841: Summer of Chaos

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

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July 10th, 2016
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How artificial intelligence could help warn us of another Dallas - The Washington Post
Sun, 10 Jul 2016 14:23
As the country reels from the spasm of gun violence that killed two black men and five police officers this week, a prominent digital vigilante is using an online tool he hacked together to keep an eye on hotspots that seem at risk of boiling over into bloodshed.
The Web app, which is powered partly by artificial intelligence, analyzes posts on social media as well as police radio chatter and feeds of the local airspace in virtually any region. Its goal? To detect rumblings of unrest and alert the public. At the moment, the tool has its gaze trained on Baton Rouge, where protesters backed by the New Black Panther Party have gathered for a rally.
"I'm looking for any indication they are coordinating skirmishes '... I guess I'm expecting trouble in that location, so [I] have it trained on Baton Rouge preemptively," said the creator of the site '-- who goes solely by his Internet pseudonym, the Jester '-- in an interview with The Washington Post.
[Amid protests and vigils, a small cry for a nation on edge: 'It hurts too much']
Using IBM's Watson AI, the tool not only examines large collections of tweets but '-- somewhat eerily '-- can go through a single user's timeline and, with Watson's machine learning technology, offer an analysis of that user's "trustworthiness, propensity toward violence [and] openness," said the Jester. That information, he said, could hold clues to a criminal's intentions.
The hacker likens his tool to the future-seeing "precogs" from "Minority Report."
If the Jester's name sounds familiar, that's because the hacker has appeared elsewhere '-- on Time's list of most influential Internet personalities, on CNN and, according to a recent blog post, on an upcoming episode of USA's "Mr. Robot." He has used his hacking skills to bring down dozens of websites that he says helped spread Islamic extremism. What he does technically may not be legal, CNN reports, but law enforcement officials have largely turned a blind eye to his independent activities.
In fact, said the Jester, many law enforcement and emergency preparedness officials have given him "positive feedback" for his AI-powered monitoring tool, called iAWACS. That's short for "Internet AWACS" '-- likely a reference to the military's Airborne Warning and Control System, a type of aircraft that essentially functions as a mobile command and intelligence platform. (Most of the Jester's operations are sprinkled with radio codes and other military language.)
iAWACS comes in several flavors. One version watches for reports of active shooter situations. Another is tuned to listen for Islamic extremists; that service has detected spikes in online chatter ahead of every major attack that has occurred since the tool was switched on, according to the Jester. The version that's focused on Baton Rouge, which is set up to track "major incidents," has only been running for about six months. It was used earlier in the week to monitor the Dallas shootings. Altogether, the entire setup consumes terabytes of data every week.
Even though each variant of iAWACS performs a different function, the technology is similar. The software, which is linked to IBM's Watson artificial intelligence, combs through tweets and images, specific hashtags and phrases, or posts from or about a particular geographic area and then uses computer algorithms to gauge the mood of that swirling digital conversation. That mood is then expressed on a sentiment meter as a number, positive or negative.
"[It's] looking real-time using nodeJS at all tweets within its set parameters," said the Jester. "EG I can say show me all geo-tagged tweets coming out of Chicago or all tweets with the following hashtags or phrases, including in the case of DRONEBAIT NODE in Arabic."
While watching the Dallas situation unfold, he said, the system picked up "very disturbing" tweets from admirers of the gunman responsible for the attack, helping to "build up a picture of the level of crazy surrounding it."
The AI aspects of the iAWACS app only monitor the social media posts '-- they don't analyze the audio from police scanners nor the airspace maps.
The Jester got the idea of building iAWACS in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, when he said he recalled police trawling social media for information and asking for the public's help in tracking down the suspects.
"I thought, hey, this whole process could be made easier," he said.
The result, which the Jester said is still a work in progress, was built from the ground up for law enforcement and intelligence officials with real-time information needs. The iAWACS interface is intentionally designed to fit on large screens like the kind you'd find in a command center.
Now, that system is listening diligently for unrest in Louisiana '-- though with any luck, it won't be needed.
Here's what liberals DON'T want you to know about Louisiana shooting victim - Allen B. West - AllenBWest.com
Fri, 08 Jul 2016 14:03
Yes, the nation is once again horrified to learn another black man tragically lost his life after an altercation with police. Alton Sterling was shot and killed Tuesday just after midnight in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Listen to the liberal narrative and you'll hear that Sterling was killed for selling CDs outside of a Triple S Food Mart. There's a bit more to the story, of course.
Police were called after Sterling had been threatening a homeless man with a firearm for asking him if he had any spare change. The homeless man had made the 911 call. After police arrived, Sterling had resisted arrest, and appeared to make a grab for his firearm at one point. This is still disputable, however. In the video footage of the shooting, you can hear the officer shout ''He's got a gun!'' and ''if you f'--king move, I swear to God.'' One of the officers then says something unintelligible, and two shots are fired.
So who is Alton Sterling? For starters, liberals should know he possessed an illegal firearm. As a felon with a lengthy rap sheet, Sterling is legally prohibited from possessing a firearm. Police records show Sterling had been a member of the Bloods gang, and had a list of offenses including battery, assault, drugs and weapons charges, and owed $25,000 in child support. He was also a registered pedophile, having impregnated a 14-year-old girl when he was 20. The media, by contrast, has portrayed him as a loving father of five.
Here is a selection of his prior charges. You can also review his court documents here.
9/09/96 '' Aggravated battery10/31/97 '' 2nd degree battery1/06/98 '' Simple battery5/04/00 '' Public intimidation9/20/00 '' Carnal knowledge of a juvenile9/04/01 '' Domestic violence5/24/05 '' Burglary of an inhabited dwelling place7/11/05 '' Receiving stolen things9/12/05 '' Burglary of inhabited dwelling place3/17/06 '' Simple criminal damage to property, simple robbery, simple theft, drug possession, misrepresentation during booking, simple battery, aggravated battery4/12/06 '' Aggravated battery, simple criminal damage to property, disturbing the peace, unauthorized entry4/04/08 '' Domestic abuse battery6/03/09 '' Resisting an officer, drug possession, receiving stolen things, possession of stolen firearm, illegal carrying of a weapon with CDs, sound reproduct without consent10/12/09 '' Illegal carrying of weapon, marijuana possession8/13/15 '' Failure to register as a sex offender4/08/16 '' Failure to register as a sex offender6/14/16 '' Ecstacy and marijuana possession
What happened is undoubtedly tragic. The circumstances of the shooting still aren't completely clear, and nobody deserves to die just for having a criminal record. However, it would be just as dishonest to portray this story as just another man living his life who was gunned down by the police for no reason, which is what many on the left, including Black Lives Matter, will do.
[Note: This post was authored by Matt Palumbo. Follow him on Twitter @MattPalumbo12]
BREAKING: #PhilandoCastile From #FalconHeightsShooting Was Crips Gang Member - GotNews
Fri, 08 Jul 2016 21:59
Here we go again! Yet another fraud!
Why does the media always lie to you about police shootings of gangbangers?
Why did Philando Castile praise and join the Crips if he a good boy?
Is #FalconHeightsShooting an elaborate hoax perpetrated by a disturbed young woman who is shacking up with a now dead gang banger? It sure looks that way.
We've got a black guy wearing blue shirt, blue pants, blue cap, blue bandanna, making vague ''C'' gestures/poses, with guy whose side bitch implied he was a crip, who is part of a crips FB group, who posts FB status referencing Crips. And we're supposed to believe the nonsense the anti-white media is selling us. Don't buy it.
Here's the proof he was a Crip.
Philando is a Crip
He's giving a middle finger to the camera. The media is giving a middle finger to you.
gang members
Crips going to crip
There are a lot of problems with the current media narrative concerning #PhilandoCastile but you wouldn't know it from our anti-cop, anti-white media.
Castile even joined a pro-Crips Facebook page.
Lavish loved her a crip. Was she talking about Philando Castile?
Yet again GotNews.com is here to tell you the truth. You should really donate to us because we are staying up all night on this one and because I'm paying for the shitty wifi on the United Flight I'm on.
Now about that shooting and the video'...
Note the most important detail: THE ACTUAL SHOOTING WAS NOT CAUGHT ON CAMERA and Lavish/Diamond Reynolds cannot be trusted to report the truth.11:59 Lavish/Diamond Reynolds is claiming that her Crip lover had a gun on him, as well as a CCW permit and was reaching for it, but in the same breath was lying that the guy was dead but he was alive, right next to her, and lying that he was her boyfriend (his FB status is single, hers is married [a lie], and elsewhere she wrote she's a single mom).
She is also has a totally flat and unemotional tone throughout the video.
Lavish ''Diamond'' Reynolds has a history of drug use.
Lavish/Diamond Reynolds clearly in the driver's seat of a moving car, taking a selfie with a bottle of whiskey
Loving that drugs and alcohol
Is she still in contention for single mother of the year?
Oddly revealing
Well that's normal!
Was she happy that this loser who wastes her time (as one of her FB memes would say), finally died in a spectacular way and she was there to catch it on video, removing him from her life and also bringing her a lot of attention and potentially money if she plays herself up as the victim?
Read her own message:
''i love you but i dnt need you , you couldn't compare to me on ya worse day, lavish it's a life style , what you see is what you get , im not perfect but im worth it , cancer &leos world , I'll sit back laugh an watch karma do all the work , god has a plan for me what's your excuse , i don't want your man he's old news , i like girls dat like girls who party all night like white girls , my dreams are so.much bigger working on a master plane one kid is enough for me nomore fucking unless it's all me , sharing ain't always caring ,you mad bro ?, still gave me head emoji im bi stfw
It sure looks like The Crip's side bitch, who is a single mom (with an unhealthy fixation on marijuana and alcohol) desperate for money and attention, is brazenly lying to profit off of his death.
The plot thickens'...
Cops reason for pulling him over was a busted taillight? Both seem to be working to me. #FalconHeightsShootingpic.twitter.com/zMUlELasQU
'-- Just Call Me Mister (@MisterMetokur) July 7, 2016
The narrative is already moving quickly.
''Clarence Castile, Philando Castile's uncle, told CNN that the family is devastated.''We all know my nephew was a good kid and we want justice as well as relief,'' he said.Castile said that Philando worked as a kitchen supervisor for the St. Paul School District. The last time the two of them spoke was in May. They talked about setting up a nest egg for Philando's eventual retirement.''My nephew has a (concealed carry) permit, and still got killed for carrying a gun '... this needs to stop. This happens so often.''
We agree. We need to stop lying about gang bangers trying to get their lives together and admit they are what they are.
He liked violence.
Here's some more evidence too because damn there's a lot of it.
It'll be interesting to see how our media deals with Philando Castile's anti-gay, anti-Jewish views.. They'll probably ignore them.
How was Lavish Castile's girlfriend if he's single on Facebook?
He sure loved expensive booze. Pour one out for the homies?
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Confirmed '' Philando Castile Was an Armed Robbery Suspect '' False Media Narrative Now Driving Cop Killings'... | The Last Refuge
Fri, 08 Jul 2016 23:27
The Falcon Heights, Minnesota police shooting of Philando Castile is based around an entirely false narrative. Castile and Ms. Diamond Reynolds (Facebook video uploader) were pulled over by police because Castile matched a BOLO Alert for an armed robbery suspect from four days prior.
Unfortunately, the false statements in the video '' which have gone viral, and are being pushed by the mainstream media '' have created a backlash against police officers.
Saint Anthony, MN, Police Officers Jeronimo Yanez and Joseph Kauser pulled over Mr. Castile and Ms. Reynolds because the driver, Philando Castile, matched the suspect profile in an armed robbery which occurred on July 2nd, at a convenience store, only a few blocks from where their car was pulled over.
The armed robbery occurred on July 2nd 7:30pm (Sat). The CCTV images were given to media and LEO by detectives on July 5th (Tuesday). A BOLO (Be On Look Out) alert was issued the same day, Tuesday July 5th. Philando Castile was pulled over on July 6th.
From the radio dispatch of Officer Jeronimo Yanez:
''I'm going to stop a car. I'm going to check IDs. I have reason to pull it over.''
''The two occupants just look like people that were involved in a robbery. The driver looks more like one of our suspects, just 'cause of the wide set nose.''
A minute and a half later, the recording captures the first report that there was a shooting. (link)
Ms. Diamond Reynolds narrates the now viral Facebook video with several false statements.
Reynolds claimed they were pulled over for a broken tail light, false.
Ms. Reynolds also claims her boyfriend, Castile, was holding a concealed carry permit for a firearm that was resting on his left thigh. This also appears to be false.
According to a question presented to the local county sheriff who oversees the Concealed Carry Permit process, Mr. Castile had never requested a concealed carry permit from their office:
Due to the rear facing camera option on the phone Ms. Reynolds was using, the uploaded video is a reversed mirror image '' making it appear she was in the drivers side, and Castile was on the passenger side. However, that impression is incorrect, astile was driving the vehicle. The uploaded image is reversed by Facebook Livestream Video.
However, in part of the video it is possible to see a hand gun located on the thigh of Philando Castile. This also appears to be why Officer Yanez repeats to Ms. Reynolds not to reach toward her boyfriend:
This hand gun also appears to be the same type of hand gun used in the Convenience Store Armed robbery four days earlier:
In addition, Mr. Castile also matched the physical description of the suspect as given by eye witnesses:
['...] The other suspect was described as a black man with shoulder-length dreadlocks, who wore tan pants, tan shoes with white soles, a green jacket, a green baseball cap and glasses, the release says. He also had some of his hair pulled into a bun through the strap on the back of his hat and had a small mustache and facial hair on his chin. (link)
Similar clothes as noted on the robbery suspect are also noted in the Facebook images of Mr. Castile. However, whether Mr. Castile is actually the person who committed the armed robbery is essentially a moot point. Officer Jeronimo Yanez gave the reason for the stop to his dispatcher as a possible ID on an ''armed robbery suspect''.
It is with that ''armed robbery suspect'' perspective the approach toward the vehicle was made.
Mr. Castile, fitting the physical description, being in the same geography, and then having a handgun under his thigh only made the suspicions gain exponential weight.
Any behaviors or sudden movements by Mr. Castile would only increase the anxiety and increase his perception as a threat.
Given that police around the country are being targeted based on an entirely false premise, it is critical the truth behind the entire incident be revealed with the same veracity as the MSM narrative. Unfortunately, lies travel around the world twice '' before the truth even has time to put its boots on.
''Riding Dirty'' The Curious Case of Philando Castile '' Falcon Heights, MN Police Shooting'... | The Last Refuge
Fri, 08 Jul 2016 22:02
MAJOR UPDATE BELOW: In order to give the update context we are placing the update at the conclusion of the original outline.By now everyone is aware of the officer involved shooting of Philando Castile that became a viral BLM activist case as a direct result of his girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds (aka Lavish Reynolds) live-streaming the aftermath from their vehicle. '' BACK STORY HERE ''
NOTE: It is critical to remember -as you review the images and the video- optically the live stream was captured as a mirror image. Some video uploads mirror the image, it can be confusing, you have to reset your reference points. Philando Castile was driving, Diamond Reynolds was the passenger.
During the uploaded video narration Ms. Reynolds stated the police officer pulled them over for a broken tail light.
There are several aspects of the narrative as told that didn't pass the sniff test, however, something about the ''tail light'' just didn't seem to make sense. Especially when you consider it was daylight when they were pulled over; and where ''in the aftermath media video'' it can be noted the tail lights were operable.
Upon further evaluation something is missing. We believe we have identified a very important missing element.
Was there another reason why the police officer would pull them over?
The shooting took place, late afternoon/early evening Wednesday July 6th. [ Remember that, and stay with me ].
The people at GotNews chased down the social media profiles of Diamond and Philando, and unfortunately a familiar set of social behaviors surfaces.
Yes, Philando Castile was a gang member (crips), frequently picturing himself with firearms, cash, drugs and gang signs; and Ms. Diamond also has a colorfully broadcasted social presence. '' SEE HERE '' (
Confirmed '' Philando Castile Was an Armed Robbery Suspect '' False Media Narrative Now Driving Cop Killings'...
Sat, 09 Jul 2016 16:39
The Falcon Heights, Minnesota police shooting of Philando Castile is based around an entirely false narrative. Castile and Ms. Diamond Reynolds (Facebook video uploader) were pulled over by police because Castile matched a BOLO Alert for an armed robbery suspect from four days prior.
Unfortunately, the false statements in the video '' which have gone viral, and are being pushed by the mainstream media '' have created a backlash against police officers.
Police officers in: Dallas (link), Tennessee (link), Missouri (link) and Georgia (link) have been Shot or killed in the past 24 hours as a result of a false narrative driven by the Black Lives Matter movement. It is important to get the truth out quickly.Saint Anthony, MN, Police Officers Jeronimo Yanez and Joseph Kauser pulled over Mr. Castile and Ms. Reynolds because the driver, Philando Castile, matched the suspect profile in an armed robbery which occurred on July 2nd, at a convenience store, only a few blocks from where their car was pulled over.
The armed robbery occurred on July 2nd 7:30pm (Sat). The CCTV images were given to media and LEO by detectives on July 5th (Tuesday). A BOLO (Be On Look Out) alert was issued the same day, Tuesday July 5th. Philando Castile was pulled over on July 6th.
From the radio dispatch of Officer Jeronimo Yanez:
''I'm going to stop a car. I'm going to check IDs. I have reason to pull it over.''
''The two occupants just look like people that were involved in a robbery. The driver looks more like one of our suspects, just 'cause of the wide set nose.''
A minute and a half later, the recording captures the first report that there was a shooting. (link)
Ms. Diamond Reynolds narrates the now viral Facebook video with several false statements.
Reynolds claimed they were pulled over for a broken tail light, false.
Ms. Reynolds also claims her boyfriend, Castile, was holding a concealed carry permit for a firearm that was resting on his left thigh. This also appears to be false.
According to a question presented to the local county sheriff who oversees the Concealed Carry Permit process, Mr. Castile had never requested a concealed carry permit from their office:
It is possible a CCP was obtained in another county, however the media are conflating ''permit to purchase'' with ''concealed carry permit''. For some reason the CCP ownership is being amplified; it really has no bearing and is largely irrelevant for the context of the situation. That said, there is no factual evidence Mr. Philando Castile had a CCP.
Due to the rear facing camera option on the phone Ms. Reynolds was using, the uploaded video everyone has seen is a reversed mirror image '' making it appear she was in the drivers side, and Castile was on the passenger side. However, that impression is incorrect, Castile was driving the vehicle. The uploaded image is reversed by Facebook Livestream Video.
However, correcting the mirror image, in part of the video it is possible to see a hand gun located on the thigh of Philando Castile. This also appears to be why Officer Yanez repeats to Ms. Reynolds not to reach toward her boyfriend:
This hand gun also appears to be the same type of hand gun used in the Convenience Store Armed robbery four days earlier (7/2/16):
In addition, Mr. Castile also matched the physical description of the suspect as given by eye witnesses:
['...] The other suspect was described as a black man with shoulder-length dreadlocks, who wore tan pants, tan shoes with white soles, a green jacket, a green baseball cap and glasses, the release says. He also had some of his hair pulled into a bun through the strap on the back of his hat and had a small mustache and facial hair on his chin. (link)
Similar clothes as noted on the robbery suspect are also noted in the Facebook images of Mr. Castile. However, whether Mr. Castile is actually the person who committed the armed robbery is -again- essentially a moot point. Officer Jeronimo Yanez gave the reason for the stop over the radio to his dispatcher as a possible ID on an ''armed robbery suspect'':
''I'm going to stop a car. I'm going to check IDs. I have reason to pull it over.''
''The two occupants just look like people that were involved in a robbery. The driver looks more like one of our suspects, just 'cause of the wide set nose.''
(link) SIDE NOTE from the BOLO article: ''According to a press release from the St. Anthony Police Department, which contracts for police service in Lauderdale, the two robbed the Super USA store in the 2400 block of Larpenteur Avenue around 7:30 p.m., taking cash from the register and cartons of Newport cigarettes.''
(Above is a screen grab still frame image of Diamond ''Aka Lavish'' Reynolds during a press conference early morning 07/07/16 '' link at 09:45)
It is with that ''armed robbery suspect perspective'' the approach toward the vehicle was made by officers Yanez and Kauser.
Mr. Castile, fitting the physical description, being in the same geography, generally matching the BOLO CCTV image, and then having a handgun on his thigh only made the suspicions gain exponential weight.
Any behaviors or sudden movements by Mr. Castile would only increase the anxiety and increase the officer's perception of Castile as a threat.
St. Anthony Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez (pictured) was identified as the patrolman who fatally shot Castile during a traffic stop.
Given that police around the country are being targeted based on an entirely false premise, it is critical the truth behind the entire incident be revealed with the same veracity as the MSM narrative. Unfortunately, lies travel around the world twice '' before the truth even has time to put its boots on.Update: Having outlined the factual reason/intent for the St. Anthony officers Yanez and Kauser to initially pull over Mr. Castile and Ms. Reynolds, it should also be pointed out the timing of Diamond Reynold beginning her Live Stream Video.
As you can tell from the video she uploaded, her four year old daughter was NOT in the vehicle when Ms. Reynolds began broadcasting. Whether her daughter was factually inside the vehicle when the shooting took place is unknown, Ms. Reynolds has never claimed that to be the case.
What is known is there was no activity to remove the child from when the video began uploading (Facebook), to when you see her daughter in the arms of an officer when Ms. Reynolds exits the vehicle (continuously live streaming).
In essence, there is a lot of time not captured between the stop, the shooting, and when Ms. Reynolds begins using her phone to broadcast the post shooting events. [ There is footage from Yanez and Kauser's dash-cam which should clarify this missing timeline ] Ms. Reynolds begins broadcasting AFTER her daughter was removed from the vehicle (video below for reference):
Lastly, it appears the family circle around Philando Castile is moving quickly to raise funds from the event. There are currently at least THREE Go-Fund-Me Donation, accounts set up by entities within the familial circle, currently running to raise money:
'... Lavish ''Diamond'' Reynolds has raised $16,564 so far with a goal of $50,000
'... The ''Family'' has raised $149,720 so far, exceeding their goal of $100,000.
'... Big Sister ''Allysza'' has raised $55,866 so far, with a goal of $80,000.
GRAND TOTAL $222,150 raised under various Philando Castile Go-Fund-Me Accounts.
Micah Xavier Johnson: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know '' Heavy.com
Fri, 08 Jul 2016 15:43
Micah X. Johnson. (Facebook)
An Army veteran ''upset about Black Lives Matter'' and ''recent police shootings'' who opened fire Thursday night in Dallas in an attack on police officers has been identified as Micah Xavier Johnson, the Los Angeles Times and CBS News report.
