“What shall we do with the poisons
in our food, in our air, in our water,
in our hearts?
We have no models for the new American society,
but we know it must be.”
OF NEW WORLDS
“We, of the National Council of Elders, dream of new worlds. We have helped bring to life the movements that have enriched our humanity over the past 70 years. Yet we know that we have a long way to go to create relations based on peace, love, and mutual responsibility. In 2012 we gathered in Greensboro, North Carolina and wrote a “living Declaration” pledging to “be faithful to our own history” and to undertake with younger generations to do “everything in our power” to bring a greater measure of justice, equality, and peace to our country and to our world.”
Statement Regarding Violence Against Trans Community
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Waging Peace Book Club: David Hartsough’s Memoir of an Ordinary, Extraordinary Life
Beginning on May 9, Pace e Bene Nonviolence Service will host a special online book
Tribute to Gus Newport!
The Middle East Children’s Alliance (MECA) is honored and thrilled to invite you to this
The National Council of Elders are among the founders and active members of several organizations working toward justice.
We participate in conversations, conferences, webinars, and direct actions, sharing analysis, strategies, and skills across generations.