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I'm excited to present the Center for Peacemaking's new monthly email newsletter. I hope you enjoy the exciting announcements we have to share below. Thank you for all you do to promote peace.Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays,
Patrick Kennelly, Director


News & Updates

Introducing our new staff members

In November we added three new members to the Center for Peacemaking team. We are very excited for to have them on our team and hope that you will have the opportunity to meet and work with them. 
  • Sherri Walker, Program Coordinator
    • Sherri will oversee the Center's programming and finances. 
  • Alli Williams, Peace Works Coordinator
    • Alli will coordinate the Peace Works program in Milwaukee Public Schools.
  • Pam Stahler, Peace Works Trainer
    • Pam will teach nonviolence to students participating in MU Peace Works.  

Alumni Spotlight

Alumna works for peace in Sao Paolo, Brazil

Katie Coldwell (Arts & Sciences '09) was one of the first students to get involved at the Center for Peacemaking after we opened our doors in January 2008. After graduating, Katie decided to join the Maryknoll Lay Missioners where she spent four years working with women in one of Brazil's largest women's prisons. She was recently featured in the Fall/Winter 2014 edition of Marquette Magazine.

Finding God in a concrete jungleMarquette Magazine

Publications & Presentations

Two presentations at prestigious public health conference

Representatives of the Center for Peacemaking recently presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association (APHA) in New Orleans. 

Peace Works program reduces youth violence
  • This presentation highlighted the impact of Ripple Effect Milwaukee (REM) in reducing youth violence. REM uses the Center for Peacemaking's Peace Works curriculum and Marquette students visit local Boys and Girls Club sites to teach the modules to youth.

    The presenters included Patrick Kennelly (Marquette University), Staci Young (Medical College of Wisconsin), and Adrian Thomas (Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee).
Nonviolent resistance to war in Afghanistan
  • This presentation covered the work of the Afghan Peace Volunteers, a grassroots effort of multiethnic Afghans, to promote change, deescalate violence, and resist war.

    Center for Peacemaking staff have visited the Peace Volunteers and published on their work. Students have also become familiar with their work through Skype conversations and by hosting solidarity demonstrations on Marquette's campus.

    The presenters included Patrick Kennelly (Marquette University) and Emily Malloy (Aurora Medical Group).

Upcoming Events:

Jan 27 | 12 noon
Panel Discussion on Recent Events & Racial Justice
Raynor Library, Beaumier Suites B/C

Jan 28 | 12 noon
A View from "The Mountain Top"
Rev. Bryan Massingale, Marquette University
Raynor Library, Beaumier Suites B/C

Feb 2 | 4 pm 
Mission Week Opening Address
Carolyn Woo, CEO of Catholic Relief Services
AMU Monaghan Ballroom

Mar 16-19
Peacemaker in Residence
Col. (Ret.) Ann Wright
Event details TBD - save the date

Other Notices:

Fall newsletter published
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