Five police officers were killed and seven were wounded, officials said. Two civilians were also wounded in the shootings. Johnson, 25, was killed when a police robot detonated a bomb near him following a standoff that lasted several hours, Police Chief David Brown said Friday at a press conference.
''The suspect said he was upset with white people and wanted to kill white people, especially white officers,'' Brown said.
It is not clear if there were any other gunmen, or whether other people taken into custody by police were involved in the shooting. Police initially said two snipers positioned themselves in triangulated locations to fire on officers from elevated positions.
The gunfire began just before 9 p.m. while a peaceful rally was held by the Black Lives Matter organization in response to recent controversial police killings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota. The officers were fired upon by a gunman with a sniper rifle in an elevated position at times during the incident, officials said.
The gunman was then cornered in El Centro College in downtown Dallas.
Little is known about the gunman so far, and this post will be updated as more information is released. Here's what we know so far about the suspected shooter and the tragic incident:
Warning: Some of the videos below may contain graphic content.
1. The Former Soldier Told Police He Was Not Affiliated With Any Groups & He 'Did This Alone'Micah Xavier Johnson. (Facebook)
After the shootings in downtown Dallas, the gunman, identified as Micah Xavier Johnson, 25, holed himself up inside the El Centro College building in the downtown area of the city, Dallas Police Chief David Brown said at a press conference.
He told police he was ''not affiliated with any groups,'' and he said he ''did this alone,'' the chief said.
Sources told the Los Angeles Times that Johnson has no ties to terror groups and no known criminal history. He has lived in the Dallas area and has family members living in Mesquite, Texas, east of Dallas, the newspaper reports, citing federal law enforcement sources.
A black SUV was found at the scene registered to Delphene Johnson, who is Micah Johnson's mother according to Facebook posts and public records, NBC Dallas-Fort Worth reports. Live helicopter video from the news station showed police at her home in Mesquite.
Johnson served in the U.S. Army Reserve, investigators said.
Micah X. Johnson seen in a photo uploaded to Facebook by his sister. (Facebook)
Johnson told police negotiators the ''end is coming'' and said he wanted to ''kill more'' officers, according to Brown.
Police said after several hours of negotiating and shooting at the officers, the suspect was killed by a bomb-wielding robot.
''We tried to negotiate for several hours, negotiations broke down, we had an exchange of gunfire with the suspect,'' Brown said. ''We saw no other option but to use our bomb-robot and place a device on its extension for it to detonate where the suspect was. Other options would have exposed our officers to grave danger. The suspect is a result of detonating the bomb.''
The suspect did not shoot himself, despite reports, Brown said.
''He wanted to kill officers, and he expressed killing white people, he expressed killing white officers,'' Brown said. ''He expressed anger for Black Lives Matter. None of that makes sense, none of that is a legitimate reason to do harm to anyone, so the rest of it would just be speculating on what his motivations were. We just know what he said to our negotiators.''
While he was barricaded in the hotel, the suspect told police there were bombs planted ''all over'' downtown Dallas, the city's police chief said at a press conference.
Police have not said if any bombs or suspicious items have been found.
''He said we will eventually find the IEDs,'' Police Chief David Brown said at a press conference.
Johnson. (Facebook)
The shooting came a year and a month after a man angry at police opened fire on the Dallas Police headquarters. He fired several shots at the building, but no one was injured. The man, James Boulware, was driving an armored van and was later chased down by police. He was killed during a standoff.
Boulware also claimed he had planted bombs in downtown Dallas.
Dallas Police Headquarters Shooting: 5 Fast Facts You Need to KnowAn armored vehicle shot at officers and the Dallas Police headquarters early Saturday morning before leading police on a chase and into a standoff.
Click here to read moreRead more about Micah X. Johnson in Spanish at AhoraMismo.com:
Micah X. Johnson: 5 Datos Importantes que Tienes que SaberMicah X. Johnson es el francotirador que mat" a cinco policias en Dallas durante una protesta.
Click here to read more2. His Facebook Page Includes a 'Black Power' PosterMicah X. Johnson. (Facebook)
Micah Johnson's Facebook page provides few details about his life. In May, he posted a ''Black Power'' poster, one of the few images on his page:
(Facebook)
His cover photo is the Pan-African flag.
Johnson posted a photo with Professor Griff of Public Enemy, taken at what appears to be an autograph signing, in April. His only other photo is a Doctor Who wallpaper.
His birthday was July 2.
Johnson's sister posted on Facebook on Friday after his name was made public, ''I keep saying its not true'...my eyes hurt from crying. Y him??? And why was he downtown smh.''
Officer Brent Thompson: 5 Fast Facts You Need to KnowOfficer Brent Thompson, the first slain officer shot in Dallas identified, had trained Iraqi and Afghan police. He was 43, and a DART officer.
Click here to read more3. Police Are Still Searching Until they Determine There Are No Outstanding Suspects, the Chief SaidPolice are still trying to determine how many gunmen were involved in the attack. Chief David Brown said they will continuing searching and investigating until they can be sure no one is on the loose.
Brown said they want to ensure ''that everyone associated with this tragic is brought to justice. '... We won't expand on any further on what other suspects we have interviewed or looked at or their status until we get further into this investigation and get closer to a conclusion of who are all involved.''
Brown said, ''I'm not going to be satisfied until we turn over every stone. '... We're not satisfied that we've exhausted every lead. And we're not going to be satisfied until every lead is exhausted. So if there is someone out there that was associated with this, we will find you and we will prosecute you and we will bring you to justice.''
Police previously said two people were spotted getting into a Mercedes into downtown Dallas carrying camouflage duffle bags, the police chief said. The car was spotted by police and stopped on the highway. The people in the car were taken into custody. The chief said a woman was also arrested near El Centro College.
Police are not sure if any of those three people who are in custody are connected to the shooting.
One man who was marching during the protest, Mark Hughes, was incorrectly identified by police as a ''person of interest'' in the shooting, and his photo was distributed on Twitter by the department. Hughes was open carrying a rifle, which is legal in Texas, to exercise his Second Amendment rights, but he turned over the gun to a police officer after the shooting began so he would not be mistaken as a suspect. That moment was caught on video:
Facebook video of DPD's original person of interest, handing over his weapon to authorities
Via facebook live videohttps://t.co/hDmeV6T4sz
'-- Mike Leslie (@MikeLeslieWFAA) July 8, 2016
The man later turned himself in to police after his photo was distributed across social media and on national television. He was released after being questioned.
Alton Sterling: Top 10 Facts You Need to KnowA 37-year-old Baton Rouge, Louisiana, man was fatally shot by police in an incident caught on video by a witness that has sparked protests in the city.
Click here to read more4. The Slain Officers Include 4 From the Dallas PD & 1 From the City's Transit Authority PoliceFour of the officers killed are from the Dallas Police Department. The fifth victim, Officer David Thompson, worked for the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) authority's police department.
A second victim was identified by family members as Dallas Officer Patrick Zamarripa.
The other officers have not yet been identified publicly and Dallas Police Chief David Brown said they are working to notify families of the victims.
One wounded officer has been identified as DART Officer Misty McBride. She is expected to survive.
''Some of the bravest men and women you ever want to be associated with,'' Brown said about the Dallas and DART police officers who responded to the shooting. ''You see video footage after video footage of them running toward gunfire from an elevated position with no chance to protect themselves. And to put themselves in harms way to make sure citizens can get to a place of security.''
''So please join me in applauding these brave men and women who do this job under great scrutiny, under great vulnerability. Who literally risk their lives to protect our democracy. We don't feel much support most days, let's not make today most days. Please, we need your support to be able to protect you from men like these who carried out this tragic, tragic event. Pray for these families,'' Brown said.
WATCH: Video Shows Dallas Gunman Shooting Officer [GRAPHIC]A graphic video obtained by KDFW-TV shows a gunman opening fire on a police officer in Dallas Thursday night., shooting him in the back. Watch it here.
Click here to read more5. Police Took Part in the Planning of the Peaceful Rally & March, the Chief SaysThe shootings came during a peaceful rally and march in response to two controversial police shootings of black men that occurred this week. The rally began at 7 p.m. and was set to end at 9 p.m. The shooting occurred just before 9 p.m.
Alton Sterling was fatally shot by two officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Tuesday. A day later, Philando Castile was killed by police during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights, Minnesota. Parts of both shootings were caught on videos that spread quickly across social media. Investigations into both those shootings are ongoing and no officers have been charged.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown said he and others in the police department participated in the planning of the rally.
Something people should understand nationally '-- BLM & Dallas PD have respect for each other. DPD was protecting marchers. Snipers did this.
'-- Mike Leslie (@MikeLeslieWFAA) July 8, 2016
Officers were posing for pictures with marchers and the mood was peaceful and light, officials said.
Police have released no evidence that the planners of the protest were involved in the shooting.
''Police officers are guardians of this great democracy, the freedom to protest, the freedom of speech, the freedom of expression, all freedoms we fight for with our lives, it's what makes us who we are as Americans,'' Brown said. ''So we risk our lives for those rights, so we won't militarize our policing standards, but we will do it in a much safer way every time.''
Brown said they had an ''adequate'' amount of officers and were doing the right thing to shut down traffic and protect people's right to protest.
''We are not going to let a coward who would ambush police officers change our democracy. We're not going to do it. Our city, our country is better than that,'' Brown said.
Philando Castile: 5 Fast Facts You Need to KnowPhilando Castile died after being shot by a police officer in Falcon Heights, Minnesota while his girlfriend, Lavish Reynolds captured the shooting on Facebook Live.
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Micah X. Johnson: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know | Heavy.com
Fri, 08 Jul 2016 23:12
Micah X. Johnson. (Facebook)
An Army veteran ''upset about Black Lives Matter'' and ''recent police shootings'' who opened fire Thursday night in Dallas in an attack on police officers has been identified by police as Micah Xavier Johnson.
Five police officers were killed and seven were wounded, officials said. Two civilians were also wounded in the shootings, police said.
Johnson, 25, was killed when a police robot detonated a bomb near him following a standoff that lasted several hours, Police Chief David Brown said Friday at a press conference.
''The suspect said he was upset with white people and wanted to kill white people, especially white officers,'' Brown said.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said Johnson was the lone gunman, though police initially said two snipers positioned themselves in triangulated locations to fire on officers from elevated positions. Rawlings said confusion during the incident led to the belief there were multiple shooters.
''We believe now that the city is safe, and we can move on to healing,'' Rawlings said Friday evening.
Homeland Security Director Jeh Johnson said there are no apparent ties to international terrorism.
The gunfire began just before 9 p.m. Thursday while a peaceful rally was held by Black Lives Matter in response to recent controversial police killings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota.
The gunman was then cornered in El Centro College in downtown Dallas.
Police said at least 12 officers fired their weapons during the incident.
This post will be updated as more information is released. Here's what we know so far about Johnson and the shootings:
Warning: Some of the videos below may contain graphic content.
1. The Former Soldier Told Police He Was Not Affiliated With Any Groups & He 'Did This Alone'Micah Xavier Johnson. (Facebook)
After the shootings in downtown Dallas, the gunman, identified as Micah Xavier Johnson, 25, holed himself up inside El Centro College in the downtown area of the city, Dallas Police Chief David Brown said at a press conference.
Johnson was armed with a SKS semi-automatic assault rifle and a handgun, CBS News reports. He was wearing body armor.
He told police he was ''not affiliated with any groups,'' and he said he ''did this alone,'' the chief said.
Sources told the Los Angeles Times that Johnson has no ties to terror groups and no known criminal history. He has lived in the Dallas area and has family members living in Mesquite, Texas, east of Dallas, the newspaper reports, citing federal law enforcement sources.
A black SUV was found at the scene registered to Delphene Johnson, who is Micah Johnson's mother, according to Facebook posts and public records, NBC Dallas-Fort Worth reports. Live helicopter video from the news station showed police at her home in Mesquite.
Johnson served in the U.S. Army Reserve, investigators said.
Micah X. Johnson seen in a photo uploaded to Facebook by his sister. (Facebook)
Johnson told police negotiators the ''end is coming'' and said he wanted to ''kill more'' officers, according to Brown.
Police said after several hours of negotiating, with intermittent exchanges of gunfire, the suspect was killed by a robot who detonated a C-4 explosive.
''We tried to negotiate for several hours, negotiations broke down, we had an exchange of gunfire with the suspect,'' Brown said. ''We saw no other option but to use our bomb-robot and place a device on its extension for it to detonate where the suspect was. Other options would have exposed our officers to grave danger. The suspect is dead a result of detonating the bomb.''
Mayor Mike Rawlings said, ''He had a choice to come out and we would not harm him, or stay in and we would. He picked the latter.''
The suspect did not shoot himself, despite reports, Brown said.
''He wanted to kill officers, and he expressed killing white people, he expressed killing white officers,'' Brown said. ''He expressed anger for Black Lives Matter. None of that makes sense, none of that is a legitimate reason to do harm to anyone, so the rest of it would just be speculating on what his motivations were. We just know what he said to our negotiators.''
While he was barricaded in the hotel, the suspect told police there were bombs planted ''all over'' downtown Dallas, the city's police chief said at a press conference.
Police have not said if any bombs or suspicious items have been found.
''He said we will eventually find the IEDs,'' Brown said.
The shooting came a year and a month after a man angry at police opened fire on the Dallas Police headquarters. He fired several shots at the building, but no one was injured. The man, James Boulware, was driving an armored van and was later chased down by police. He was killed during a standoff.
Boulware also claimed he had planted bombs in downtown Dallas.
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Click here to read moreRead more about Micah X. Johnson in Spanish at AhoraMismo.com:
Micah Xavier Johnson: 5 Datos Importantes que Tienes que SaberMicah X. Johnson es el francotirador que mat" a cinco policias en Dallas durante una protesta.
Click here to read more2. He Had Connections to 'Black Separatist Hate Groups' on FacebookMicah X. Johnson. (Facebook)
Micah Johnson's now-deleted Facebook page provides few details about his life. In May, he posted a ''Black Power'' poster, one of the few images on his page:
(Facebook)
His cover photo is the Pan-African flag.
He liked pages connected to Elijah Mohammed, the founder of the Nation of Islam, and also like The New Black Panther Party and the Black Riders Liberation Party.
The Southern Poverty Law Center calls the three organizations ''black separatist hate groups,'' according to its Hatewatch blog:
NBPP was formed in Dallas, and its leaders have long expressed virulently anti-white and anti-Semitic opinions. Its leaders have blamed Jews for the 9/11 terrorist attacks and for the slave trade. The late former party chairman Khalid Abdul Muhammad once said, 'There are no good crackers, and if you find one, kill him before he changes.' A document on the NBPP website titled ''The Nationalist Manifesto'' claims that white men have a secret plan to commit genocide against the non-white races. It also refers to black people who condone mixed-race relationships as the 'modern day Custodians [sic] of Uncle Tom's Cabin.'
The Daily Beast said the African American Defense League, another group liked by Johnson, posted on Facebook after the shootings, ''ATTACK EVERYTHING IN BLUE EXCEPT THE MAIL MAN, UNLESS HE IS CARRYING MORE THAN MAIL.''
On Saturday, Johnson posted a video of people slaughtering dolphins to a Black Panther Facebook page, writing, ''Look at the joy on their faces. Why do so many whites (not all) enjoy killing and participating in the death of innocent beings?,'' according to CBS News.
The SPLC called the shootings an act of domestic terrorism in a statement from its president, Richard Cohen:
We condemn the racially motivated killings of law enforcement officers in Dallas and mourn the loss of life. This was an act of domestic terrorism,Racial tensions are extremely high in this country '' not just in the wake of the most recent highly visible killings of black men by law enforcement but in the overheated rhetoric of our politics and hate deliberately stoked from all corners. Our communities need healing. Until a gunman motivated by hate fired a shot, the protest was a peaceful one in a city that serves as a model for law enforcement reform. We must not allow this act of violence to lead to more violence and more hate.
(Facebook)
Johnson posted a photo with Professor Griff, a rapper and member of the group Public Enemy, taken at what appears to be an autograph signing, in April. His only other photo is a Doctor Who wallpaper. His birthday was July 2.
The Dallas Police highlighted Johnson's association with Professor Griff in a press release Friday afternoon.
''The suspect's Facebook account included the following names and information: Fahed Hassen, Richard GRIFFIN aka Professor Griff, GRIFFIN embraces a radical form of Afrocentrism, and GRIFFIN wrote a book A Warriors Tapestry,'' police said. No other context was provided in the press release.
Griff has responded on Twitter, saying, ''The police and FBI have been watching me and tapping my phone they know who I talk too, I DO NOT KNOW THE SHOOTER. '... I do not advocate killing Cops.''
Johnson's sister posted on Facebook on Friday after his name was made public, ''I keep saying its not true'...my eyes hurt from crying. Y him??? And why was he downtown smh.
''Please out of respect for my family. If you following the news and know whats going on, I'm not talking to anyone and please keep your comments thoughts respectful,'' she wrote. ''The news will say what they think but those that knew him know this wasn't like him. Only close family can call me. This is the biggest loss we've had.''
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Click here to read more3. Police Say Johnson Was a 'Loner' Who Had 'Bomb Making Materials, Ballistic Vests, Rifles' & Ammo in His HomePolice said Johnson has been described as a ''loner.''
''This was a well-planned, well-thought-out, evil tragedy,'' Dallas Police Chief David Brown said.
''During the search of the suspect's home, detectives found bomb making materials, ballistic vests, rifles, ammunition, and a personal journal of combat tactics,'' police said in a press release. ''Detectives are in the processing of analyzing the information contained in the journal.''
Mayor Mike Rawlings said the gunman was a ''mobile shooter'' and had written manifestos on how to ''shoot and move, shoot and move, and he did that,'' causing confusion during the shooting. But police say he acted alone.
Authorities said they will still be investigating to see if anyone knew about the gunman's plans or had any other role in the incident. Federal, state and city police agencies are also determining what the shooter did leading up to the shooting, and are looking into his background.
Brown earlier said they want to ensure ''that everyone associated with this tragedy is brought to justice. '... We won't expand on any further on what other suspects we have interviewed or looked at or their status until we get further into this investigation and get closer to a conclusion of who are all involved.''
Brown said, ''I'm not going to be satisfied until we turn over every stone. '... We're not satisfied that we've exhausted every lead. And we're not going to be satisfied until every lead is exhausted. So if there is someone out there that was associated with this, we will find you and we will prosecute you and we will bring you to justice.''
Police said two people were spotted getting into a Mercedes in downtown Dallas carrying camouflage duffle bags, the police chief said. The car was found by police and stopped on the highway. The people in the car were taken into custody. The chief said a woman was also arrested near El Centro College.
They were not cooperating with investigators, officials said.
But sources told CBS News the three people detained were not connected to the shooting.
One man who was marching during the protest, Mark Hughes, was incorrectly identified by police as a ''person of interest'' in the shooting, and his photo was distributed on Twitter by the department. Hughes was open carrying a rifle, which is legal in Texas, to exercise his Second Amendment rights, but he turned over the gun to a police officer after the shooting began so he would not be mistaken as a suspect. That moment was caught on video:
Facebook video of DPD's original person of interest, handing over his weapon to authorities
Via facebook live videohttps://t.co/hDmeV6T4sz
'-- Mike Leslie (@MikeLeslieWFAA) July 8, 2016
The man later turned himself in to police after his photo was distributed across social media and on national television. He was released after being questioned.
Police said a 25-year-old man was arrested at the scene on unrelated weapons charges. It is not clear if he was one of the three people described as being possible suspects.
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Click here to read more4. Johnson Was in the Army Reserves & Served in AfghanistanJohnson is the only suspect identified so far. (Facebook)
A Department of Defense official told The Daily Beast that Micah Johnson was a private first class in the Army Reserves. He was part of the 284th Engineering Company, which is based in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The official said Johnson served in Afghanistan.
He was a carpenter and masonry specialist, CNN reports. It is not known if he had advanced firearms training, DOD officials told CNN.
Johnson served from March 2009 to April 2015. He was deployed to Afghanistan from November 2013 to July 2014.
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Click here to read more5. Police Took Part in the Planning of the Peaceful Rally & March, the Chief SaysThe shootings came during a peaceful rally and march in response to two controversial police shootings of black men that occurred this week. The rally began at 7 p.m. and was set to end at 9 p.m. The shooting occurred just before 9 p.m.
Alton Sterling was fatally shot by two officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Tuesday. A day later, Philando Castile was killed by police during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights, Minnesota. Parts of both shootings were caught on videos that spread quickly across social media. Investigations into both those shootings are ongoing and no officers have been charged.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown said he and others in the police department participated in the planning of the rally.
Something people should understand nationally '-- BLM & Dallas PD have respect for each other. DPD was protecting marchers. Snipers did this.
'-- Mike Leslie (@MikeLeslieWFAA) July 8, 2016
Officers were posing for pictures with marchers and the mood was peaceful and light, officials said.
Police have released no evidence that the planners of the protest were involved in the shooting.
''Police officers are guardians of this great democracy, the freedom to protest, the freedom of speech, the freedom of expression, all freedoms we fight for with our lives, it's what makes us who we are as Americans,'' Brown said. ''So we risk our lives for those rights, so we won't militarize our policing standards, but we will do it in a much safer way every time.''
Brown said they had an ''adequate'' amount of officers and were doing the right thing to shut down traffic and protect people's right to protest.
''We are not going to let a coward who would ambush police officers change our democracy. We're not going to do it. Our city, our country is better than that,'' Brown said.
Four of the officers killed are from the Dallas Police Department. The fifth victim, Officer Brent Thompson, worked for the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) authority's police department.
A second victim was identified by family members as Dallas Officer Patrick Zamarripa.
The other officers have not yet been identified publicly and Brown said they are working to notify families of the victims.
One wounded officer has been identified as DART Officer Misty McBride. She is expected to survive.
''Some of the bravest men and women you ever want to be associated with,'' Brown said about the Dallas and DART police officers who responded to the shooting. ''You see video footage after video footage of them running toward gunfire from an elevated position with no chance to protect themselves. And to put themselves in harms way to make sure citizens can get to a place of security.
''So please join me in applauding these brave men and women who do this job under great scrutiny, under great vulnerability. Who literally risk their lives to protect our democracy. We don't feel much support most days, let's not make today most days. Please, we need your support to be able to protect you from men like these who carried out this tragic, tragic event. Pray for these families,'' Brown said.
