I read this and wished you would find time to interview Stephen Angell, Sr. who lives now at Kendal/Crosslands, a Quaker CCRC. He is very humble. He created a project called the Alternatives to Violence project which works to bring an end to the causes of violence. AVP as it is known is operating in many varied settings in the world now. How he came to develop this and what he has seen develop out of it would be interesting to hear.
The other larger topic that interests me and might be worth an interview is how the historic peace churches each come to their views on peace and how their perceptions are different and elicit different responses. This is not to say that other denominations don't have specific stances out of their calling; they do. I am interested in these though because they are not nearly as visible and yet are operating in quite interesting parts of the world.
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