Samina Faheem Sundas, Executive Director of the American Muslim Voice, and her organization the American Muslim Voice will receive (the Fellowship of Reconciliation) FOR's Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace Prize for their work to bridge the gap between communities and unite us all under the umbrella of our common humanity.
Samina Faheem is also a member of the MVPJ steering committee.
On April 13th 2007, an editorial written by the Rev. Dr. Diana Gibson and Craig Wiesner appeared in the San Jose Mercury News. The topic was immigration. Soon after the editorial was published, we began receiving responses. In this article, I'd like to share some of those responses, and my responses to their comments. My responses are mine (Craig Wiesner) and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of anyone else at Multifaith Voices for Peace and Justice.
BIG NEWS: Our third annual peace picnic will be held at the Pine Grove Picnic Area at Mitchell Park on Monday May 28th 2007 (Memorial Day)! Watch this space for details about time, activities, entertainment, food and more. Check out the rest of this article to read about last year's picnic!
Join us for these 3 Israeli documentaries that reach across the barriers separating Israelis and Palestinians. These moving and thought provoking films will be followed by short commentaries and Q & A
led by people with expertise in each film’s subject matter.
<a href="http://www.multifaithpeace.org/images/articles/Rel...; title="View unscaled image"></a>MVPJ urges you to take action to stop torture. The National Religious Campaign Against Torture needs your help contacting Congress about a bill that is in the House and Senate.