Philando Castile: 5 Fast Facts You Need to KnowPhilando Castile died after being shot by a police officer in Falcon Heights, Minnesota while his girlfriend, Lavish Reynolds captured the shooting on Facebook Live.
Click here to read moreOfficer Brent Thompson: 5 Fast Facts You Need to KnowOfficer Brent Thompson, the first slain officer shot in Dallas identified, had trained Iraqi and Afghan police. He was 43, and a newlywed of two week.
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TX Governor Greg Abbott: Dallas Gunman Micah Xavier Johnson ''Left Well Outlined Manifesto'''...
Sat, 09 Jul 2016 16:29
Texas governor Greg Abbott revealed the Dallas shooter, Micah X Johnson, left a complete manifesto discussing his ideological beliefs and grievances. So it should not be too difficult for the FBI and local law enforcement to identify his specific motive, and allegiances.
In addition, the Daily Mail is revealing his home was filled with bomb making material, ballistic vests, rifles, ammunition and a personal journal of combat tactics. However, you can be guaranteed we won't find the MSM chasing down that manifesto any time soon; it cuts against their preferred narrative.
According to Chuck Ross at The Daily Caller Micah Johnson's Facebook page suggests that he supported the Black Power movement and black activist groups.
His page shows that he ''liked'' the several Black Lives Matter chapters, including those in St. Paul and Minneapolis, where Philando Castile was killed by a police officer during a traffic stop on Wednesday.
He also ''liked'' the Huey P. Newton Gun Club. The group, which is named after the founder of the Black Panthers, is headquartered in Dallas. The group's website does not include any images of Johnson or references to him.
One picture from Johnson's Facebook page shows him holding up a ''black power'' fist while wearing traditional African attire. A vehicle with a Texas license plate can be seen in the background. (read more link)
Pictured: Micah Johnson with Professor Griff of Public Enemy
Police kill more whites than blacks, but minority deaths generate more outrage: analysis - Washington Times
Fri, 08 Jul 2016 20:24
Nobel Prize-winning novelist Toni Morrison says she wants to see an officer shoot an unarmed white teenager in the back before agreeing that the ''conversation about race'' is over, but she almost certainly already has received her wish.
An analysis released last week shows that more white people died at the hands of law enforcement than those of any other race in the last two years, even as the Justice Department, social-justice groups and media coverage focus on black victims of police force.
''People keep saying, 'We need to have a conversation about race,''' Ms. Morrison told the (U.K.) Telegraph in an April 19 interview.
''This is the conversation. I want to see a cop shoot a white unarmed teenager in the back,'' said Ms. Morrison, who also has won the Pulitzer Prize for her work, which includes the bestsellers ''Beloved'' and ''Song of Solomon.'' ''And I want to see a white man convicted for raping a black woman. Then when you ask me, 'Is it over?', I will say yes.''
Her comments reflect a widespread view that blacks are routinely targeted by law enforcement while whites shot by police are a rarity. Outrage has surged in recent weeks over the high-profile deaths of black men at the hands of police, notably 50-year-old Walter Scott of South Carolina, who was shot in the back and killed April 4 as he tried to run away from an officer after a traffic stop.
The officer who shot him, Michael Slager, has been charged with murder, and the Justice Department is investigating the case for civil rights violations. Department officials announced Tuesday that they have opened a federal probe into the death of Freddie Gray, 25, who died Sunday from injuries sustained while in Baltimore police custody.
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Meanwhile, the deaths of whites at the hands of law enforcement typically receive less attention, even when the case is shrouded in controversy. For example, Gilbert Collar, an 18-year-old white student at the University of South Alabama, was shot and killed while naked, unarmed and under the influence of drugs by a black police officer.
The officer, Trevis Austin, was cleared of wrongdoing in 2013 by a Mobile County grand jury in a case that received little media coverage outside Alabama. Mr. Collar's parents filed a federal lawsuit last year against the officer.
As researchers are quick to point out, FBI data on police shootings by race is notoriously incomplete, which may explain why Peter Moskos, assistant professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice at the City University of New York, decided to use figures from the website Killed by Police.
Based on that data, Mr. Moskos reported that roughly 49 percent of those killed by officers from May 2013 to April 2015 were white, while 30 percent were black. He also found that 19 percent were Hispanic and 2 percent were Asian and other races.
His results, posted last week on his blog Cop in the Hood, arrived with several caveats, notably that 25 percent of the website's data, which is drawn largely from news reports, failed to show the race of the person killed.
Killed by Police lists every death, justified or not, including those in which the officer had been wounded or acted in self-defense.
''The data doesn't indicate which shootings are justified (the vast majority) and which are cold-blooded murder (not many, but some). And maybe that would vary by race. I don't know, but I doubt it,'' Mr. Moskos said on his blog.
Adjusted to take into account the racial breakdown of the U.S. population, he said black men are 3.5 times more likely to be killed by police than white men. But also adjusted to take into account the racial breakdown in violent crime, the data actually show that police are less likely to kill black suspects than white ones.
''If one adjusts for the racial disparity in the homicide rate or the rate at which police are feloniously killed, whites are actually more likely to be killed by police than blacks,'' said Mr. Moskos, a former Baltimore cop and author of the book ''Cop in the Hood.''
''Adjusted for the homicide rate, whites are 1.7 times more likely than blacks die at the hands of police,'' he said. ''Adjusted for the racial disparity at which police are feloniously killed, whites are 1.3 times more likely than blacks to die at the hands of police.''
Mr. Moskos listed two possible reasons for the racial disparity. The first is that police assigned to largely black neighborhoods face ''more political fallout when they shoot, and thus receive better training and are less inclined to shoot.''
The second is that police assigned to black communities with high crime rates are more accustomed to dangerous situations and thus are more likely to be able to resolve them without resort to lethal force.
Figures on police shootings by race are thin on the ground, but Mr. Moskos's results have some support: The investigative journalism website ProPublica came up with a similar percentage in an Oct. 10 article, reporting that 44 percent of all those killed by police were white, using FBI data from 1980 to 2012.
The fact-checking website PolitiFact concluded in August 2014 that police kill more whites than blacks after the claim was made by conservative commentator Michael Medved. PolitiFact cited data from the Centers for Disease Control on fatal injuries by ''legal intervention'' from 1999 to 2011.
''Over the span of more than a decade, 2,151 whites died by being shot by police compared to 1,130 blacks. In that respect, Medved is correct,'' said PolitiFact.
But PolitiFact gave his assertion a ''half true'' rating because whites make up 63 percent of the population, while blacks make up just 12 percent.
''Yes, more whites than blacks die as a result of an encounter with police, but whites also represent a much bigger chunk of the total population,'' PolitiFact said in its Aug. 21 post.
But PolitiFact did not take into account the percentage of those by race involved in violent crime or shootings of police, as Mr. Moskos did.
Despite the recent flood of media coverage involving police shootings, Mr. Moskos advised his readers to ''keep all this morbidity in perspective,'' reminding them that very few people, white or black, will ever be shot or killed by police.
''The odds that any given black man will shoot and kill a police officer in any given year is slim to none, about one in a million. The odds for any given white man? One in four million,'' he said. ''The odds that a black man will be shot and killed by a police officer is about 1 in 60,000. For a white man those odds are 1 in 200,000.''
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'Black Lives Matter' Supporters Celebrate Murder of Dallas Cops >> Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind!
Fri, 08 Jul 2016 19:34
'Black Lives Matter' supporters responded to the sniper attack in Dallas by celebrating the murder of the five police officers who were gunned down in cold blood.
BLM sympathizers took to Twitter to express their joy at the carnage, with one commenting, ''Y'all pigs got what was coming for y'all.''
''Next time a group wants to organize a police shoot, do like Dallas tonight, but have extra men/women to flank the Pigs!,'' added another.
''Dude hell yeah someone is shooting pigs in dallas. Solidarity,'' commented another user.
''DALLAS keep smoking dem pigs keep up the work,'' remarked another.
Last night's events in Dallas were as painfully predictable as they were tragic.
As I wrote almost a year ago after BLM supporters had plotted to bomb a police station in Ferguson, ''Black Lives Matter cannot be described as anything other than a domestic terrorist organization.''
One had to look no further than the fact that the ideological guru behind 'Black Lives Matter' '' the individual whom its founders cite as their inspiration '' Assata Shakur '' is a convicted cop killer who is on the FBI's 'Most Wanted Terrorists' list.
BLM protesters have also repeatedly invoked violent rhetoric. During a march in New York, demonstrators chanted, ''What do we want? Dead cops. When do we want it? Now!''
BLM agitators have also used the refrain ''pigs in a blanket, fry 'em like bacon!'' on numerous occasions to promote violence against police officers.
A selection of tweets illustrating how 'Black Lives Matter' supporters are celebrating last night's sniper attack appears below.
Footage also shows agitators dancing in front of and mocking police officers after a convenience store was looted.
As the video below documents, 'Black Lives Matter' is a dangerous and divisive group that has only worsened the problems it set out to resolve.
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Use of robot in Dallas highlights tactical opportunities, ethical questions for police - LA Times
Fri, 08 Jul 2016 20:57
Negotiators had been talking for hours with the hunkered-down killer of five police officers in downtown Dallas when the man suddenly resumed firing with an assault rifle.
Fearing additional casualties, the officers deployed a small, remote-controlled robot to carry an explosive device near shooter Micah Xavier Johnson, which they then detonated, killing him.
''We saw no other option but to use our bomb robot and place a device on its extension for it to detonate where the suspect was,'' Police Chief David Brown said at a news conference Friday morning. ''Other options would have exposed our officers to grave danger .'... We have confirmed that he's been deceased because of the detonation of the bomb.''
The Dallas Police Department's unprecedented use of an explosive-laden robot to kill an armed suspect ushers in a new phase in the militarization of U.S. police departments.
The tactic illustrates the lifesaving opportunities presented by advancing technologies and the transfer of second-hand military equipment to local police departments.
But it also raises difficult ethical questions about how and when such technologies should be deployed to allow police to kill a suspect with little or no risk to themselves.
As police departments acquire more robots that were once seen only in war zones, civilian law enforcement officers are pushing into territory forged by the CIA and the U.S. Air Force to kill terrorists, said Ryan Calo, an assistant law professor at the University of Washington in Seattle and an expert on robotics and the law.
''This is not the beginning of killer robotics, domestically, but it is hard to distinguish this and a drone strike,'' Calo said. ''The police had exhausted their other options, they thought.''
Like in the military's lethal drone program, ''they are also trying to minimize collateral damage here. They don't want to risk officers' safety,'' he said.
While the U.S. military has hundreds of lethal flying drones and a menagerie of other armed robots, there are no known operational programs involving lethal unmanned ground vehicles.
In the wake of the Dallas standoff, Calo said more robots might be used to confront armed suspects.
''Any court would absolve these officers and would do so on the basis of the fact that they were authorized to use force,'' Calo said. ''This was, after all, a creative solution to a very challenging problem. You might see other police asking themselves, 'Do we have a robot?'''
The use of the robot in Dallas was made possible largely thanks to federal programs that have moved billions of dollars' worth of surplus military equipment into the hands of local police agencies.
The Pentagon set up a program in 1997 that gave unneeded military equipment such as mine-resistant armored vehicles, grenade launchers and bomb-disposal robots to local police for free. It also includes more mundane things like clothing and office supplies, tools and rescue equipment. Since its inception, the program has transferred more than $6 billion worth of property to more than 8,000 law enforcement agencies enrolled in the program.
The program came under scrutiny after police departments in Ferguson, Mo., and elsewhere used heavy-duty military equipment to quell local protests. President Obama ultimately scaled back the federal program in May 2015, but law enforcement agencies can still acquire basic equipment, such as riot gear, guns and armored trucks.
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While it was not immediately clear what type of robot the Dallas Police Department used to kill Johnson, the Dallas County Sheriff's Department in April 2014 did receive through the Pentagon program a bomb-disposal robot valued at $10,000.
Arthur Holland Michel, co-director of the Center for the Study of the Drone at Bard Collage in New York, said the lethal use of a robot is likely going to draw a lot of attention from law enforcement.
He said the MARCbot, which is primarily designed for delivering a remote view in life-threatening instances and handling live ordinance, has been jury-rigged by troops in Iraq to attack targets with mines.
At about 19 inches wide and 13 inches tall, the MARCbot is small and relatively inexpensive. Short for Multifunction, Agile, Remote-Controlled Robot, the device is made by Exponent Inc., an engineering and research firm in Menlo Park, Calif.
Holland Michel said police departments have been using robots for years. They were deployed at the World Trade Center after the Sept. 11 attacks. Their popularity increased with the aid of the Pentagon's surplus program, he said, saying the program has provided police with at least 400 robots nationwide.
As far as ethical problems, Holland Michel said: ''These robots are not autonomous. They do not make decisions on their own. They are sophisticated remote-control systems.''
Although it is an unusual tactic, police have used robots during armed standoffs before. In April 2011, police in Blountville, Tenn., chased a murder suspect to a double-wide trailer. During the ensuing confrontation, police rolled a bomb squad robot into the trailer and had it detonate a tear gas grenade, according to a police incident report released to the Bristol Herald Courier newspaper. The explosion started a fire and the suspect escaped before turning himself in two days later.
In November 2014, a SWAT team in Albuquerque, N.M., requested ''robot assistance'' to subdue an armed suspect barricaded inside a motel room. ''The Bomb Squad robot was able to deploy chemical munitions into the subject's motel room, which led to the subject's surrender," according to the Albuquerque Police Department's description of the incident.
''The use of robots is widespread on the military side and increasing on the civilian side '' and it's not just law enforcement,'' said Peter W. Singer, a fellow at the nonpartisan New America Foundation and author of ''Wired for War.'' ''It's no longer the stuff of science fiction.''
Staff writer David Pierson contributed to this report.
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Dallas police used bomb robot to kill shooting suspect | Fox News
Sat, 09 Jul 2016 04:51
Dallas police used an explosive device attached to a robot to kill a suspect in the coordinated sniper attack that killed five officers Thursday, in what experts say is a first for U.S. law enforcement.
In a press conference Police Chief David Brown explained that the robot was deployed on the second floor of El Centro College in downtown Dallas following a standoff early Friday.
''We cornered one suspect and we tried to negotiate for several hours - negotiations broke down, we had an exchange of gunfire with the suspect,'' he said. ''We saw no other option but to use our bomb robot and place a device on its extension for it to detonate where the suspect was,'' he said.
Brown explained that ''other options'' would have exposed the police officers to great danger.
The police chief confirmed that the suspect was killed by the bomb's detonation, noting that reports the suspect killed himself were inaccurate.
Specific details of the robot used by Dallas Police have not been released.
The Dallas Police's deployment of its bomb robot Friday is the first time that a police force has used the technology to kill a suspect, according to defense expert Peter Singer. In a tweet, Singer noted that the MARCbot machine, which is designed to tackle bombs such as IEDs, has been used as a weapon in Iraq.
The Dallas Police Department has not yet responded to a request for comment on this story from FoxNews.com.
Police consultant and retired L.A.P.D Lieutenant Raymond Foster told FoxNews.com that he is not aware of any robot bombs in the possession of law enforcement. ''I suspect [Dallas Police] used their bomb robot in some improvised manner,'' he added.
In his press conference, Brown praised the work done by the police negotiator during the standoff before the bomb robot was sent in.
''Our hostage negotiator did an exceptional job getting this suspect to talk before he died, during the hours of negotiation that eventually broke down,'' he said.
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How the Dallas Police Used an Improvised Killer Robot to Take Down the Gunman
Sat, 09 Jul 2016 16:43
Following the tragic deaths of five police officers in Dallas, Texas, during a rally for Alton Sterling and Philando Castile on Thursday night, the Dallas Police Department deployed a small robot designed to investigate and safely discharge explosives.
Officers attached a bomb to the robot ad hoc style '-- detonating it and killing the sniper while keeping the investigators out of harm's way.
According to companies who manufacture bomb disposal robots interviewed by The Intercept '-- none were aware of their bots ever being turned into lethal weapons, though one company acknowledged the robots can be adapted to hold weapons.
A spokesperson from Pedsco, a company in Canada that supplies robots to other jurisdictions in Texas, confirmed that he did not ''know of any instances of an explosive used to disable a suspect'' attached to a robot owned by law enforcement.
Pedsco denied any comment on its own robots, citing possible confidentiality conflicts with customers, but pointed to instances where EOD robots had been used offensively, such as a 1993 case where Prince George's County Police Department deployed a water cannon attached to a robot to disarm a suspect hiding in a closet.
''The robots often have mounts that allow various tools to be used remotely, including water cannons (disruptors) and shotguns,'' he continued. ''The robots are designed to remotely deal with suspected packages, so remotely dealing with armed subjects would not be that much different (except that IEDs don't move).''
Eric Ivers, the President of RoboteX, which sells robots to police departments in Texas (though not in Dallas), said that the use of a police robot to kill someone was unprecedented. ''We are not aware of any robot, from any company, having been used for this purpose before,'' he wrote in an email to The Intercept.
According to a 2009 Seattle Police Department presentation, the SPD's bomb squad uses a robot made by Northrop Grumman, the REMOTEC Andros '-- which the Dallas PD also owns. It costs almost $200,000, weighs 425 pounds, and is useful for ''bomb call out,'' ''SWAT Operations,'' ''Surveillance,'' and more.
The accessories and weapons listed include a 12 gauge semi-automatic shotgun, a water cannon, hooks, blades, talons, and an x-ray system.
Other robots can deploy chemical agents or shoot TASERs.
Even in the military, surveillance and safety robots are almost never used for lethal attacks. There are only a few instances reported, also improvised, according to Peter Singer, a strategist and senior fellow at the Washington-based think-tank New America Foundation. ''I've never heard of another similar police use [of bomb robots] '... and it's not established doctrine in the military at all,'' he told The Intercept.
Security researchers have expressed concernthat any technology haphazardly turned into a weapon escalates the concern of it being hacked.
However, companies have been selling drones and robots as multi-faceted, sometime violent tools for law enforcement for years. The Guardianreported in 2013 that one product, the ''Switchblade,'' had been advertised as ''the ultimate assassin bug,'' allowing law enforcement to pilot a small drone and then lunge it forward and kill a target.
The Dallas Police Department has refused to confirm which robot was used against the suspect on Friday morning, but several reports have noted that the city's public records have identified prior purchases from Remotec, a Northrop Grumman subsidiary. Both Dallas police and Northrop declined to comment to The Intercept '-- or elucidate on which types of explosives were deployed or how they were attached.
Operation "Summer of Chaos" exposed: Obama Admin, Soros, Black Lives Matter, plan to activate martial law before General Election revealed >> Intellihub
Fri, 08 Jul 2016 21:00
(INTELLIHUB) Black Lives Matter leader Deray McKesson had two of his email accounts hacked last Friday, along with his Twitter, according to reports.Reports indicate that the perpetrators successfully hacked into several of McKesson's accounts after posing as McKesson to a Verizon Wireless Tech Support operator in order to gain access and post a provocative Tweet which endorsed Donald J. Trump for the Presidential bid.
''At 10:31 a.m., an individual called Verizon posing as Mr. Mckesson and convinced a technician to change the unique SIM associated with the activist's phone, allowing the hacker or hackers responsible to have his messages rerouted to a different device. The culprit then requested password reset codes for Mr. Mckesson's Twitter and other internet accounts, and subsequently gained access by intercepting those codes when they were sent as text messages,'' the Washington Times reported.
However, the mainline press made no mention of the real purpose for the hack, which was to obtain secret information about a George Soros and Obama Administration sponsored plot, an elaborate operation dubbed the ''Summer of Chaos,'' which is aimed at shutting down both the Democratic National Convention and the Republican National Convention in order to trigger martial law nationwide, keeping President Barack H. Obama in the White House beyond his allotted two terms under National Security Presidential Directives.
Shockingly, in a private message purportedly obtained and released by the hackers, , a Black Lives Matter activist, said that law enforcement officials ''will not be ready for the type of crowds'' that the group will be bringing which are designed to shutdown the convention and create ''disruptions nationwide.''
The group plans to bring more than 10,000 people to create chaos July 18-21 in both Philadelphia and Cleveland, according to the leaked PMs.
The following is the private Twitter exchange in question, between Deray McKesson and Samuel Sinyangwe in question:
Via @samswey/Twitter Via @samswey/TwitterTo top it all off, the ''Summer of Chaos'' plan goes all the way up to the Obama Administration and even involves U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, according to leaked messages.
As you can see in the Tweets below, this operation goes all the way to the U.S. Department of Justice with mention of ''Mrs. Lynch.''
Via All News Pipeline '-- Twitter Via All News Pipeline '-- Twitter Via All News Pipeline '-- TwitterThe Obama Admin, in conjunction with Soros and the BLM movement, is pushing for martial law from the top down and plans to burn Trump publicly as a racist by the end of the Democratic and Republican National Conventions in late July.
Additionally, Youtuber John Smith released a video containing leaked details of what may be planned or what officials are anticipating to happen by the year's end, such as ''sporadic isolated riots and civil disturbances.''
Smith's information also alludes to the fact the the United Nations may even get involved on U.S. soil.
Additionally, Youtuber DAHB007 reported exactly how Deray McKesson's accounts were successfully hacked:
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Additional Source: Bombshell Proof Emerges Black Lives Matter Pushing For Martial Law And No Elections After Hacked Twitter DM's Find BLM Leaders Scheming With Obama Administration '-- All News Pipeline
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The Gun Used by the Dallas Police Murderer is Revealed. It's Not What Most People Thought.
Sat, 09 Jul 2016 17:34
As the nation begins to wrap its head around what happened in Dallas, Texas last night during a protest against police shootings, certain factions are already shifting blame from the suspect in the case to the firearms used.
''When people are armed with powerful weapons, unfortunately it makes attacks like these more deadly and tragic,'' President Obama said at a press conference during a trip to Poland. ''In the days ahead we're going to have to consider those realities.''
However, the rifle used by the suspect in the Dallas murders wasn't an AR-15 variant rifle as many people originally thought. No, in fact the gun used was a 70+ year old relic that would not meet the definition of an ''assault weapon'' under most state laws. CBS News is reporting that the firearm used was an SKS rifle.
Unlike the Sig Sauer MCX rifle used in the Orlando terror attacks, which had similar features, controls and magazine to AR-15 style rifles, the SKS rifle used in Dallas couldn't be more different.
