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Arno Michaelis
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Former violent racist · changed life in 1995 thanks to fearless compassion from those I claimed to hate · today trying to study and practice love for all beings
Former violent racist · changed life in 1995 thanks to fearless compassion from those I claimed to hate · today trying to study and practice love for all beings

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My visit to Auschwitz today changed everything. Find out how here:

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Existence=basically good
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S2U Peacemakers from Westside Academy take to the streets to demonstrate an example of peace and responsibility that was proudly welcomed by the community
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Statnett: Motion tracking, networked h/w accelerated rendering.
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deeply honored to be included alongside some absolutely amazing human beings in the inaugural World Changer Sessions podcast, talking about my journey from hate groups to peace activism, all I've learned along the way, and how much I still have to learn. Free download! Please help me share this link if you find my story and work worthwhile

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Our 4th Grade S2U Peacemakers at Hampton School surprised us with these wonderful thank you cards, which they created as part of their gratitude practice. We learn every bit as much from our children as we may teach them, and reflect the beauty of human existence that they shine.

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#YesAllWomen Serve2Unite aches for victims of misogyny in SoCal and around the world every day. This is what we do about it:

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my family has been devastated by decades of suffering rooted in societal intolerance of homosexuality, one of many reasons why I am committed to work towards an enlightened society where all are valued and included. Take a step with me:

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Amy, Mallory, and Stella, 8th Grade Serve 2 Unite Peacemakers at Fernwood Montessori put together this brilliant interview of renowned author, playwright, human rights activist, and survivor of childhood sexual abuse Callen Harty. 

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the practice of courtesy as an answer to disrespect:

"Being courteous is not just being submissive and humble, but showing that you truly care about others and are willing to help strengthen their self-esteem and well-being with positive actions."—Amy, 8th Grade Serve 2 Unite Peacemaker
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