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Reclaiming the Prince of Peace Conference

Event Date:

October 22, 2011 | 1:00 PM UTC
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Ann Peters, Pulitzer Center director of development and outreach, led workshops at the "Reclaiming the Prince of Peace Conference," an event focusing on the impact of war and violence organized by the North Carolina Yearly Meeting at <a href="">Guilford College</a> . The <a href="">North Carolina Yearly Meeting (FUM)</a> is an organization of churches and meetings of the Religious Society of Friends in North Carolina, Virginia, and Miami, affiliated with Friends United Meeting.<br>
Reclaiming the Prince of Peace Conference
October 22, 2011
9 am - 4 pm
Guilford College United Methodist Church
1205 Fleming Road, Greensboro, NC<br>
Peters led two afternoon workshops titled "The Role of Media in War and Other Crisis Situations" in which she explores the Pulitzer Center model with participants.<br>
Bill J. Leonard, <a href="">Wake Forest Divinity School</a> professor of church history and religion was the keynote speaker at the day-long conference.<br>
For more information on the <a href="">Conference</a&gt;, contact Frank Massey, [email protected] or [email protected]


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