The rifle has a non removeable 10 round magazine and uses a heavy, traditional wood stock. None of the features that states such as California, Massachusetts, and New York use to classify so called ''assault weapons'' such as a pistol grip, forward vertical grip, removable magazine or other cosmetic features. According to the Wikipedia article on the firearm:
The SKS is a Soviet semi-automatic carbine chambered for the 7.62—39mm round, designed in 1943 by Sergei Gavrilovich Simonov. Its complete designation, SKS-45, is an initialism for Samozaryadnyj Karabin sistemy Simonova, 1945 (Russian: ÐамозаÑядный каÑабин системы Ðимонова, 1945; Self-loading Carbine of (the) Simonov system, 1945). In the early 1950s, the Soviets took the SKS carbine out of front-line service and replaced it with the AK-47; however, the SKS remained in second-line service for decades. It is still used as a ceremonial firearm today.
The SKS was widely exported, and was also produced by some former Eastern Bloc nations as well as China, where it was designated the ''Type 56 Carbine'', East Germany as the Karabiner S and in North Korea as the ''Type 63''. The SKS is currently popular on the civilian surplus market as a hunting and marksmanship semi-automatic rifle in many countries, including the United States, Canada, and New Zealand. Its age and numbers make it very inexpensive to purchase. The SKS was the second firearm to be chambered for the 7.62—39mm M43 round, with the first being the RPD.
While there are aftermarket parts for the rifle that can increase its magazine capacity and change its looks, it does not change the fact that this is a firearm that was designed while World War II was still taking place. Often, changing these parts greatly reduces the reliability of the rifle.
The suspect in Dallas also reportedly used a handgun of a currently unknown type.
Source: CBS News
FOR annual report
Sat, 09 Jul 2016 17:29
Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. ABOUT THE FELLOWSHIPFOR's Vision: We envision a world of justice, peace, and freedom. It is a revolutionary vision of a beloved community where differences are respected, conflicts are addressed nonviolently, oppressive structures are dismantled, and where people live in harmony with the earth, nurtured by diverse spiritual traditions that foster compassion, solidarity, and reconciliation.FOR's Mission: FOR-USA seeks to replace violence, war, racism, and economic injustice with nonviolence, peace, and justice. We are an interfaith organization committed to active nonviolence as a transforming way of life and as a means of radical change. We educate, train, build coalitions, and engage in nonviolent and compassionate actions locally, nationally, and globally.Since 1915, The Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR) has carried on programs and educational projects concerned with domestic and international peace and justice, nonviolent alternatives to conflict, and the rights of conscience. A nonviolent, interfaith, tax exempt organization, FOR promotes nonvio-lence and has members from many religious and ethnic traditions. It is a part of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR), which has affiliates in over 40 countries.FOR National CouncilMalik Nadeem Abid Mark MeadeMichael Baxter Greta MickeyIsaac Beachy James E. MurphyWilliam Bontrager Bill NorthrupAndrea Briggs Kaeley Pruitt-HammLaurie Childers Tashi RabtenDaniel Delapava Abdelnasser RashidMichael Dunn Bill ScheurerSteve Jacobsen Phil StoltzfusLucas Johnson Rick Ufford-ChaseEva MacMaster Ariel VegesonDoug Mackey Mark MeadeFOR StaffManagement TeamMark C. Johnson, Ph.D., Executive DirectorHillary Gaston, Sr., D.Min., Chief Operations OfficerProgram TeamJohn Lindsay-Poland, Director, Analysis and Latin America & The CaribbeanSusana Pimiento-Chamorro, Director, Action and Latin America & The CaribbeanLiza Smith, Director, Accompaniment in ColombiaShauen Pearce, Director, Social, Economic & Racial JusticeLeila Zand, Director, Civilian Diplomacy and the Middle EastOrganizational Advancement and CommunicationsEthan Vesely-Flad, Communications DirectorJonette O'Kelley Miller, MPA, Development DirectorLinda Kelly, Development AssistantNicole Taylor, Data Entry AssistantOperations and FinanceHillary Gaston, Sr., D.Min., Chief Operations OfficerKaren Heuer, BookkeeperMary Heckler, Events Coordinator & Peace House HostTom Morrison, Receptionist & Contact SpecialistMeredith Krashes Nicolich, Administrative AssistantAccompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents.
Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents.
Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. While this communication is retrospective and covers a period outside the current fiscal calendar, it is, in effect, the last opportunity I will have as the outgoing executive director to try to convey my gratitude for the opportu-nity to be of service to the Fellowship of Reconciliation for the past six years. The first step of gratitude is to have been identified with what is now approaching 100 years of service to the principles of truth and love to advance the work of social justice through active nonviolence. Sadly, the work is no less urgent today than when it began in 1915, than when I became associated with it as a conscientious objector in 1969, than when I was engaged as the executive director in 2007, or than it will be when my successor is secured. But one of the simple truths is that the fact we are still present to the work is important and necessary in its own right The second step of gratitude is to have had the support of members and volunteers as activists and proponents of the pacifist agenda, as local chapter and affiliate represen-tatives of the work on the ground, and as National Council and Task Force members. The continued legitimacy of this work is dependent on this cadre of support and engagement. I have had the privilege to serve with three supremely well qualified national chairpersons, Ed McManus, Paul Dekar and Andrea Briggs, around whom a solid team of leadership was formed. I believe FOR is a stronger organization than ever as a result of our partnership. The third step of gratitude is to have had the company of a dedicated and talented staff, again one of the most important legacies of FOR. In the small circle of just over a dozen people we see commitment to and experience in the work on five continents, involvement in networks that reach into every corner of the peace and social justice movements in the United States, and creative, selfless, sacrificial contribution to often thankless demands. I will cherish these friendships long beyond this period of service. The final step of gratitude is to have had the capacity and the willingness to stretch into financial support of the work of FOR. I am blessed with a life-partner who has grown into the fullest appreciation of the need to use our assets as well as our talents to support this work. We have made a point to position ourselves among the major donors to FOR's work to provide a model for such support, and with the good fortune of a pension from my last career with the YMCA, to step up this giving in our last year as the highest paid employee of FOR. It is this last step of grati-tude where FOR, and all non-profits that rely on charitable support, are most challenged. The national and global economies are such that prospective donors are more cautious and less able to extend support. And as happy as we are to have a larger pool of partners in this work, the choices become increasingly difficult among groups. But I leave most anxious about this need to sustain the work of FOR into its second hundred years. My parting hope is that you share my gratitude and confidence in the importance of the work, the generous work of volunteers on our behalf, the stalwart service of profession-als and that you continue to recognize and contribute to the sustenance of FOR with your gifts. The stories here should give you hope and courage to that end. Preach Peace, Pray for Peace, Practice Peace, Mark C Johnson, PhD Executive DirectorAccompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents.Gentlefriends: REFLECTIONS FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents.What shall I highlight for you about FOR's year past? For me personally the year has brought the end of my time as chair of theNational Council, an occasion for celebrat-ing the new things we as a board accom-plished, and taking note of those things not yet done. As a board, we have embraced new ways of conceiving the work FOR does, as an organization rooted in the membership, the local chapters, the peace fellowships and our other affiliates. We have come to terms with the soon departure of a well-loved and exceedingly competent executive director, and begun the process of hiring a new one. We have furthered our own capacity as a smoothly-functioning community which honors and relies on the various faith traditions of our board members. And you see, already, looking to the future '' the next National Council chair, the next executive director, it is satisfying to me that the National Council and the staff, and the national membership as a whole provide well-integrated continuity in the midst of change. FOR more broadly must look both back-ward and forward, as we soon reach the end of our first century as an organization. A milestone of this magnitude motivates grati-tude for the women and men who have preceded us, self-examination regarding one's own commitment and contribution, and hope and eagerness for both forming FOR's future and seeing it revealed. We turn to all of you readers to remember where we have been, and imagine where there is next to go, and to join us in the many events now being planned for our Centennial Celebration. May there be moments for all of us of turning backward in remembrance, and forward in hope, without forgetting where we each are, right at this moment. May FOR be that motivator for each of us to take note of the daily chances right in front of us for shunning violence and making peace. Are you called to civil disobedience on behalf of the environment? Can you organize a gun-violence conversation in your house of worship? Do you know someone who needs a copy of FOR's latest booklet on the drug war?Do you know where your senators stand on US drone attacks? Can you sponsor someone to join our accompaniment team in Colombia? Please do, any of these things, today. Andrea Briggs Chair, National Council FOR USAMUSINGSFROM THE CHAIR OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL
Program Director Shauen V.T. Pearce focused on developing relationships with local community leaders addressing issues of economic inequities, violence, engaging youth, criminal justice reform and a lack of community sustainability. Shauen presented ''Faith, Race and Violence: Addressing History as We Work for Justice and Peace'' at the 26th annual Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America's meet-ing held at Eastern Mennonite University. The interactive workshop, which is a great model for religious peace fellowships and local groups, explored the historical relationship between faith, race and violence within the U.S., along with how our cultural perceptions impact our spirituality, and the opportunities and challenges we face in justice and peace work. This fiscal year, FOR-USA's Social, Economic and Racial Justice work centered aroundon four specific initiatives: Starbucks Boycott, The Take Back: New Orleans and Chicago, the Durban+10 Coalition and the development of a national intergenerational conference, 'The Future is NOW.'Starbucks Boycott Shauen, Executive Director Mark Johnson and FOR's Communications staff were instru-mental in creating and promoting the grass-roots strategy that successfully challenged Starbuck's claim of practicing Corporate Social Responsibility while also supporting the NRA's pro-gun agenda. Shauen was responsible for creating the 2012 action plan and helped create an organizing kit that addressed various communication needs. Along with the support of anti-gun violence groups, veterans, educators, and students, this movement was successful due to our strong partnerships with the National Gun Victims Action Council (NGAC), and the Episcopal Peace Fellowship.The Take Back: Crisis in New Orleans and Chicago New Orleans: To further assess and shed light on the ongoing economic and environ-mental crisis post-Katrina, Shauen undertook an outreach and exploration of the city. She connected with an amazing group of young artists who chose to use their gifts to teach Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents. nonviolence to students within the New Orleans Parish. FOR is also developing local relationships with a teachers' union that focuses on racial healing, the Plessy & Ferguson Foundation, and Caf(C) Reconcile '' a neighborhood nonprofit restaurant that also offers job-training and life skills to youth from at-risk communities. To further address community concerns of systemic violence, FOR Freeman Fellow Rev. Michael Harrington is creating a local FOR cohort that will serve as an action group comprised of local allies offering training and advisement. Chicago: In collaboration with local leaders, FOR surveyed the local community to identify the most immediate needs. Based on survey results, FOR-USA helped create community education collectives, and build alliances for the creation of a new food system '' specifi-cally for acquiring land to build a community center and a set of city-based farms. Partners for this endeavor include Northeastern Illinois University, and the Episcopal Peace Fellow-ship. Research has found that top factors for stemming the gun violence found in Chicago are psycho-social counseling, re-education, issues of identity, and food and shelter security. For the purpose of strengthening community wellness, the 1st annual C.H.A.S.E. Expo was hosted in partnership with the Alternative Education Research Institute (AERI). The one-day event was aimed at the Chicago public schools to continue efforts to reduce violence within various neighborhoods. Next year will see the launch of a series of sustainable community solutions. Durban+10 Coalition FOR has provided outreach, and program development for the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action's (DDPA) 10th anniver-sary conference. We joined the appeal from the Peoples' and Civil Society calling for the UN General Assembly to declare the ten year period 2012 to 2022 as the International Decade for People of African Descent. The DDPA provides a framework to address the religious attacks and the historical implications of the slave trade on today's society in view of the rise of neo-Nazi organizations in the U.S. Shauen also represented FOR-USA as a member of the UN NGO subcommittee that has been organized around the principles of DDPA. This committee is the only UN commit-tee to address issues of human rights, racism, xenophobia and religious intolerance.The Future is NOW (FIN) At the beginning of the fiscal year, Shauen initiated the idea of organizing a national intergenerational gathering to focus on today's economic realities. The aim was to raise issues that all communities hold in common, especially those fueling the cradle to prison/military pipeline. Plans are coming together with the conference which has been titled 'The Future is NOW.' The leadership team will comprise both the young and the young at heart. Major conference components will hilight spiritual/faith-based communities and intergenerational organizing. In addition to these activities, Shauen trained the peace marshals involved in the 'One Thousand Hoodies for Trayvon Martin' rally in Minnesota, served as a liaison with the local police, and helped to circumvent clashes between the police and peaceful members of the Nation of Islam. Shauen also represents FOR-USA on the World Social Forum Free Palestine Coordinating Committee/delegation for the USSF, and has written FOR's statement for the Senate Judicial Committee's first hearing on racial profiling post September 11.Be On Our Side FOR was a lead sponsor in this successful campaign launched in September. Organized by peace and anti-militarism activists in New York City, the campaign to end U.S. military aid to Israel, joined several other major U.S. cities including Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Washington, and Portland where ad campaigns promoting the policy message of aid to Israel were being broadcasted. The campaign is designed to stimulate open and honest discussion about the prospects of the United States' role in peace and in justice in its relationships to Palestine/Israel.Balata Arts of Resistance Delegation Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, FOR's Interfaith Peacewalks Coordinator, co-led a delegation to the Balata Camp near Ramallah in the West Bank. The delegation created murals with members of the local community. The murals illustrated the stories, memories, beauty and dreams of the children, people and families living in the midst of daily violence.Following are excerpts from a report by Rabbi Gottlieb from Nablus, Palestine: Balata Arts Delegation: Meeting with women in Palestine. '''...Today, Dara, Jared, and I joined George as he translated speeches from elected officials in Jenin to a special program out of University of California schools, including Irvine, called the Olive Tree Initiative. About 33 Jewish, Israeli, Palestinian, Muslim and Christian students travel together to learn each other's narratives and develop a sensitiv-ity to 'the situation' by being on the ground. As we stood before a sculpture of a larger-than-life-size horse, constructed with ambu-ulance parts collected after the Jenin battle of 2002, students expressed their deep appreci-ation for each other's presence and courage. The Olive Tree Initiative tries to hold a neutral position in relation to the conflict in order to create bridges of understanding among both Jewish and Palestinian communities. Students on the trip struggle to make sense of the dozens of stories they hear throughout Israel and Palestine. People are tired of occupation, tired of armed struggle, tired of restrictions and harassment. They just want to live a normal life. Almost every family in Palestine carries loss. One mother, Um Emad, the founder of the Women's Programme Center, still mourns the death of her eldest son, a photographer. He was shot during the second intifada while filming events. Like many injured people, Israeli soldiers on the scene did not permit the family or medical personnel to attend to his wounds, and he bled to death in the street. '... The women at the center recognized me from my last visit '... as did the representa-tives of the village of Ramona, which we visited after lunch. It's a wonderful feeling to return and return again and feel people's appreciation for the ongoing work of solidar-ity. One of the representatives, Husam, speaks Hebrew fluently, so we moved into a deeper conversation. He shared his experience of taking his son to the sea for the first and only time in his life. A Jewish Israeli friend drove them to Acco. His son flew like a bird across the sand and didn't want to leave. He asked his father, ''Why don't Palestinians have a sea?'' Husam is also a member of 'The Golden Walk,' a peacewalk organization of Palestin-ians and Jews who believe in nonviolence. Every month he enters Israel to be part of the circle. '...Today we met seven wonderful women who volunteer at the Women's Programme Center. The women chose the sites, which will be the subject of our work in the Balata Refugee Camp. One site is the only open space in the camp where children can play amidst the houses. Balata is about one square mile with a network of houses that are three story concrete buildings. The unofficial play-ground is an open space about 20 square feet, with blank walls and concrete ground that has four entrance ways. We are hoping to paint all four walls with images that arise from the hopes and dreams of the children living here. The second site is a remarkable area in the old city which features a faded mural of a woman washing clothes that was severely damaged during the second intifada. Beneath the mural, three martyrs are remembered by the community. The walls of Balata and Nablus are filled with the names of fighters as well as those in prison. The image of the rose and a flaming candle are typical forms of remembrance that families put on the exterior of their homes. The opportunity to paint a mural in the heart of the old city will involve us in a process with people in the neighborhood. We all feel very blessed for such an opportu-nity to work in this way with local artists and residents. Majdi, our guide and teacher, is responsible for making this possible. I also bought a dumbek in the market, and while sitting on a chair waiting for Jared to buy some toothpaste, an elder man noticed the drum and asked if I could play. So, I started to play beladi rhythms and immedi-ately attracted about 20 people who started clapping. Drums are a fantastic way to bring people together and we hope to play during our painting sessions.''Water Delegation to Afghanistan & Global Days of ListeningAlso in September, in partnership with the Inter-Faith Peacebuilders, and the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers, FOR-USA sponsored the Clean Water delegation to Afghanistan that was led by National Council member, Douglas Mackey, including his wife Jody Mackey and Larry Kerschner. Spending almost a month in Kabul and Bamiyan, FOR delega-tion members heeded the call of one Afghani mother whosaid their greatest need was for clean water. Delegation members brought training and construction supplies for bio-sand water filters, through Friendly Water for the World and DACAAR, a Denmark-based nonprofit. In Bamiyan, they joined the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers (AYPV) in building the water filters, participated in the Global Days of Listening project on September 21 with the Afghan youth, and, provided training in the Geo-graphic Information System for members of DACAAR to support their humanitarian aid work. In addition, they connected with Afghan womens' cooperatives in Kabul, and collected stories and experiences from Afghans for publishing and sharing in the United States on their return.YEAR IN REVIEWThe Brooklyn-based organization SOS (Save Our Streets) Crown Heights w\as the 2011 recipient of our National Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace Award. Pictured below is one of t\heir prize-winning banners.Fiscal Year 2012 was a busy time for the Fellowship of Reconciliation. We centralized our international and domestic work under the manifesto of ''Demilitarizing Life and Land (DLL).'' Our focus was to establish a foundation for our regional coordination strategy. Seeking to reinvigorate our regional and local relationships, we interviewed and connected with chapters and individual members based in identified regions to explore and support the issues being addressed in their local communities.In August 2011, Rev. Lucas Johnson and Rev. Osagyefo Sekou represented FOR as members of the African Heritage Delegation sponsored by the FOR-birthed organization Interfaith Peace-Builders. The first quarter saw FOR-USA participating in a planning conference in Chicago in preparation for the May 2012 NATO and the G8. During this period, we also led two delegations, one to Afghanistan and another to Balata, Palestine. In October, FOR was present for the Gandhi-King Conference in Memphis, Tennes-see, and also recognized by the Spring Valley - New York chapter of the NAACP with one of their Trailblazer Awards for our enduring work for peace, justice, and nonviolence.
