s Place in Brooklyn, New York, met...

The Summer of Our Discontent

The Summer of Our Discontent By Siegrid Raible New York celebrated America’s 240th birthday on July 4, 2016 in spectacular fashion. New Yorkers of all stripes gathered together at the end of the day and were awed by Macy’s free fireworks display over the East River. The very next day and almost every day thereafter in the month of July the breaking news banners...