Program Director Shauen V.T. Pearce focused on developing relationships with local community leaders addressing issues of economic inequities, violence, engaging youth, criminal justice reform and a lack of community sustainability. Shauen presented ''Faith, Race and Violence: Addressing History as We Work for Justice and Peace'' at the 26th annual Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America's meet-ing held at Eastern Mennonite University. The interactive workshop, which is a great model for religious peace fellowships and local groups, explored the historical relationship between faith, race and violence within the U.S., along with how our cultural perceptions impact our spirituality, and the opportunities and challenges we face in justice and peace work. This fiscal year, FOR-USA's Social, Economic and Racial Justice work centered aroundon four specific initiatives: Starbucks Boycott, The Take Back: New Orleans and Chicago, the Durban+10 Coalition and the development of a national intergenerational conference, 'The Future is NOW.'Starbucks Boycott Shauen, Executive Director Mark Johnson and FOR's Communications staff were instru-mental in creating and promoting the grass-roots strategy that successfully challenged Starbuck's claim of practicing Corporate Social Responsibility while also supporting the NRA's pro-gun agenda. Shauen was responsible for creating the 2012 action plan and helped create an organizing kit that addressed various communication needs. Along with the support of anti-gun violence groups, veterans, educators, and students, this movement was successful due to our strong partnerships with the National Gun Victims Action Council (NGAC), and the Episcopal Peace Fellowship.The Take Back: Crisis in New Orleans and Chicago New Orleans: To further assess and shed light on the ongoing economic and environ-mental crisis post-Katrina, Shauen undertook an outreach and exploration of the city. She connected with an amazing group of young artists who chose to use their gifts to teach Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents. nonviolence to students within the New Orleans Parish. FOR is also developing local relationships with a teachers' union that focuses on racial healing, the Plessy & Ferguson Foundation, and Caf(C) Reconcile '' a neighborhood nonprofit restaurant that also offers job-training and life skills to youth from at-risk communities. To further address community concerns of systemic violence, FOR Freeman Fellow Rev. Michael Harrington is creating a local FOR cohort that will serve as an action group comprised of local allies offering training and advisement. Chicago: In collaboration with local leaders, FOR surveyed the local community to identify the most immediate needs. Based on survey results, FOR-USA helped create community education collectives, and build alliances for the creation of a new food system '' specifi-cally for acquiring land to build a community center and a set of city-based farms. Partners for this endeavor include Northeastern Illinois University, and the Episcopal Peace Fellow-ship. Research has found that top factors for stemming the gun violence found in Chicago are psycho-social counseling, re-education, issues of identity, and food and shelter security. For the purpose of strengthening community wellness, the 1st annual C.H.A.S.E. Expo was hosted in partnership with the Alternative Education Research Institute (AERI). The one-day event was aimed at the Chicago public schools to continue efforts to reduce violence within various neighborhoods. Next year will see the launch of a series of sustainable community solutions. Durban+10 Coalition FOR has provided outreach, and program development for the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action's (DDPA) 10th anniver-sary conference. We joined the appeal from the Peoples' and Civil Society calling for the UN General Assembly to declare the ten year period 2012 to 2022 as the International Decade for People of African Descent. The DDPA provides a framework to address the religious attacks and the historical implications of the slave trade on today's society in view of the rise of neo-Nazi organizations in the U.S. Shauen also represented FOR-USA as a member of the UN NGO subcommittee that has been organized around the principles of DDPA. This committee is the only UN commit-tee to address issues of human rights, racism, xenophobia and religious intolerance.The Future is NOW (FIN) At the beginning of the fiscal year, Shauen initiated the idea of organizing a national intergenerational gathering to focus on today's economic realities. The aim was to raise issues that all communities hold in common, especially those fueling the cradle to prison/military pipeline. Plans are coming together with the conference which has been titled 'The Future is NOW.' The leadership team will comprise both the young and the young at heart. Major conference components will hilight spiritual/faith-based communities and intergenerational organizing. In addition to these activities, Shauen trained the peace marshals involved in the 'One Thousand Hoodies for Trayvon Martin' rally in Minnesota, served as a liaison with the local police, and helped to circumvent clashes between the police and peaceful members of the Nation of Islam. Shauen also represents FOR-USA on the World Social Forum Free Palestine Coordinating Committee/delegation for the USSF, and has written FOR's statement for the Senate Judicial Committee's first hearing on racial profiling post September 11.Be On Our Side FOR was a lead sponsor in this successful campaign launched in September. Organized by peace and anti-militarism activists in New York City, the campaign to end U.S. military aid to Israel, joined several other major U.S. cities including Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Washington, and Portland where ad campaigns promoting the policy message of aid to Israel were being broadcasted. The campaign is designed to stimulate open and honest discussion about the prospects of the United States' role in peace and in justice in its relationships to Palestine/Israel.Balata Arts of Resistance Delegation Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, FOR's Interfaith Peacewalks Coordinator, co-led a delegation to the Balata Camp near Ramallah in the West Bank. The delegation created murals with members of the local community. The murals illustrated the stories, memories, beauty and dreams of the children, people and families living in the midst of daily violence.Following are excerpts from a report by Rabbi Gottlieb from Nablus, Palestine: Balata Arts Delegation: Meeting with women in Palestine. '''...Today, Dara, Jared, and I joined George as he translated speeches from elected officials in Jenin to a special program out of University of California schools, including Irvine, called the Olive Tree Initiative. About 33 Jewish, Israeli, Palestinian, Muslim and Christian students travel together to learn each other's narratives and develop a sensitiv-ity to 'the situation' by being on the ground. As we stood before a sculpture of a larger-than-life-size horse, constructed with ambu-ulance parts collected after the Jenin battle of 2002, students expressed their deep appreci-ation for each other's presence and courage. The Olive Tree Initiative tries to hold a neutral position in relation to the conflict in order to create bridges of understanding among both Jewish and Palestinian communities. Students on the trip struggle to make sense of the dozens of stories they hear throughout Israel and Palestine. People are tired of occupation, tired of armed struggle, tired of restrictions and harassment. They just want to live a normal life. Almost every family in Palestine carries loss. One mother, Um Emad, the founder of the Women's Programme Center, still mourns the death of her eldest son, a photographer. He was shot during the second intifada while filming events. Like many injured people, Israeli soldiers on the scene did not permit the family or medical personnel to attend to his wounds, and he bled to death in the street. '... The women at the center recognized me from my last visit '... as did the representa-tives of the village of Ramona, which we visited after lunch. It's a wonderful feeling to return and return again and feel people's appreciation for the ongoing work of solidar-ity. One of the representatives, Husam, speaks Hebrew fluently, so we moved into a deeper conversation. He shared his experience of taking his son to the sea for the first and only time in his life. A Jewish Israeli friend drove them to Acco. His son flew like a bird across the sand and didn't want to leave. He asked his father, ''Why don't Palestinians have a sea?'' Husam is also a member of 'The Golden Walk,' a peacewalk organization of Palestin-ians and Jews who believe in nonviolence. Every month he enters Israel to be part of the circle. '...Today we met seven wonderful women who volunteer at the Women's Programme Center. The women chose the sites, which will be the subject of our work in the Balata Refugee Camp. One site is the only open space in the camp where children can play amidst the houses. Balata is about one square mile with a network of houses that are three story concrete buildings. The unofficial play-ground is an open space about 20 square feet, with blank walls and concrete ground that has four entrance ways. We are hoping to paint all four walls with images that arise from the hopes and dreams of the children living here. The second site is a remarkable area in the old city which features a faded mural of a woman washing clothes that was severely damaged during the second intifada. Beneath the mural, three martyrs are remembered by the community. The walls of Balata and Nablus are filled with the names of fighters as well as those in prison. The image of the rose and a flaming candle are typical forms of remembrance that families put on the exterior of their homes. The opportunity to paint a mural in the heart of the old city will involve us in a process with people in the neighborhood. We all feel very blessed for such an opportu-nity to work in this way with local artists and residents. Majdi, our guide and teacher, is responsible for making this possible. I also bought a dumbek in the market, and while sitting on a chair waiting for Jared to buy some toothpaste, an elder man noticed the drum and asked if I could play. So, I started to play beladi rhythms and immedi-ately attracted about 20 people who started clapping. Drums are a fantastic way to bring people together and we hope to play during our painting sessions.''Water Delegation to Afghanistan & Global Days of ListeningAlso in September, in partnership with the Inter-Faith Peacebuilders, and the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers, FOR-USA sponsored the Clean Water delegation to Afghanistan that was led by National Council member, Douglas Mackey, including his wife Jody Mackey and Larry Kerschner. Spending almost a month in Kabul and Bamiyan, FOR delega-tion members heeded the call of one Afghani mother whosaid their greatest need was for clean water. Delegation members brought training and construction supplies for bio-sand water filters, through Friendly Water for the World and DACAAR, a Denmark-based nonprofit. In Bamiyan, they joined the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers (AYPV) in building the water filters, participated in the Global Days of Listening project on September 21 with the Afghan youth, and, provided training in the Geo-graphic Information System for members of DACAAR to support their humanitarian aid work. In addition, they connected with Afghan womens' cooperatives in Kabul, and collected stories and experiences from Afghans for publishing and sharing in the United States on their return. Also in fiscal year 2012, we celebrated the following activists and organizations for their passion and commitment to establishing peace among the human family: Dr. Sonal Ambani received the 2011 International Pfeffer Peace Award. Dr. Ambani is the founder of World Peace 2012 - 2040. This initiative aspires to have 365 days of peace by the year 2040. Starting at the beginning of 2012, the heads of respective countries are asked to pledge and declare peace for the first day of each month that year. This means, as a day of peace, any country that is at war will agree to a ceasefire. It is hoped that each year following, another day of peace will be added per month. The Brooklyn-based organization ''SOS (Save Our Streets) Crown Heights'' was the 2011 recipient of our National Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace Award. SOS Crown Heights offers several initiatives including mediation and collaborating with clergy, churches, other community organizations, artists and youth for the purpose of ending gun violence in their neighborhood. The Rockland Immigration Coalition was FOR's 2011 winner of our Local Nyack Area Peace Award. The Rockland Immigration Coalition came into existence in 1999 as a grassroots community effort to address the health, legal and educational needs of immi-grants living in Rockland County. Run by a group of committed volunteers, the RIC continues to grow and expand both their advocacy and service efforts. http://forusa.org/blogs/linda-kelly/for-announces-peace-prize-winners-for-2011/8729For more peace awards, see: In keeping with Demilitarizing Life and Land, FOR's work was refreshed by the presence of two international fellows from the Washington, DC based International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX). As members of IREX's Community Solutions Program, Ricky Richard Anywar from Uganda and B. Abel Learwellie from Liberia were two of 64 experi-enced international leaders who participated in a four-month fellowship funded by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Each fellow brought his/her global perspective and practical work experience to local nonprofits while also gaining leadership and management skills they could later transfer and apply in their own community work. Ricky and Abel spent four months living and working in our national headquarters learning about FOR's work in Social, Economic and Racial Justice. As a part of ''I WILL NOT KILL,'' travelling to Chicago and the Bronx, their project work centered on researching the high rates of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) among youth and young adults due to gun violence, drug and alcohol abuse, poverty and generational, systemic oppression. FOR-USA also commemorated the ten-year anniversary of September 11, 2011. In 2001, following the tragedy, we stated: ''This is not a time for panic, suspicion, and hate. It is a time to draw upon the deep resources of faith and to examine our lives in the light of the oneness of the human family and the divine spirit that animates us all.'' Ten years later, we declare, ''Time will not heal all wounds, nor even teach us all the lessons we need to learn. Only loving-kindness and compassion, for ourselves and for others, will lead to true healing'...Holding our panic in check, suspecting only bigotry and demonization as betrayals of our human capacity, we can move forward in love.'' Peaceable reconciliation among the human family remains our mandate.top left photo: 2011 winner of FOR's National Martin Luther King Peace Award: members of SOS (Save Our Streets) Crown Heights staff with executive director Mark C. Johnson. Pictured starting 3rd from right, Derrick Scott, Outreach Worker Supervisor, Lisa Jones, Program Director, and Mark C. Johnson.top center photo: Dr. Sonal Ambani, 2011 winner of FOR's International Pfeffer Peace Award.top right photo: 2011 winner of FOR's Local Nyack Area Peace Award, the Rockland Immigration Coalition. 2012 Peace Awards
Program Director Shauen V.T. Pearce focused on developing relationships with local community leaders addressing issues of economic inequities, violence, engaging youth, criminal justice reform and a lack of community sustainability. Shauen presented ''Faith, Race and Violence: Addressing History as We Work for Justice and Peace'' at the 26th annual Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America's meet-ing held at Eastern Mennonite University. The interactive workshop, which is a great model for religious peace fellowships and local groups, explored the historical relationship between faith, race and violence within the U.S., along with how our cultural perceptions impact our spirituality, and the opportunities and challenges we face in justice and peace work. This fiscal year, FOR-USA's Social, Economic and Racial Justice work centered aroundon four specific initiatives: Starbucks Boycott, The Take Back: New Orleans and Chicago, the Durban+10 Coalition and the development of a national intergenerational conference, 'The Future is NOW.'Starbucks Boycott Shauen, Executive Director Mark Johnson and FOR's Communications staff were instru-mental in creating and promoting the grass-roots strategy that successfully challenged Starbuck's claim of practicing Corporate Social Responsibility while also supporting the NRA's pro-gun agenda. Shauen was responsible for creating the 2012 action plan and helped create an organizing kit that addressed various communication needs. Along with the support of anti-gun violence groups, veterans, educators, and students, this movement was successful due to our strong partnerships with the National Gun Victims Action Council (NGAC), and the Episcopal Peace Fellowship.The Take Back: Crisis in New Orleans and Chicago New Orleans: To further assess and shed light on the ongoing economic and environ-mental crisis post-Katrina, Shauen undertook an outreach and exploration of the city. She connected with an amazing group of young artists who chose to use their gifts to teach Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents. nonviolence to students within the New Orleans Parish. FOR is also developing local relationships with a teachers' union that focuses on racial healing, the Plessy & Ferguson Foundation, and Caf(C) Reconcile '' a neighborhood nonprofit restaurant that also offers job-training and life skills to youth from at-risk communities. To further address community concerns of systemic violence, FOR Freeman Fellow Rev. Michael Harrington is creating a local FOR cohort that will serve as an action group comprised of local allies offering training and advisement. Chicago: In collaboration with local leaders, FOR surveyed the local community to identify the most immediate needs. Based on survey results, FOR-USA helped create community education collectives, and build alliances for the creation of a new food system '' specifi-cally for acquiring land to build a community center and a set of city-based farms. Partners for this endeavor include Northeastern Illinois University, and the Episcopal Peace Fellow-ship. Research has found that top factors for stemming the gun violence found in Chicago are psycho-social counseling, re-education, issues of identity, and food and shelter security. For the purpose of strengthening community wellness, the 1st annual C.H.A.S.E. Expo was hosted in partnership with the Alternative Education Research Institute (AERI). The one-day event was aimed at the Chicago public schools to continue efforts to reduce violence within various neighborhoods. Next year will see the launch of a series of sustainable community solutions. Durban+10 Coalition FOR has provided outreach, and program development for the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action's (DDPA) 10th anniver-sary conference. We joined the appeal from the Peoples' and Civil Society calling for the UN General Assembly to declare the ten year period 2012 to 2022 as the International Decade for People of African Descent. The DDPA provides a framework to address the religious attacks and the historical implications of the slave trade on today's society in view of the rise of neo-Nazi organizations in the U.S. Shauen also represented FOR-USA as a member of the UN NGO subcommittee that has been organized around the principles of DDPA. This committee is the only UN commit-tee to address issues of human rights, racism, xenophobia and religious intolerance.The Future is NOW (FIN) At the beginning of the fiscal year, Shauen initiated the idea of organizing a national intergenerational gathering to focus on today's economic realities. The aim was to raise issues that all communities hold in common, especially those fueling the cradle to prison/military pipeline. Plans are coming together with the conference which has been titled 'The Future is NOW.' The leadership team will comprise both the young and the young at heart. Major conference components will hilight spiritual/faith-based communities and intergenerational organizing. In addition to these activities, Shauen trained the peace marshals involved in the 'One Thousand Hoodies for Trayvon Martin' rally in Minnesota, served as a liaison with the local police, and helped to circumvent clashes between the police and peaceful members of the Nation of Islam. Shauen also represents FOR-USA on the World Social Forum Free Palestine Coordinating Committee/delegation for the USSF, and has written FOR's statement for the Senate Judicial Committee's first hearing on racial profiling post September 11.Be On Our Side FOR was a lead sponsor in this successful campaign launched in September. Organized by peace and anti-militarism activists in New York City, the campaign to end U.S. military aid to Israel, joined several other major U.S. cities including Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Washington, and Portland where ad campaigns promoting the policy message of aid to Israel were being broadcasted. The campaign is designed to stimulate open and honest discussion about the prospects of the United States' role in peace and in justice in its relationships to Palestine/Israel.Balata Arts of Resistance Delegation Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, FOR's Interfaith Peacewalks Coordinator, co-led a delegation to the Balata Camp near Ramallah in the West Bank. The delegation created murals with members of the local community. The murals illustrated the stories, memories, beauty and dreams of the children, people and families living in the midst of daily violence.Following are excerpts from a report by Rabbi Gottlieb from Nablus, Palestine: Balata Arts Delegation: Meeting with women in Palestine. '''...Today, Dara, Jared, and I joined George as he translated speeches from elected officials in Jenin to a special program out of University of California schools, including Irvine, called the Olive Tree Initiative. About 33 Jewish, Israeli, Palestinian, Muslim and Christian students travel together to learn each other's narratives and develop a sensitiv-ity to 'the situation' by being on the ground. As we stood before a sculpture of a larger-than-life-size horse, constructed with ambu-ulance parts collected after the Jenin battle of 2002, students expressed their deep appreci-ation for each other's presence and courage. The Olive Tree Initiative tries to hold a neutral position in relation to the conflict in order to create bridges of understanding among both Jewish and Palestinian communities. Students on the trip struggle to make sense of the dozens of stories they hear throughout Israel and Palestine. People are tired of occupation, tired of armed struggle, tired of restrictions and harassment. They just want to live a normal life. Almost every family in Palestine carries loss. One mother, Um Emad, the founder of the Women's Programme Center, still mourns the death of her eldest son, a photographer. He was shot during the second intifada while filming events. Like many injured people, Israeli soldiers on the scene did not permit the family or medical personnel to attend to his wounds, and he bled to death in the street. '... The women at the center recognized me from my last visit '... as did the representa-tives of the village of Ramona, which we visited after lunch. It's a wonderful feeling to return and return again and feel people's appreciation for the ongoing work of solidar-ity. One of the representatives, Husam, speaks Hebrew fluently, so we moved into a deeper conversation. He shared his experience of taking his son to the sea for the first and only time in his life. A Jewish Israeli friend drove them to Acco. His son flew like a bird across the sand and didn't want to leave. He asked his father, ''Why don't Palestinians have a sea?'' Husam is also a member of 'The Golden Walk,' a peacewalk organization of Palestin-ians and Jews who believe in nonviolence. Every month he enters Israel to be part of the circle. '...Today we met seven wonderful women who volunteer at the Women's Programme Center. The women chose the sites, which will be the subject of our work in the Balata Refugee Camp. One site is the only open space in the camp where children can play amidst the houses. Balata is about one square mile with a network of houses that are three story concrete buildings. The unofficial play-ground is an open space about 20 square feet, with blank walls and concrete ground that has four entrance ways. We are hoping to paint all four walls with images that arise from the hopes and dreams of the children living here. The second site is a remarkable area in the old city which features a faded mural of a woman washing clothes that was severely damaged during the second intifada. Beneath the mural, three martyrs are remembered by the community. The walls of Balata and Nablus are filled with the names of fighters as well as those in prison. The image of the rose and a flaming candle are typical forms of remembrance that families put on the exterior of their homes. The opportunity to paint a mural in the heart of the old city will involve us in a process with people in the neighborhood. We all feel very blessed for such an opportu-nity to work in this way with local artists and residents. Majdi, our guide and teacher, is responsible for making this possible. I also bought a dumbek in the market, and while sitting on a chair waiting for Jared to buy some toothpaste, an elder man noticed the drum and asked if I could play. So, I started to play beladi rhythms and immedi-ately attracted about 20 people who started clapping. Drums are a fantastic way to bring people together and we hope to play during our painting sessions.''Water Delegation to Afghanistan & Global Days of ListeningAlso in September, in partnership with the Inter-Faith Peacebuilders, and the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers, FOR-USA sponsored the Clean Water delegation to Afghanistan that was led by National Council member, Douglas Mackey, including his wife Jody Mackey and Larry Kerschner. Spending almost a month in Kabul and Bamiyan, FOR delega-tion members heeded the call of one Afghani mother whosaid their greatest need was for clean water. Delegation members brought training and construction supplies for bio-sand water filters, through Friendly Water for the World and DACAAR, a Denmark-based nonprofit. In Bamiyan, they joined the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers (AYPV) in building the water filters, participated in the Global Days of Listening project on September 21 with the Afghan youth, and, provided training in the Geo-graphic Information System for members of DACAAR to support their humanitarian aid work. In addition, they connected with Afghan womens' cooperatives in Kabul, and collected stories and experiences from Afghans for publishing and sharing in the United States on their return. Also in fiscal year 2012, we celebrated the following activists and organizations for their passion and commitment to establishing peace among the human family: Dr. Sonal Ambani received the 2011 International Pfeffer Peace Award. Dr. Ambani is the founder of World Peace 2012 - 2040. This initiative aspires to have 365 days of peace by the year 2040. Starting at the beginning of 2012, the heads of respective countries are asked to pledge and declare peace for the first day of each month that year. This means, as a day of peace, any country that is at war will agree to a ceasefire. It is hoped that each year following, another day of peace will be added per month. The Brooklyn-based organization ''SOS (Save Our Streets) Crown Heights'' was the 2011 recipient of our National Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace Award. SOS Crown Heights offers several initiatives including mediation and collaborating with clergy, churches, other community organizations, artists and youth for the purpose of ending gun violence in their neighborhood. The Rockland Immigration Coalition was FOR's 2011 winner of our Local Nyack Area Peace Award. The Rockland Immigration Coalition came into existence in 1999 as a grassroots community effort to address the health, legal and educational needs of immi-grants living in Rockland County. Run by a group of committed volunteers, the RIC continues to grow and expand both their advocacy and service efforts. Ricky Richard Anywar in Uganda with a few of his students. In keeping with Demilitarizing Life and Land, FOR's work was refreshed by the presence of two international fellows from the Washington, DC based International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX). As members of IREX's Community Solutions Program, Ricky Richard Anywar from Uganda and B. Abel Learwellie from Liberia were two of 64 experi-enced international leaders who participated in a four-month fellowship funded by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Each fellow brought his/her global perspective and practical work experience to local nonprofits while also gaining leadership and management skills they could later transfer and apply in their own community work. Ricky and Abel spent four months living and working in our national headquarters learning about FOR's work in Social, Economic and Racial Justice. As a part of ''I WILL NOT KILL,'' travelling to Chicago and the Bronx, their project work centered on researching the high rates of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) among youth and young adults due to gun violence, drug and alcohol abuse, poverty and generational, systemic oppression. FOR-USA also commemorated the ten-year anniversary of September 11, 2011. In 2001, following the tragedy, we stated: ''This is not a time for panic, suspicion, and hate. It is a time to draw upon the deep resources of faith and to examine our lives in the light of the oneness of the human family and the divine spirit that animates us all.'' Ten years later, we declare, ''Time will not heal all wounds, nor even teach us all the lessons we need to learn. Only loving-kindness and compassion, for ourselves and for others, will lead to true healing'...Holding our panic in check, suspecting only bigotry and demonization as betrayals of our human capacity, we can move forward in love.'' Peaceable reconciliation among the human family remains our mandate.YEAR IN REVIEWFELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATIONB. Abel Leurwellie, speaking engagement at Grace Church in New York City.
Program Director Shauen V.T. Pearce focused on developing relationships with local community leaders addressing issues of economic inequities, violence, engaging youth, criminal justice reform and a lack of community sustainability. Shauen presented ''Faith, Race and Violence: Addressing History as We Work for Justice and Peace'' at the 26th annual Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America's meet-ing held at Eastern Mennonite University. The interactive workshop, which is a great model for religious peace fellowships and local groups, explored the historical relationship between faith, race and violence within the U.S., along with how our cultural perceptions impact our spirituality, and the opportunities and challenges we face in justice and peace work. This fiscal year, FOR-USA's Social, Economic and Racial Justice work centered aroundon four specific initiatives: Starbucks Boycott, The Take Back: New Orleans and Chicago, the Durban+10 Coalition and the development of a national intergenerational conference, 'The Future is NOW.'Starbucks Boycott Shauen, Executive Director Mark Johnson and FOR's Communications staff were instru-mental in creating and promoting the grass-roots strategy that successfully challenged Starbuck's claim of practicing Corporate Social Responsibility while also supporting the NRA's pro-gun agenda. Shauen was responsible for creating the 2012 action plan and helped create an organizing kit that addressed various communication needs. Along with the support of anti-gun violence groups, veterans, educators, and students, this movement was successful due to our strong partnerships with the National Gun Victims Action Council (NGAC), and the Episcopal Peace Fellowship.The Take Back: Crisis in New Orleans and Chicago New Orleans: To further assess and shed light on the ongoing economic and environ-mental crisis post-Katrina, Shauen undertook an outreach and exploration of the city. She connected with an amazing group of young artists who chose to use their gifts to teach Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents.PROGRAM WORK nonviolence to students within the New Orleans Parish. FOR is also developing local relationships with a teachers' union that focuses on racial healing, the Plessy & Ferguson Foundation, and Caf(C) Reconcile '' a neighborhood nonprofit restaurant that also offers job-training and life skills to youth from at-risk communities. To further address community concerns of systemic violence, FOR Freeman Fellow Rev. Michael Harrington is creating a local FOR cohort that will serve as an action group comprised of local allies offering training and advisement. Chicago: In collaboration with local leaders, FOR surveyed the local community to identify the most immediate needs. Based on survey results, FOR-USA helped create community education collectives, and build alliances for the creation of a new food system '' specifi-cally for acquiring land to build a community center and a set of city-based farms. Partners for this endeavor include Northeastern Illinois University, and the Episcopal Peace Fellow-ship. Research has found that top factors for stemming the gun violence found in Chicago are psycho-social counseling, re-education, issues of identity, and food and shelter security. For the purpose of strengthening community wellness, the 1st annual C.H.A.S.E. Expo was hosted in partnership with the Alternative Education Research Institute (AERI). The one-day event was aimed at the Chicago public schools to continue efforts to reduce violence within various neighborhoods. Next year will see the launch of a series of sustainable community solutions. Durban+10 Coalition FOR has provided outreach, and program development for the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action's (DDPA) 10th anniver-sary conference. We joined the appeal from the Peoples' and Civil Society calling for the UN General Assembly to declare the ten year period 2012 to 2022 as the International Decade for People of African Descent. The DDPA provides a framework to address the religious attacks and the historical implications of the slave trade on today's society in view of the rise of neo-Nazi organizations in the U.S. Shauen also represented FOR-USA as a member of the UN NGO subcommittee that has been organized around the principles of DDPA. This committee is the only UN commit-tee to address issues of human rights, racism, xenophobia and religious intolerance.The Future is NOW (FIN) At the beginning of the fiscal year, Shauen initiated the idea of organizing a national intergenerational gathering to focus on today's economic realities. The aim was to raise issues that all communities hold in common, especially those fueling the cradle to prison/military pipeline. Plans are coming together with the conference which has been titled 'The Future is NOW.' The leadership team will comprise both the young and the young at heart. Major conference components will hilight spiritual/faith-based communities and intergenerational organizing. In addition to these activities, Shauen trained the peace marshals involved in the 'One Thousand Hoodies for Trayvon Martin' rally in Minnesota, served as a liaison with the local police, and helped to circumvent clashes between the police and peaceful members of the Nation of Islam. Shauen also represents FOR-USA on the World Social Forum Free Palestine Coordinating Committee/delegation for the USSF, and has written FOR's statement for the Senate Judicial Committee's first hearing on racial profiling post September 11.Be On Our Side FOR was a lead sponsor in this successful campaign launched in September. Organized by peace and anti-militarism activists in New York City, the campaign to end U.S. military aid to Israel, joined several other major U.S. cities including Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Washington, and Portland where ad campaigns promoting the policy message of aid to Israel were being broadcasted. The campaign is designed to stimulate open and honest discussion about the prospects of the United States' role in peace and in justice in its relationships to Palestine/Israel.Balata Arts of Resistance Delegation Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, FOR's Interfaith Peacewalks Coordinator, co-led a delegation to the Balata Camp near Ramallah in the West Bank. The delegation created murals with members of the local community. The murals illustrated the stories, memories, beauty and dreams of the children, people and families living in the midst of daily violence.Following are excerpts from a report by Rabbi Gottlieb from Nablus, Palestine: Balata Arts Delegation: Meeting with women in Palestine. '''...Today, Dara, Jared, and I joined George as he translated speeches from elected officials in Jenin to a special program out of University of California schools, including Irvine, called the Olive Tree Initiative. About 33 Jewish, Israeli, Palestinian, Muslim and Christian students travel together to learn each other's narratives and develop a sensitiv-ity to 'the situation' by being on the ground. As we stood before a sculpture of a larger-than-life-size horse, constructed with ambu-ulance parts collected after the Jenin battle of 2002, students expressed their deep appreci-ation for each other's presence and courage. The Olive Tree Initiative tries to hold a neutral position in relation to the conflict in order to create bridges of understanding among both Jewish and Palestinian communities. Students on the trip struggle to make sense of theIn fiscal year 2012, FOR's Program initiatives continued to actively engage in work and collaborations to demilitarize life and land. Program staff worked c\ross-currently in terms of research and action on various campaigns. The critical issue\ of gun violence and exposing its foundational support in the government and business bec\ame a centralizing theme addressed in both our domestic and international work\. dozens of stories they hear throughout Israel and Palestine. People are tired of occupation, tired of armed struggle, tired of restrictions and harassment. They just want to live a normal life. Almost every family in Palestine carries loss. One mother, Um Emad, the founder of the Women's Programme Center, still mourns the death of her eldest son, a photographer. He was shot during the second intifada while filming events. Like many injured people, Israeli soldiers on the scene did not permit the family or medical personnel to attend to his wounds, and he bled to death in the street. '... The women at the center recognized me from my last visit '... as did the representa-tives of the village of Ramona, which we visited after lunch. It's a wonderful feeling to return and return again and feel people's appreciation for the ongoing work of solidar-ity. One of the representatives, Husam, speaks Hebrew fluently, so we moved into a deeper conversation. He shared his experience of taking his son to the sea for the first and only time in his life. A Jewish Israeli friend drove them to Acco. His son flew like a bird across the sand and didn't want to leave. He asked his father, ''Why don't Palestinians have a sea?'' Husam is also a member of 'The Golden Walk,' a peacewalk organization of Palestin-ians and Jews who believe in nonviolence. Every month he enters Israel to be part of the circle. '...Today we met seven wonderful women who volunteer at the Women's Programme Center. The women chose the sites, which will be the subject of our work in the Balata Refugee Camp. One site is the only open space in the camp where children can play amidst the houses. Balata is about one square mile with a network of houses that are three story concrete buildings. The unofficial play-ground is an open space about 20 square feet, with blank walls and concrete ground that has four entrance ways. We are hoping to paint all four walls with images that arise from the hopes and dreams of the children living here. The second site is a remarkable area in the old city which features a faded mural of a woman washing clothes that was severely damaged during the second intifada. Beneath the mural, three martyrs are remembered by the community. The walls of Balata and Nablus are filled with the names of fighters as well as those in prison. The image of the rose and a flaming candle are typical forms of remembrance that families put on the exterior of their homes. The opportunity to paint a mural in the heart of the old city will involve us in a process with people in the neighborhood. We all feel very blessed for such an opportu-nity to work in this way with local artists and residents. Majdi, our guide and teacher, is responsible for making this possible. I also bought a dumbek in the market, and while sitting on a chair waiting for Jared to buy some toothpaste, an elder man noticed the drum and asked if I could play. So, I started to play beladi rhythms and immedi-ately attracted about 20 people who started clapping. Drums are a fantastic way to bring people together and we hope to play during our painting sessions.''Water Delegation to Afghanistan & Global Days of ListeningAlso in September, in partnership with the Inter-Faith Peacebuilders, and the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers, FOR-USA sponsored the Clean Water delegation to Afghanistan that was led by National Council member, Douglas Mackey, including his wife Jody Mackey and Larry Kerschner. Spending almost a month in Kabul and Bamiyan, FOR delega-tion members heeded the call of one Afghani mother whosaid their greatest need was for clean water. Delegation members brought training and construction supplies for bio-sand water filters, through Friendly Water for the World and DACAAR, a Denmark-based nonprofit. In Bamiyan, they joined the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers (AYPV) in building the water filters, participated in the Global Days of Listening project on September 21 with the Afghan youth, and, provided training in the Geo-graphic Information System for members of DACAAR to support their humanitarian aid work. In addition, they connected with Afghan womens' cooperatives in Kabul, and collected stories and experiences from Afghans for publishing and sharing in the United States on their return.Social, Economic and Racial Justice FELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATION
Program Director Shauen V.T. Pearce focused on developing relationships with local community leaders addressing issues of economic inequities, violence, engaging youth, criminal justice reform and a lack of community sustainability. Shauen presented ''Faith, Race and Violence: Addressing History as We Work for Justice and Peace'' at the 26th annual Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America's meet-ing held at Eastern Mennonite University. The interactive workshop, which is a great model for religious peace fellowships and local groups, explored the historical relationship between faith, race and violence within the U.S., along with how our cultural perceptions impact our spirituality, and the opportunities and challenges we face in justice and peace work. This fiscal year, FOR-USA's Social, Economic and Racial Justice work centered aroundon four specific initiatives: Starbucks Boycott, The Take Back: New Orleans and Chicago, the Durban+10 Coalition and the development of a national intergenerational conference, 'The Future is NOW.'Starbucks Boycott Shauen, Executive Director Mark Johnson and FOR's Communications staff were instru-mental in creating and promoting the grass-roots strategy that successfully challenged Starbuck's claim of practicing Corporate Social Responsibility while also supporting the NRA's pro-gun agenda. Shauen was responsible for creating the 2012 action plan and helped create an organizing kit that addressed various communication needs. Along with the support of anti-gun violence groups, veterans, educators, and students, this movement was successful due to our strong partnerships with the National Gun Victims Action Council (NGAC), and the Episcopal Peace Fellowship.The Take Back: Crisis in New Orleans and Chicago New Orleans: To further assess and shed light on the ongoing economic and environ-mental crisis post-Katrina, Shauen undertook an outreach and exploration of the city. She connected with an amazing group of young artists who chose to use their gifts to teach Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents.nonviolence to students within the New Orleans Parish. FOR is also developing local relationships with a teachers' union that focuses on racial healing, the Plessy & Ferguson Foundation, and Caf(C) Reconcile '' a neighborhood nonprofit restaurant that also offers job-training and life skills to youth from at-risk communities. To further address community concerns of systemic violence, FOR Freeman Fellow Rev. Michael Harrington is creating a local FOR cohort that will serve as an action group comprised of local allies offering training and advisement. Chicago: In collaboration with local leaders, FOR surveyed the local community to identify the most immediate needs. Based on survey results, FOR-USA helped create community education collectives, and build alliances for the creation of a new food system '' specifi-cally for acquiring land to build a community center and a set of city-based farms. Partners for this endeavor include Northeastern Illinois University, and the Episcopal Peace Fellow-ship. Research has found that top factors for stemming the gun violence found in Chicago are psycho-social counseling, re-education, issues of identity, and food and shelter security. For the purpose of strengthening community wellness, the 1st annual C.H.A.S.E. Expo was hosted in partnership with the Alternative Education Research Institute (AERI). The one-day event was aimed at the Chicago public schools to continue efforts to reduce violence within various neighborhoods. Next year will see the launch of a series of sustainable community solutions. Durban+10 Coalition FOR has provided outreach, and program development for the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action's (DDPA) 10th anniver-sary conference. We joined the appeal from the Peoples' and Civil Society calling for the UN General Assembly to declare the ten year period 2012 to 2022 as the International Decade for People of African Descent. The DDPA provides a framework to address the religious attacks and the historical implications of the slave trade on today's society in view of the rise of neo-Nazi organizations in the U.S. Shauen also represented FOR-USA as a member of the UN NGO subcommittee that has been organized around the principles of DDPA. This committee is the only UN commit-tee to address issues of human rights, racism, xenophobia and religious intolerance.The Future is NOW (FIN) At the beginning of the fiscal year, Shauen initiated the idea of organizing a national intergenerational gathering to focus on today's economic realities. The aim was to raise issues that all communities hold in common, especially those fueling the cradle to prison/military pipeline. Plans are coming together with the conference which has been titled 'The Future is NOW.' The leadership team will comprise both the young and the young at heart. Major conference components will hilight spiritual/faith-based communities and intergenerational organizing. In addition to these activities, Shauen trained the peace marshals involved in the 'One Thousand Hoodies for Trayvon Martin' rally in Minnesota, served as a liaison with the local police, and helped to circumvent clashes between the police and peaceful members of the Nation of Islam. Shauen also represents FOR-USA on the World Social Forum Free Palestine Coordinating Committee/delegation for the USSF, and has written FOR's statement for the Senate Judicial Committee's first hearing on racial profiling post September 11.Be On Our Side FOR was a lead sponsor in this successful campaign launched in September. Organized by peace and anti-militarism activists in New York City, the campaign to end U.S. military aid to Israel, joined several other major U.S. cities including Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Washington, and Portland where ad campaigns promoting the policy message of aid to Israel were being broadcasted. The campaign is designed to stimulate open and honest discussion about the prospects of the United States' role in peace and in justice in its relationships to Palestine/Israel.Balata Arts of Resistance Delegation Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, FOR's Interfaith Peacewalks Coordinator, co-led a delegation to the Balata Camp near Ramallah in the West Bank. The delegation created murals with members of the local community. The murals illustrated the stories, memories, beauty and dreams of the children, people and families living in the midst of daily violence.Following are excerpts from a report by Rabbi Gottlieb from Nablus, Palestine: Balata Arts Delegation: Meeting with women in Palestine. '''...Today, Dara, Jared, and I joined George as he translated speeches from elected officials in Jenin to a special program out of University of California schools, including Irvine, called the Olive Tree Initiative. About 33 Jewish, Israeli, Palestinian, Muslim and Christian students travel together to learn each other's narratives and develop a sensitiv-ity to 'the situation' by being on the ground. As we stood before a sculpture of a larger-than-life-size horse, constructed with ambu-ulance parts collected after the Jenin battle of 2002, students expressed their deep appreci-ation for each other's presence and courage. The Olive Tree Initiative tries to hold a neutral position in relation to the conflict in order to create bridges of understanding among both Jewish and Palestinian communities. Students on the trip struggle to make sense of the dozens of stories they hear throughout Israel and Palestine. People are tired of occupation, tired of armed struggle, tired of restrictions and harassment. They just want to live a normal life. Almost every family in Palestine carries loss. One mother, Um Emad, the founder of the Women's Programme Center, still mourns the death of her eldest son, a photographer. He was shot during the second intifada while filming events. Like many injured people, Israeli soldiers on the scene did not permit the family or medical personnel to attend to his wounds, and he bled to death in the street. '... The women at the center recognized me from my last visit '... as did the representa-tives of the village of Ramona, which we visited after lunch. It's a wonderful feeling to return and return again and feel people's appreciation for the ongoing work of solidar-ity. One of the representatives, Husam, speaks Hebrew fluently, so we moved into a deeper conversation. He shared his experience of taking his son to the sea for the first and only time in his life. A Jewish Israeli friend drove them to Acco. His son flew like a bird across the sand and didn't want to leave. He asked his father, ''Why don't Palestinians have a sea?'' Husam is also a member of 'The Golden Walk,' a peacewalk organization of Palestin-ians and Jews who believe in nonviolence. Every month he enters Israel to be part of the circle. '...Today we met seven wonderful women who volunteer at the Women's Programme Center. The women chose the sites, which will be the subject of our work in the Balata Refugee Camp. One site is the only open space in the camp where children can play amidst the houses. Balata is about one square mile with a network of houses that are three story concrete buildings. The unofficial play-ground is an open space about 20 square feet, with blank walls and concrete ground that has four entrance ways. We are hoping to paint all four walls with images that arise from the hopes and dreams of the children living here. The second site is a remarkable area in the old city which features a faded mural of a woman washing clothes that was severely damaged during the second intifada. Beneath the mural, three martyrs are remembered by the community. The walls of Balata and Nablus are filled with the names of fighters as well as those in prison. The image of the rose and a flaming candle are typical forms of remembrance that families put on the exterior of their homes. The opportunity to paint a mural in the heart of the old city will involve us in a process with people in the neighborhood. We all feel very blessed for such an opportu-nity to work in this way with local artists and residents. Majdi, our guide and teacher, is responsible for making this possible. I also bought a dumbek in the market, and while sitting on a chair waiting for Jared to buy some toothpaste, an elder man noticed the drum and asked if I could play. So, I started to play beladi rhythms and immedi-ately attracted about 20 people who started clapping. Drums are a fantastic way to bring people together and we hope to play during our painting sessions.''Water Delegation to Afghanistan & Global Days of ListeningAlso in September, in partnership with the Inter-Faith Peacebuilders, and the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers, FOR-USA sponsored the Clean Water delegation to Afghanistan that was led by National Council member, Douglas Mackey, including his wife Jody Mackey and Larry Kerschner. Spending almost a month in Kabul and Bamiyan, FOR delega-tion members heeded the call of one Afghani mother whosaid their greatest need was for clean water. Delegation members brought training and construction supplies for bio-sand water filters, through Friendly Water for the World and DACAAR, a Denmark-based nonprofit. In Bamiyan, they joined the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers (AYPV) in building the water filters, participated in the Global Days of Listening project on September 21 with the Afghan youth, and, provided training in the Geo-graphic Information System for members of DACAAR to support their humanitarian aid work. In addition, they connected with Afghan womens' cooperatives in Kabul, and collected stories and experiences from Afghans for publishing and sharing in the United States on their return.Social, Economic and Racial Justice FELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATION
Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Latin America and the CaribbeanAccompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents.Action and Advocacy: Susana Pimiento ChamorroResearch and Advocacy: John Lindsay-PolandAccompaniment in Colombia: Liza SmithFELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATIONFrom the ''The Land You Love'' Campaign. The Shambala Mountain Center in Colorado, courtesy of Liza Smith.
Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents.Latin America and the CaribbeanFELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATION
Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents.FELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATIONLatin America and the Caribbean''As far as the work goes, it is going to be difcult to leave behind the intense lifestyle of accompaniment. I have loved how life and work are completely intertwined, with no set schedule. One minute, I might fnd myself playing with the children; the next moment, I am making phone calls to various entities to assess the security in the area following a combat'... As accompaniers we are not part of the Peace Community, but simply living here, one truly feels community'... Tis has been my home, one I know I cannot replicate elsewhere.'' '-- Chris Courtheyn, FOR volunteer, 2008-10
Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents.FELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATIONLatin America and the CaribbeanFOR Accompaniment worker Marcie Ley and Carolina Quintero.Accompaniment workers Paul Kozak, Denise Fraga and former National Council member Gilberto Villasenor in Apartad".Historical photos from FOR Colombia peace presence program.10 years of protection
Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents.Drug War BookletThe Colombia team's second drug war booklet Blown Away, The War On Drugs: Feedback from the Front Line was completed near the end of the fiscal year. Also 36 pages, Blown Away proved to be a more challenging topic due to the wide-ranging issues covered: including the transnational connections of drug trafficking, political corruption, land rights, incarcer-ation, and gun violence.Latin America and the CaribbeanFELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATIONforusa.org/militarism-watch
Program Director Shauen V.T. Pearce focused on developing relationships with local community leaders addressing issues of economic inequities, violence, engaging youth, criminal justice reform and a lack of community sustainability. Shauen presented ''Faith, Race and Violence: Addressing History as We Work for Justice and Peace'' at the 26th annual Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America's meet-ing held at Eastern Mennonite University. The interactive workshop, which is a great model for religious peace fellowships and local groups, explored the historical relationship between faith, race and violence within the U.S., along with how our cultural perceptions impact our spirituality, and the opportunities and challenges we face in justice and peace work. This fiscal year, FOR-USA's Social, Economic and Racial Justice work centered aroundon four specific initiatives: Starbucks Boycott, The Take Back: New Orleans and Chicago, the Durban+10 Coalition and the development of a national intergenerational conference, 'The Future is NOW.'Starbucks Boycott Shauen, Executive Director Mark Johnson and FOR's Communications staff were instru-mental in creating and promoting the grass-roots strategy that successfully challenged Starbuck's claim of practicing Corporate Social Responsibility while also supporting the NRA's pro-gun agenda. Shauen was responsible for creating the 2012 action plan and helped create an organizing kit that addressed various communication needs. Along with the support of anti-gun violence groups, veterans, educators, and students, this movement was successful due to our strong partnerships with the National Gun Victims Action Council (NGAC), and the Episcopal Peace Fellowship.The Take Back: Crisis in New Orleans and Chicago New Orleans: To further assess and shed light on the ongoing economic and environ-mental crisis post-Katrina, Shauen undertook an outreach and exploration of the city. She connected with an amazing group of young artists who chose to use their gifts to teach Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents. nonviolence to students within the New Orleans Parish. FOR is also developing local relationships with a teachers' union that focuses on racial healing, the Plessy & Ferguson Foundation, and Caf(C) Reconcile '' a neighborhood nonprofit restaurant that also offers job-training and life skills to youth from at-risk communities. To further address community concerns of systemic violence, FOR Freeman Fellow Rev. Michael Harrington is creating a local FOR cohort that will serve as an action group comprised of local allies offering training and advisement. Chicago: In collaboration with local leaders, FOR surveyed the local community to identify the most immediate needs. Based on survey results, FOR-USA helped create community education collectives, and build alliances for the creation of a new food system '' specifi-cally for acquiring land to build a community center and a set of city-based farms. Partners for this endeavor include Northeastern Illinois University, and the Episcopal Peace Fellow-ship. Research has found that top factors for stemming the gun violence found in Chicago are psycho-social counseling, re-education, issues of identity, and food and shelter security. For the purpose of strengthening community wellness, the 1st annual C.H.A.S.E. Expo was hosted in partnership with the Alternative Education Research Institute (AERI). The one-day event was aimed at the Chicago public schools to continue efforts to reduce violence within various neighborhoods. Next year will see the launch of a series of sustainable community solutions. Durban+10 Coalition FOR has provided outreach, and program development for the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action's (DDPA) 10th anniver-sary conference. We joined the appeal from the Peoples' and Civil Society calling for the UN General Assembly to declare the ten year period 2012 to 2022 as the International Decade for People of African Descent. The DDPA provides a framework to address the religious attacks and the historical implications of the slave trade on today's society in view of the rise of neo-Nazi organizations in the U.S. Shauen also represented FOR-USA as a member of the UN NGO subcommittee that has been organized around the principles of DDPA. This committee is the only UN commit-tee to address issues of human rights, racism, xenophobia and religious intolerance.The Future is NOW (FIN) At the beginning of the fiscal year, Shauen initiated the idea of organizing a national intergenerational gathering to focus on today's economic realities. The aim was to raise issues that all communities hold in common, especially those fueling the cradle to prison/military pipeline. Plans are coming together with the conference which has been titled 'The Future is NOW.' The leadership team will comprise both the young and the young at heart. Major conference components will hilight spiritual/faith-based communities and intergenerational organizing. In addition to these activities, Shauen trained the peace marshals involved in the 'One Thousand Hoodies for Trayvon Martin' rally in Minnesota, served as a liaison with the local police, and helped to circumvent clashes between the police and peaceful members of the Nation of Islam. Shauen also represents FOR-USA on the World Social Forum Free Palestine Coordinating Committee/delegation for the USSF, and has written FOR's statement for the Senate Judicial Committee's first hearing on racial profiling post September 11.Civilian Diplomacy & the Middle EastBe On Our Side FOR was a lead sponsor in this successful campaign launched in September. Organized by peace and anti-militarism activists in New York City, the campaign to end U.S. military aid to Israel, joined several other major U.S. cities including Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Washington, and Portland where ad campaigns promoting the policy message of aid to Israel were being broadcasted. The campaign is designed to stimulate open and honest discussion about the prospects of the United States' role in peace and in justice in its relationships to Palestine/Israel.Balata Arts of Resistance Delegation Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, FOR's Interfaith Peacewalks Coordinator, co-led a delegation to the Balata Camp near Ramallah in the West Bank. The delegation created murals with members of the local community. The murals illustrated the stories, memories, beauty and dreams of the children, people and families living in the midst of daily violence.Following are excerpts from a report by Rabbi Gottlieb from Nablus, Palestine: Balata Arts Delegation: Meeting with women in Palestine. '''...Today, Dara, Jared, and I joined George as he translated speeches from elected officials in Jenin to a special program out of University of California schools, including Irvine, called the Olive Tree Initiative. About 33 Jewish, Israeli, Palestinian, Muslim and Christian students travel together to learn each other's narratives and develop a sensitiv-ity to 'the situation' by being on the ground. As we stood before a sculpture of a larger-than-life-size horse, constructed with ambu-ulance parts collected after the Jenin battle of 2002, students expressed their deep appreci-ation for each other's presence and courage. The Olive Tree Initiative tries to hold a neutral position in relation to the conflict in order to create bridges of understanding among both Jewish and Palestinian communities. Students on the trip struggle to make sense of the dozens of stories they hear throughout Israel and Palestine. People are tired of occupation, tired of armed struggle, tired of restrictions and harassment. They just want to live a normal life. Almost every family in Palestine carries loss. One mother, Um Emad, the founder of the Women's Programme Center, still mourns the death of her eldest son, a photographer. He was shot during the second intifada while filming events. Like many injured people, Israeli soldiers on the scene did not permit the family or medical personnel to attend to his wounds, and he bled to death in the street. '... The women at the center recognized me from my last visit '... as did the representa-tives of the village of Ramona, which we visited after lunch. It's a wonderful feeling to return and return again and feel people's appreciation for the ongoing work of solidar-ity. One of the representatives, Husam, speaks Hebrew fluently, so we moved into a deeper conversation. He shared his experience of taking his son to the sea for the first and only time in his life. A Jewish Israeli friend drove them to Acco. His son flew like a bird across the sand and didn't want to leave. He asked his father, ''Why don't Palestinians have a sea?'' Husam is also a member of 'The Golden Walk,' a peacewalk organization of Palestin-ians and Jews who believe in nonviolence. Every month he enters Israel to be part of the circle. '...Today we met seven wonderful women who volunteer at the Women's Programme Center. The women chose the sites, which will be the subject of our work in the Balata Refugee Camp. One site is the only open space in the camp where children can play amidst the houses. Balata is about one square mile with a network of houses that are three story concrete buildings. The unofficial play-ground is an open space about 20 square feet, with blank walls and concrete ground that has four entrance ways. We are hoping to paint all four walls with images that arise from the hopes and dreams of the children living here. The second site is a remarkable area in the old city which features a faded mural of a woman washing clothes that was severely damaged during the second intifada. Beneath the mural, three martyrs are remembered by the community. The walls of Balata and Nablus are filled with the names of fighters as well as those in prison. The image of the rose and a flaming candle are typical forms of remembrance that families put on the exterior of their homes. The opportunity to paint a mural in the heart of the old city will involve us in a process with people in the neighborhood. We all feel very blessed for such an opportu-nity to work in this way with local artists and residents. Majdi, our guide and teacher, is responsible for making this possible. I also bought a dumbek in the market, and while sitting on a chair waiting for Jared to buy some toothpaste, an elder man noticed the drum and asked if I could play. So, I started to play beladi rhythms and immedi-ately attracted about 20 people who started clapping. Drums are a fantastic way to bring people together and we hope to play during our painting sessions.''Water Delegation to Afghanistan & Global Days of ListeningAlso in September, in partnership with the Inter-Faith Peacebuilders, and the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers, FOR-USA sponsored the Clean Water delegation to Afghanistan that was led by National Council member, Douglas Mackey, including his wife Jody Mackey and Larry Kerschner. Spending almost a month in Kabul and Bamiyan, FOR delega-tion members heeded the call of one Afghani mother whosaid their greatest need was for clean water. Delegation members brought training and construction supplies for bio-sand water filters, through Friendly Water for the World and DACAAR, a Denmark-based nonprofit. In Bamiyan, they joined the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers (AYPV) in building the water filters, participated in the Global Days of Listening project on September 21 with the Afghan youth, and, provided training in the Geo-graphic Information System for members of DACAAR to support their humanitarian aid work. In addition, they connected with Afghan womens' cooperatives in Kabul, and collected stories and experiences from Afghans for publishing and sharing in the United States on their return.Leila ZandFELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATIONPeace workers, members of the Border Free Movement, marching in Afghanistan.While challenged with the cancellation of a delegation to Iran in Novemb\er 2011, Middle East Program Director Leila Zand continued FOR's mandate of advocating for an end to militaristic interventions in the Middle East. Along with representing FOR-USA at two major conferences, one organized by The National Iranian American Council (NIAC), and the\ other by the Middle Eastern Studies Association (MESA), her advocacy work raised awareness\ in launching a new campaign focusing on Syria. Leila was also actively involved with Occupy\ Albany. She pro-posed a ''War and Peace'' caucus focusing on Iran, which was adopted\. In addition, Leila organized the Feb. 4, 2012 demonstration in Albany, ''No War, No Inter\vention, No Sanctions, No Assassinations in Iran.
Program Director Shauen V.T. Pearce focused on developing relationships with local community leaders addressing issues of economic inequities, violence, engaging youth, criminal justice reform and a lack of community sustainability. Shauen presented ''Faith, Race and Violence: Addressing History as We Work for Justice and Peace'' at the 26th annual Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America's meet-ing held at Eastern Mennonite University. The interactive workshop, which is a great model for religious peace fellowships and local groups, explored the historical relationship between faith, race and violence within the U.S., along with how our cultural perceptions impact our spirituality, and the opportunities and challenges we face in justice and peace work. This fiscal year, FOR-USA's Social, Economic and Racial Justice work centered aroundon four specific initiatives: Starbucks Boycott, The Take Back: New Orleans and Chicago, the Durban+10 Coalition and the development of a national intergenerational conference, 'The Future is NOW.'Starbucks Boycott Shauen, Executive Director Mark Johnson and FOR's Communications staff were instru-mental in creating and promoting the grass-roots strategy that successfully challenged Starbuck's claim of practicing Corporate Social Responsibility while also supporting the NRA's pro-gun agenda. Shauen was responsible for creating the 2012 action plan and helped create an organizing kit that addressed various communication needs. Along with the support of anti-gun violence groups, veterans, educators, and students, this movement was successful due to our strong partnerships with the National Gun Victims Action Council (NGAC), and the Episcopal Peace Fellowship.The Take Back: Crisis in New Orleans and Chicago New Orleans: To further assess and shed light on the ongoing economic and environ-mental crisis post-Katrina, Shauen undertook an outreach and exploration of the city. She connected with an amazing group of young artists who chose to use their gifts to teach Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents. nonviolence to students within the New Orleans Parish. FOR is also developing local relationships with a teachers' union that focuses on racial healing, the Plessy & Ferguson Foundation, and Caf(C) Reconcile '' a neighborhood nonprofit restaurant that also offers job-training and life skills to youth from at-risk communities. To further address community concerns of systemic violence, FOR Freeman Fellow Rev. Michael Harrington is creating a local FOR cohort that will serve as an action group comprised of local allies offering training and advisement. Chicago: In collaboration with local leaders, FOR surveyed the local community to identify the most immediate needs. Based on survey results, FOR-USA helped create community education collectives, and build alliances for the creation of a new food system '' specifi-cally for acquiring land to build a community center and a set of city-based farms. Partners for this endeavor include Northeastern Illinois University, and the Episcopal Peace Fellow-ship. Research has found that top factors for stemming the gun violence found in Chicago are psycho-social counseling, re-education, issues of identity, and food and shelter security. For the purpose of strengthening community wellness, the 1st annual C.H.A.S.E. Expo was hosted in partnership with the Alternative Education Research Institute (AERI). The one-day event was aimed at the Chicago public schools to continue efforts to reduce violence within various neighborhoods. Next year will see the launch of a series of sustainable community solutions. Durban+10 Coalition FOR has provided outreach, and program development for the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action's (DDPA) 10th anniver-sary conference. We joined the appeal from the Peoples' and Civil Society calling for the UN General Assembly to declare the ten year period 2012 to 2022 as the International Decade for People of African Descent. The DDPA provides a framework to address the religious attacks and the historical implications of the slave trade on today's society in view of the rise of neo-Nazi organizations in the U.S. Shauen also represented FOR-USA as a member of the UN NGO subcommittee that has been organized around the principles of DDPA. This committee is the only UN commit-tee to address issues of human rights, racism, xenophobia and religious intolerance.The Future is NOW (FIN) At the beginning of the fiscal year, Shauen initiated the idea of organizing a national intergenerational gathering to focus on today's economic realities. The aim was to raise issues that all communities hold in common, especially those fueling the cradle to prison/military pipeline. Plans are coming together with the conference which has been titled 'The Future is NOW.' The leadership team will comprise both the young and the young at heart. Major conference components will hilight spiritual/faith-based communities and intergenerational organizing. In addition to these activities, Shauen trained the peace marshals involved in the 'One Thousand Hoodies for Trayvon Martin' rally in Minnesota, served as a liaison with the local police, and helped to circumvent clashes between the police and peaceful members of the Nation of Islam. Shauen also represents FOR-USA on the World Social Forum Free Palestine Coordinating Committee/delegation for the USSF, and has written FOR's statement for the Senate Judicial Committee's first hearing on racial profiling post September 11.Be On Our Side FOR was a lead sponsor in this successful campaign launched in September. Organized by peace and anti-militarism activists in New York City, the campaign to end U.S. military aid to Israel, joined several other major U.S. cities including Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Washington, and Portland where ad campaigns promoting the policy message of aid to Israel were being broadcasted. The campaign is designed to stimulate open and honest discussion about the prospects of the United States' role in peace and in justice in its relationships to Palestine/Israel.Balata Arts of Resistance Delegation Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, FOR's Interfaith Peacewalks Coordinator, co-led a delegation to the Balata Camp near Ramallah in the West Bank. The delegation created murals with members of the local community. The murals illustrated the stories, memories, beauty and dreams of the children, people and families living in the midst of daily violence.Following are excerpts from a report by Rabbi Gottlieb from Nablus, Palestine: Balata Arts Delegation: Meeting with women in Palestine. '''...Today, Dara, Jared, and I joined George as he translated speeches from elected officials in Jenin to a special program out of University of California schools, including Irvine, called the Olive Tree Initiative. About 33 Jewish, Israeli, Palestinian, Muslim and Christian students travel together to learn each other's narratives and develop a sensitiv-ity to 'the situation' by being on the ground. As we stood before a sculpture of a larger-than-life-size horse, constructed with ambu-ulance parts collected after the Jenin battle of 2002, students expressed their deep appreci-ation for each other's presence and courage. The Olive Tree Initiative tries to hold a neutral position in relation to the conflict in order to create bridges of understanding among both Jewish and Palestinian communities. Students on the trip struggle to make sense of the dozens of stories they hear throughout Israel and Palestine. People are tired of occupation, tired of armed struggle, tired of restrictions and harassment. They just want to live a normal life. Almost every family in Palestine carries loss. One mother, Um Emad, the founder of the Women's Programme Center, still mourns the death of her eldest son, a photographer. He was shot during the second intifada while filming events. Like many injured people, Israeli soldiers on the scene did not permit the family or medical personnel to attend to his wounds, and he bled to death in the street. '... The women at the center recognized me from my last visit '... as did the representa-tives of the village of Ramona, which we visited after lunch. It's a wonderful feeling to return and return again and feel people's appreciation for the ongoing work of solidar-ity. One of the representatives, Husam, speaks Hebrew fluently, so we moved into a deeper conversation. He shared his experience of taking his son to the sea for the first and only time in his life. A Jewish Israeli friend drove them to Acco. His son flew like a bird across the sand and didn't want to leave. He asked his father, ''Why don't Palestinians have a sea?'' Husam is also a member of 'The Golden Walk,' a peacewalk organization of Palestin-ians and Jews who believe in nonviolence. Every month he enters Israel to be part of the circle. '...Today we met seven wonderful women who volunteer at the Women's Programme Center. The women chose the sites, which will be the subject of our work in the Balata Refugee Camp. One site is the only open space in the camp where children can play amidst the houses. Balata is about one square mile with a network of houses that are three story concrete buildings. The unofficial play-ground is an open space about 20 square feet, with blank walls and concrete ground that has four entrance ways. We are hoping to paint all four walls with images that arise from the hopes and dreams of the children living here. The second site is a remarkable area in the old city which features a faded mural of a woman washing clothes that was severely damaged during the second intifada. Beneath the mural, three martyrs are remembered by the community. The walls of Balata and Nablus are filled with the names of fighters as well as those in prison. The image of the rose and a flaming candle are typical forms of remembrance that families put on the exterior of their homes. The opportunity to paint a mural in the heart of the old city will involve us in a process with people in the neighborhood. We all feel very blessed for such an opportu-nity to work in this way with local artists and residents. Majdi, our guide and teacher, is responsible for making this possible. I also bought a dumbek in the market, and while sitting on a chair waiting for Jared to buy some toothpaste, an elder man noticed the drum and asked if I could play. So, I started to play beladi rhythms and immedi-ately attracted about 20 people who started clapping. Drums are a fantastic way to bring people together and we hope to play during our painting sessions.''Water Delegation to Afghanistan & Global Days of ListeningAlso in September, in partnership with the Inter-Faith Peacebuilders, and the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers, FOR-USA sponsored the Clean Water delegation to Afghanistan that was led by National Council member, Douglas Mackey, including his wife Jody Mackey and Larry Kerschner. Spending almost a month in Kabul and Bamiyan, FOR delega-tion members heeded the call of one Afghani mother whosaid their greatest need was for clean water. Delegation members brought training and construction supplies for bio-sand water filters, through Friendly Water for the World and DACAAR, a Denmark-based nonprofit. In Bamiyan, they joined the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers (AYPV) in building the water filters, participated in the Global Days of Listening project on September 21 with the Afghan youth, and, provided training in the Geo-graphic Information System for members of DACAAR to support their humanitarian aid work. In addition, they connected with Afghan womens' cooperatives in Kabul, and collected stories and experiences from Afghans for publishing and sharing in the United States on their return.Civilian Diplomacy & the Middle EastFELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATION
Program Director Shauen V.T. Pearce focused on developing relationships with local community leaders addressing issues of economic inequities, violence, engaging youth, criminal justice reform and a lack of community sustainability. Shauen presented ''Faith, Race and Violence: Addressing History as We Work for Justice and Peace'' at the 26th annual Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America's meet-ing held at Eastern Mennonite University. The interactive workshop, which is a great model for religious peace fellowships and local groups, explored the historical relationship between faith, race and violence within the U.S., along with how our cultural perceptions impact our spirituality, and the opportunities and challenges we face in justice and peace work. This fiscal year, FOR-USA's Social, Economic and Racial Justice work centered aroundon four specific initiatives: Starbucks Boycott, The Take Back: New Orleans and Chicago, the Durban+10 Coalition and the development of a national intergenerational conference, 'The Future is NOW.'Starbucks Boycott Shauen, Executive Director Mark Johnson and FOR's Communications staff were instru-mental in creating and promoting the grass-roots strategy that successfully challenged Starbuck's claim of practicing Corporate Social Responsibility while also supporting the NRA's pro-gun agenda. Shauen was responsible for creating the 2012 action plan and helped create an organizing kit that addressed various communication needs. Along with the support of anti-gun violence groups, veterans, educators, and students, this movement was successful due to our strong partnerships with the National Gun Victims Action Council (NGAC), and the Episcopal Peace Fellowship.The Take Back: Crisis in New Orleans and Chicago New Orleans: To further assess and shed light on the ongoing economic and environ-mental crisis post-Katrina, Shauen undertook an outreach and exploration of the city. She connected with an amazing group of young artists who chose to use their gifts to teach Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents. nonviolence to students within the New Orleans Parish. FOR is also developing local relationships with a teachers' union that focuses on racial healing, the Plessy & Ferguson Foundation, and Caf(C) Reconcile '' a neighborhood nonprofit restaurant that also offers job-training and life skills to youth from at-risk communities. To further address community concerns of systemic violence, FOR Freeman Fellow Rev. Michael Harrington is creating a local FOR cohort that will serve as an action group comprised of local allies offering training and advisement. Chicago: In collaboration with local leaders, FOR surveyed the local community to identify the most immediate needs. Based on survey results, FOR-USA helped create community education collectives, and build alliances for the creation of a new food system '' specifi-cally for acquiring land to build a community center and a set of city-based farms. Partners for this endeavor include Northeastern Illinois University, and the Episcopal Peace Fellow-ship. Research has found that top factors for stemming the gun violence found in Chicago are psycho-social counseling, re-education, issues of identity, and food and shelter security. For the purpose of strengthening community wellness, the 1st annual C.H.A.S.E. Expo was hosted in partnership with the Alternative Education Research Institute (AERI). The one-day event was aimed at the Chicago public schools to continue efforts to reduce violence within various neighborhoods. Next year will see the launch of a series of sustainable community solutions. Durban+10 Coalition FOR has provided outreach, and program development for the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action's (DDPA) 10th anniver-sary conference. We joined the appeal from the Peoples' and Civil Society calling for the UN General Assembly to declare the ten year period 2012 to 2022 as the International Decade for People of African Descent. The DDPA provides a framework to address the religious attacks and the historical implications of the slave trade on today's society in view of the rise of neo-Nazi organizations in the U.S. Shauen also represented FOR-USA as a member of the UN NGO subcommittee that has been organized around the principles of DDPA. This committee is the only UN commit-tee to address issues of human rights, racism, xenophobia and religious intolerance.The Future is NOW (FIN) At the beginning of the fiscal year, Shauen initiated the idea of organizing a national intergenerational gathering to focus on today's economic realities. The aim was to raise issues that all communities hold in common, especially those fueling the cradle to prison/military pipeline. Plans are coming together with the conference which has been titled 'The Future is NOW.' The leadership team will comprise both the young and the young at heart. Major conference components will hilight spiritual/faith-based communities and intergenerational organizing. In addition to these activities, Shauen trained the peace marshals involved in the 'One Thousand Hoodies for Trayvon Martin' rally in Minnesota, served as a liaison with the local police, and helped to circumvent clashes between the police and peaceful members of the Nation of Islam. Shauen also represents FOR-USA on the World Social Forum Free Palestine Coordinating Committee/delegation for the USSF, and has written FOR's statement for the Senate Judicial Committee's first hearing on racial profiling post September 11.Be On Our Side FOR was a lead sponsor in this successful campaign launched in September. Organized by peace and anti-militarism activists in New York City, the campaign to end U.S. military aid to Israel, joined several other major U.S. cities including Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Washington, and Portland where ad campaigns promoting the policy message of aid to Israel were being broadcasted. The campaign is designed to stimulate open and honest discussion about the prospects of the United States' role in peace and in justice in its relationships to Palestine/Israel.Balata Arts of Resistance Delegation Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, FOR's Interfaith Peacewalks Coordinator, co-led a delegation to the Balata Camp near Ramallah in the West Bank. The delegation created murals with members of the local community. The murals illustrated the stories, memories, beauty and dreams of the children, people and families living in the midst of daily violence.Following are excerpts from a report by Rabbi Gottlieb from Nablus, Palestine: Balata Arts Delegation: Meeting with women in Palestine. '''...Today, Dara, Jared, and I joined George as he translated speeches from elected officials in Jenin to a special program out of University of California schools, including Irvine, called the Olive Tree Initiative. About 33 Jewish, Israeli, Palestinian, Muslim and Christian students travel together to learn each other's narratives and develop a sensitiv-ity to 'the situation' by being on the ground. As we stood before a sculpture of a larger-than-life-size horse, constructed with ambu-ulance parts collected after the Jenin battle of 2002, students expressed their deep appreci-ation for each other's presence and courage. The Olive Tree Initiative tries to hold a neutral position in relation to the conflict in order to create bridges of understanding among both Jewish and Palestinian communities. Students on the trip struggle to make sense of the dozens of stories they hear throughout Israel and Palestine. People are tired of occupation, tired of armed struggle, tired of restrictions and harassment. They just want to live a normal life. Almost every family in Palestine carries loss. One mother, Um Emad, the founder of the Women's Programme Center, still mourns the death of her eldest son, a photographer. He was shot during the second intifada while filming events. Like many injured people, Israeli soldiers on the scene did not permit the family or medical personnel to attend to his wounds, and he bled to death in the street. '... The women at the center recognized me from my last visit '... as did the representa-tives of the village of Ramona, which we visited after lunch. It's a wonderful feeling to return and return again and feel people's appreciation for the ongoing work of solidar-ity. One of the representatives, Husam, speaks Hebrew fluently, so we moved into a deeper conversation. He shared his experience of taking his son to the sea for the first and only time in his life. A Jewish Israeli friend drove them to Acco. His son flew like a bird across the sand and didn't want to leave. He asked his father, ''Why don't Palestinians have a sea?'' Husam is also a member of 'The Golden Walk,' a peacewalk organization of Palestin-ians and Jews who believe in nonviolence. Every month he enters Israel to be part of the circle. '...Today we met seven wonderful women who volunteer at the Women's Programme Center. The women chose the sites, which will be the subject of our work in the Balata Refugee Camp. One site is the only open space in the camp where children can play amidst the houses. Balata is about one square mile with a network of houses that are three story concrete buildings. The unofficial play-ground is an open space about 20 square feet, with blank walls and concrete ground that has four entrance ways. We are hoping to paint all four walls with images that arise from the hopes and dreams of the children living here. The second site is a remarkable area in the old city which features a faded mural of a woman washing clothes that was severely damaged during the second intifada. Beneath the mural, three martyrs are remembered by the community. The walls of Balata and Nablus are filled with the names of fighters as well as those in prison. The image of the rose and a flaming candle are typical forms of remembrance that families put on the exterior of their homes. The opportunity to paint a mural in the heart of the old city will involve us in a process with people in the neighborhood. We all feel very blessed for such an opportu-nity to work in this way with local artists and residents. Majdi, our guide and teacher, is responsible for making this possible. I also bought a dumbek in the market, and while sitting on a chair waiting for Jared to buy some toothpaste, an elder man noticed the drum and asked if I could play. So, I started to play beladi rhythms and immedi-ately attracted about 20 people who started clapping. Drums are a fantastic way to bring people together and we hope to play during our painting sessions.''Water Delegation to Afghanistan & Global Days of ListeningAlso in September, in partnership with the Inter-Faith Peacebuilders, and the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers, FOR-USA sponsored the Clean Water delegation to Afghanistan that was led by National Council member, Douglas Mackey, including his wife Jody Mackey and Larry Kerschner. Spending almost a month in Kabul and Bamiyan, FOR delega-tion members heeded the call of one Afghani mother whosaid their greatest need was for clean water. Delegation members brought training and construction supplies for bio-sand water filters, through Friendly Water for the World and DACAAR, a Denmark-based nonprofit. In Bamiyan, they joined the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers (AYPV) in building the water filters, participated in the Global Days of Listening project on September 21 with the Afghan youth, and, provided training in the Geo-graphic Information System for members of DACAAR to support their humanitarian aid work. In addition, they connected with Afghan womens' cooperatives in Kabul, and collected stories and experiences from Afghans for publishing and sharing in the United States on their return.One in five Afghan children do not live to be 5 years old, due in large measure to water-borne diseases. Only 45% of Afghans have access to drinkable water.(C)iStock Photo16
Program Director Shauen V.T. Pearce focused on developing relationships with local community leaders addressing issues of economic inequities, violence, engaging youth, criminal justice reform and a lack of community sustainability. Shauen presented ''Faith, Race and Violence: Addressing History as We Work for Justice and Peace'' at the 26th annual Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America's meet-ing held at Eastern Mennonite University. The interactive workshop, which is a great model for religious peace fellowships and local groups, explored the historical relationship between faith, race and violence within the U.S., along with how our cultural perceptions impact our spirituality, and the opportunities and challenges we face in justice and peace work. This fiscal year, FOR-USA's Social, Economic and Racial Justice work centered aroundon four specific initiatives: Starbucks Boycott, The Take Back: New Orleans and Chicago, the Durban+10 Coalition and the development of a national intergenerational conference, 'The Future is NOW.'Starbucks Boycott Shauen, Executive Director Mark Johnson and FOR's Communications staff were instru-mental in creating and promoting the grass-roots strategy that successfully challenged Starbuck's claim of practicing Corporate Social Responsibility while also supporting the NRA's pro-gun agenda. Shauen was responsible for creating the 2012 action plan and helped create an organizing kit that addressed various communication needs. Along with the support of anti-gun violence groups, veterans, educators, and students, this movement was successful due to our strong partnerships with the National Gun Victims Action Council (NGAC), and the Episcopal Peace Fellowship.The Take Back: Crisis in New Orleans and Chicago New Orleans: To further assess and shed light on the ongoing economic and environ-mental crisis post-Katrina, Shauen undertook an outreach and exploration of the city. She connected with an amazing group of young artists who chose to use their gifts to teach Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents. nonviolence to students within the New Orleans Parish. FOR is also developing local relationships with a teachers' union that focuses on racial healing, the Plessy & Ferguson Foundation, and Caf(C) Reconcile '' a neighborhood nonprofit restaurant that also offers job-training and life skills to youth from at-risk communities. To further address community concerns of systemic violence, FOR Freeman Fellow Rev. Michael Harrington is creating a local FOR cohort that will serve as an action group comprised of local allies offering training and advisement. Chicago: In collaboration with local leaders, FOR surveyed the local community to identify the most immediate needs. Based on survey results, FOR-USA helped create community education collectives, and build alliances for the creation of a new food system '' specifi-cally for acquiring land to build a community center and a set of city-based farms. Partners for this endeavor include Northeastern Illinois University, and the Episcopal Peace Fellow-ship. Research has found that top factors for stemming the gun violence found in Chicago are psycho-social counseling, re-education, issues of identity, and food and shelter security. For the purpose of strengthening community wellness, the 1st annual C.H.A.S.E. Expo was hosted in partnership with the Alternative Education Research Institute (AERI). The one-day event was aimed at the Chicago public schools to continue efforts to reduce violence within various neighborhoods. Next year will see the launch of a series of sustainable community solutions. Durban+10 Coalition FOR has provided outreach, and program development for the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action's (DDPA) 10th anniver-sary conference. We joined the appeal from the Peoples' and Civil Society calling for the UN General Assembly to declare the ten year period 2012 to 2022 as the International Decade for People of African Descent. The DDPA provides a framework to address the religious attacks and the historical implications of the slave trade on today's society in view of the rise of neo-Nazi organizations in the U.S. Shauen also represented FOR-USA as a member of the UN NGO subcommittee that has been organized around the principles of DDPA. This committee is the only UN commit-tee to address issues of human rights, racism, xenophobia and religious intolerance.The Future is NOW (FIN) At the beginning of the fiscal year, Shauen initiated the idea of organizing a national intergenerational gathering to focus on today's economic realities. The aim was to raise issues that all communities hold in common, especially those fueling the cradle to prison/military pipeline. Plans are coming together with the conference which has been titled 'The Future is NOW.' The leadership team will comprise both the young and the young at heart. Major conference components will hilight spiritual/faith-based communities and intergenerational organizing. In addition to these activities, Shauen trained the peace marshals involved in the 'One Thousand Hoodies for Trayvon Martin' rally in Minnesota, served as a liaison with the local police, and helped to circumvent clashes between the police and peaceful members of the Nation of Islam. Shauen also represents FOR-USA on the World Social Forum Free Palestine Coordinating Committee/delegation for the USSF, and has written FOR's statement for the Senate Judicial Committee's first hearing on racial profiling post September 11.Be On Our Side FOR was a lead sponsor in this successful campaign launched in September. Organized by peace and anti-militarism activists in New York City, the campaign to end U.S. military aid to Israel, joined several other major U.S. cities including Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Washington, and Portland where ad campaigns promoting the policy message of aid to Israel were being broadcasted. The campaign is designed to stimulate open and honest discussion about the prospects of the United States' role in peace and in justice in its relationships to Palestine/Israel.Balata Arts of Resistance Delegation Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, FOR's Interfaith Peacewalks Coordinator, co-led a delegation to the Balata Camp near Ramallah in the West Bank. The delegation created murals with members of the local community. The murals illustrated the stories, memories, beauty and dreams of the children, people and families living in the midst of daily violence.Following are excerpts from a report by Rabbi Gottlieb from Nablus, Palestine: Balata Arts Delegation: Meeting with women in Palestine. '''...Today, Dara, Jared, and I joined George as he translated speeches from elected officials in Jenin to a special program out of University of California schools, including Irvine, called the Olive Tree Initiative. About 33 Jewish, Israeli, Palestinian, Muslim and Christian students travel together to learn each other's narratives and develop a sensitiv-ity to 'the situation' by being on the ground. As we stood before a sculpture of a larger-than-life-size horse, constructed with ambu-ulance parts collected after the Jenin battle of 2002, students expressed their deep appreci-ation for each other's presence and courage. The Olive Tree Initiative tries to hold a neutral position in relation to the conflict in order to create bridges of understanding among both Jewish and Palestinian communities. Students on the trip struggle to make sense of the dozens of stories they hear throughout Israel and Palestine. People are tired of occupation, tired of armed struggle, tired of restrictions and harassment. They just want to live a normal life. Almost every family in Palestine carries loss. One mother, Um Emad, the founder of the Women's Programme Center, still mourns the death of her eldest son, a photographer. He was shot during the second intifada while filming events. Like many injured people, Israeli soldiers on the scene did not permit the family or medical personnel to attend to his wounds, and he bled to death in the street. '... The women at the center recognized me from my last visit '... as did the representa-tives of the village of Ramona, which we visited after lunch. It's a wonderful feeling to return and return again and feel people's appreciation for the ongoing work of solidar-ity. One of the representatives, Husam, speaks Hebrew fluently, so we moved into a deeper conversation. He shared his experience of taking his son to the sea for the first and only time in his life. A Jewish Israeli friend drove them to Acco. His son flew like a bird across the sand and didn't want to leave. He asked his father, ''Why don't Palestinians have a sea?'' Husam is also a member of 'The Golden Walk,' a peacewalk organization of Palestin-ians and Jews who believe in nonviolence. Every month he enters Israel to be part of the circle. '...Today we met seven wonderful women who volunteer at the Women's Programme Center. The women chose the sites, which will be the subject of our work in the Balata Refugee Camp. One site is the only open space in the camp where children can play amidst the houses. Balata is about one square mile with a network of houses that are three story concrete buildings. The unofficial play-ground is an open space about 20 square feet, with blank walls and concrete ground that has four entrance ways. We are hoping to paint all four walls with images that arise from the hopes and dreams of the children living here. The second site is a remarkable area in the old city which features a faded mural of a woman washing clothes that was severely damaged during the second intifada. Beneath the mural, three martyrs are remembered by the community. The walls of Balata and Nablus are filled with the names of fighters as well as those in prison. The image of the rose and a flaming candle are typical forms of remembrance that families put on the exterior of their homes. The opportunity to paint a mural in the heart of the old city will involve us in a process with people in the neighborhood. We all feel very blessed for such an opportu-nity to work in this way with local artists and residents. Majdi, our guide and teacher, is responsible for making this possible. I also bought a dumbek in the market, and while sitting on a chair waiting for Jared to buy some toothpaste, an elder man noticed the drum and asked if I could play. So, I started to play beladi rhythms and immedi-ately attracted about 20 people who started clapping. Drums are a fantastic way to bring people together and we hope to play during our painting sessions.''Water Delegation to Afghanistan & Global Days of ListeningAlso in September, in partnership with the Inter-Faith Peacebuilders, and the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers, FOR-USA sponsored the Clean Water delegation to Afghanistan that was led by National Council member, Douglas Mackey, including his wife Jody Mackey and Larry Kerschner. Spending almost a month in Kabul and Bamiyan, FOR delega-tion members heeded the call of one Afghani mother whosaid their greatest need was for clean water. Delegation members brought training and construction supplies for bio-sand water filters, through Friendly Water for the World and DACAAR, a Denmark-based nonprofit. In Bamiyan, they joined the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers (AYPV) in building the water filters, participated in the Global Days of Listening project on September 21 with the Afghan youth, and, provided training in the Geo-graphic Information System for members of DACAAR to support their humanitarian aid work. In addition, they connected with Afghan womens' cooperatives in Kabul, and collected stories and experiences from Afghans for publishing and sharing in the United States on their return.During fiscal year 2012, Communications staff Ethan and Linda with the support of Ivan Boothe, FOR's web consultant, successfully broadcast and lifted up issues central to FOR's campaign to Demilitarize Life and Land. In addition, the month of May completed our third, consecutive year of hosting a Union Theological Seminary graduate student as a field education intern. This year's seminarian, Matthew Arlyck, provi\ded stellar support to the work of FOR-USA. During the year the following issues were highlighted: ending gun violence both domestic and international; the promotion of nonviolence and wellness within the intersections of racial, economic, environmental\, and gender justice; human rights appeals; the supporting of activist research and analysis via FOR's online Militarism Watch; and the promotion of speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Colombia, Mexico, and other countries. Additionally, along with publicizing the reports and blogs of our civili\an diplomacy delegations, Communications sought to strengthen FOR's network of over 100 local chapters, peace fellowships and affiliates, and collaborate with FOR's global branches.Media OutreachKey staff support was provided for numerous programmatic initiatives, including the Syria political prisoners campaign, Congressional testimony on ending racial profiling, the Colombian conscientious objector speaking tour, the Norouz (no war with Iran) campaign, the Starbucks (gun control) boycott initiative, and representation to Occu\py Faith. Strategic alliances were also realized with ally groups such as Just Foreign Policy, RootsAction, and Peace Brigades In ternational. Ethan, Linda and Ivan's media outreach on behalf of the national Interfaith Moral Action on Climate (IMAC) mobilization in Washington i\n mid-April resulted in successful coverage of the campaign's events. Other media projects included the 100th anniversary year of Bayard Rustin's birth (March 17, 1912) and the recent death of author/theologian Walter Wink.Centennial Anniversary Planning In preparation for FOR's Centennial anniversary (2014 in Europe, 2015 in the U.S.) initial plans are underway to commemorate our first 100 years and strengthen our work for another century. One specific and exciting opportunity is a potential film project that will highlight our\ history and continuing work.FELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATIONFOR-USA's Communications staff, Linda Kelly '' 2nd from left, and Ethan Vesley-Flad '' far right, with from left to right: Leila Zand and Andrea Briggs.communications17
Program Director Shauen V.T. Pearce focused on developing relationships with local community leaders addressing issues of economic inequities, violence, engaging youth, criminal justice reform and a lack of community sustainability. Shauen presented ''Faith, Race and Violence: Addressing History as We Work for Justice and Peace'' at the 26th annual Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America's meet-ing held at Eastern Mennonite University. The interactive workshop, which is a great model for religious peace fellowships and local groups, explored the historical relationship between faith, race and violence within the U.S., along with how our cultural perceptions impact our spirituality, and the opportunities and challenges we face in justice and peace work. This fiscal year, FOR-USA's Social, Economic and Racial Justice work centered aroundon four specific initiatives: Starbucks Boycott, The Take Back: New Orleans and Chicago, the Durban+10 Coalition and the development of a national intergenerational conference, 'The Future is NOW.'Starbucks Boycott Shauen, Executive Director Mark Johnson and FOR's Communications staff were instru-mental in creating and promoting the grass-roots strategy that successfully challenged Starbuck's claim of practicing Corporate Social Responsibility while also supporting the NRA's pro-gun agenda. Shauen was responsible for creating the 2012 action plan and helped create an organizing kit that addressed various communication needs. Along with the support of anti-gun violence groups, veterans, educators, and students, this movement was successful due to our strong partnerships with the National Gun Victims Action Council (NGAC), and the Episcopal Peace Fellowship.The Take Back: Crisis in New Orleans and Chicago New Orleans: To further assess and shed light on the ongoing economic and environ-mental crisis post-Katrina, Shauen undertook an outreach and exploration of the city. She connected with an amazing group of young artists who chose to use their gifts to teach Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents. nonviolence to students within the New Orleans Parish. FOR is also developing local relationships with a teachers' union that focuses on racial healing, the Plessy & Ferguson Foundation, and Caf(C) Reconcile '' a neighborhood nonprofit restaurant that also offers job-training and life skills to youth from at-risk communities. To further address community concerns of systemic violence, FOR Freeman Fellow Rev. Michael Harrington is creating a local FOR cohort that will serve as an action group comprised of local allies offering training and advisement. Chicago: In collaboration with local leaders, FOR surveyed the local community to identify the most immediate needs. Based on survey results, FOR-USA helped create community education collectives, and build alliances for the creation of a new food system '' specifi-cally for acquiring land to build a community center and a set of city-based farms. Partners for this endeavor include Northeastern Illinois University, and the Episcopal Peace Fellow-ship. Research has found that top factors for stemming the gun violence found in Chicago are psycho-social counseling, re-education, issues of identity, and food and shelter security. For the purpose of strengthening community wellness, the 1st annual C.H.A.S.E. Expo was hosted in partnership with the Alternative Education Research Institute (AERI). The one-day event was aimed at the Chicago public schools to continue efforts to reduce violence within various neighborhoods. Next year will see the launch of a series of sustainable community solutions. Durban+10 Coalition FOR has provided outreach, and program development for the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action's (DDPA) 10th anniver-sary conference. We joined the appeal from the Peoples' and Civil Society calling for the UN General Assembly to declare the ten year period 2012 to 2022 as the International Decade for People of African Descent. The DDPA provides a framework to address the religious attacks and the historical implications of the slave trade on today's society in view of the rise of neo-Nazi organizations in the U.S. Shauen also represented FOR-USA as a member of the UN NGO subcommittee that has been organized around the principles of DDPA. This committee is the only UN commit-tee to address issues of human rights, racism, xenophobia and religious intolerance.The Future is NOW (FIN) At the beginning of the fiscal year, Shauen initiated the idea of organizing a national intergenerational gathering to focus on today's economic realities. The aim was to raise issues that all communities hold in common, especially those fueling the cradle to prison/military pipeline. Plans are coming together with the conference which has been titled 'The Future is NOW.' The leadership team will comprise both the young and the young at heart. Major conference components will hilight spiritual/faith-based communities and intergenerational organizing. In addition to these activities, Shauen trained the peace marshals involved in the 'One Thousand Hoodies for Trayvon Martin' rally in Minnesota, served as a liaison with the local police, and helped to circumvent clashes between the police and peaceful members of the Nation of Islam. Shauen also represents FOR-USA on the World Social Forum Free Palestine Coordinating Committee/delegation for the USSF, and has written FOR's statement for the Senate Judicial Committee's first hearing on racial profiling post September 11.Be On Our Side FOR was a lead sponsor in this successful campaign launched in September. Organized by peace and anti-militarism activists in New York City, the campaign to end U.S. military aid to Israel, joined several other major U.S. cities including Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Washington, and Portland where ad campaigns promoting the policy message of aid to Israel were being broadcasted. The campaign is designed to stimulate open and honest discussion about the prospects of the United States' role in peace and in justice in its relationships to Palestine/Israel.Balata Arts of Resistance Delegation Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, FOR's Interfaith Peacewalks Coordinator, co-led a delegation to the Balata Camp near Ramallah in the West Bank. The delegation created murals with members of the local community. The murals illustrated the stories, memories, beauty and dreams of the children, people and families living in the midst of daily violence.Following are excerpts from a report by Rabbi Gottlieb from Nablus, Palestine: Balata Arts Delegation: Meeting with women in Palestine. '''...Today, Dara, Jared, and I joined George as he translated speeches from elected officials in Jenin to a special program out of University of California schools, including Irvine, called the Olive Tree Initiative. About 33 Jewish, Israeli, Palestinian, Muslim and Christian students travel together to learn each other's narratives and develop a sensitiv-ity to 'the situation' by being on the ground. As we stood before a sculpture of a larger-than-life-size horse, constructed with ambu-ulance parts collected after the Jenin battle of 2002, students expressed their deep appreci-ation for each other's presence and courage. The Olive Tree Initiative tries to hold a neutral position in relation to the conflict in order to create bridges of understanding among both Jewish and Palestinian communities. Students on the trip struggle to make sense of the dozens of stories they hear throughout Israel and Palestine. People are tired of occupation, tired of armed struggle, tired of restrictions and harassment. They just want to live a normal life. Almost every family in Palestine carries loss. One mother, Um Emad, the founder of the Women's Programme Center, still mourns the death of her eldest son, a photographer. He was shot during the second intifada while filming events. Like many injured people, Israeli soldiers on the scene did not permit the family or medical personnel to attend to his wounds, and he bled to death in the street. '... The women at the center recognized me from my last visit '... as did the representa-tives of the village of Ramona, which we visited after lunch. It's a wonderful feeling to return and return again and feel people's appreciation for the ongoing work of solidar-ity. One of the representatives, Husam, speaks Hebrew fluently, so we moved into a deeper conversation. He shared his experience of taking his son to the sea for the first and only time in his life. A Jewish Israeli friend drove them to Acco. His son flew like a bird across the sand and didn't want to leave. He asked his father, ''Why don't Palestinians have a sea?'' Husam is also a member of 'The Golden Walk,' a peacewalk organization of Palestin-ians and Jews who believe in nonviolence. Every month he enters Israel to be part of the circle. '...Today we met seven wonderful women who volunteer at the Women's Programme Center. The women chose the sites, which will be the subject of our work in the Balata Refugee Camp. One site is the only open space in the camp where children can play amidst the houses. Balata is about one square mile with a network of houses that are three story concrete buildings. The unofficial play-ground is an open space about 20 square feet, with blank walls and concrete ground that has four entrance ways. We are hoping to paint all four walls with images that arise from the hopes and dreams of the children living here. The second site is a remarkable area in the old city which features a faded mural of a woman washing clothes that was severely damaged during the second intifada. Beneath the mural, three martyrs are remembered by the community. The walls of Balata and Nablus are filled with the names of fighters as well as those in prison. The image of the rose and a flaming candle are typical forms of remembrance that families put on the exterior of their homes. The opportunity to paint a mural in the heart of the old city will involve us in a process with people in the neighborhood. We all feel very blessed for such an opportu-nity to work in this way with local artists and residents. Majdi, our guide and teacher, is responsible for making this possible. I also bought a dumbek in the market, and while sitting on a chair waiting for Jared to buy some toothpaste, an elder man noticed the drum and asked if I could play. So, I started to play beladi rhythms and immedi-ately attracted about 20 people who started clapping. Drums are a fantastic way to bring people together and we hope to play during our painting sessions.''Water Delegation to Afghanistan & Global Days of ListeningAlso in September, in partnership with the Inter-Faith Peacebuilders, and the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers, FOR-USA sponsored the Clean Water delegation to Afghanistan that was led by National Council member, Douglas Mackey, including his wife Jody Mackey and Larry Kerschner. Spending almost a month in Kabul and Bamiyan, FOR delega-tion members heeded the call of one Afghani mother whosaid their greatest need was for clean water. Delegation members brought training and construction supplies for bio-sand water filters, through Friendly Water for the World and DACAAR, a Denmark-based nonprofit. In Bamiyan, they joined the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers (AYPV) in building the water filters, participated in the Global Days of Listening project on September 21 with the Afghan youth, and, provided training in the Geo-graphic Information System for members of DACAAR to support their humanitarian aid work. In addition, they connected with Afghan womens' cooperatives in Kabul, and collected stories and experiences from Afghans for publishing and sharing in the United States on their return.FELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATIONtotal fans: 2,356 Visits by City: New York, Seattle, Jakarta, Chicago, London, PhiladelphiaFacebook statisticstotal fans: 3,084Visits by City: New York, San Francisco, Bogot, London, Los Angeles, Nyack, BrooklynNote: Cities are from March to June only, per Facebook's limitations.\ communicationsbetween July 1 and October 31, 2011between January 1 and june 30, 2012Online CommunicationsFOR's growth in various online media continues to be robust. By fiscal year end, our Facebook fans had increased by 37%. We passed the 3,000 threshold of Facebook supporters and now have more than 1,900 Twitter followers. On Facebook, while we continue to be most popular with 'Baby Boomers;' the interest in our work by 'Millennials' and 'Generation Xers' is growing. Using our Salsa platform, eighty e-blast messages were sent to FOR members since the beginning of 2012. Our ''open rate'' on e-messages reflects current industry standards. Since the beginning of the year, ninety-plus blog entries have been posted.11% 16%9.9%3.7%0.34%9.7%10.9% 6.4%11.4%9.8%3.4%0.2%10.4%Female51%13''171 8''2425''3435''4445''5455+0.42% 11%13''17 1 8''2425''34 35''4445''54 55''64 65+Female52.6%male44.3%8.5%male 43%8.5%8.3%9.1%4.2%0.4% 3.7%9%9.1%8.6% 5%18
Fiscal year campaigns and projects included the Continental Campaign, 10th Anniversary of the Peace Communities in Colombia, North American speaking tours, and implementation of an Advocacy Research Skills project for both seasoned and fledgling activists.Peace Community Accompaniment: Towards the end of the first quarter, Liza, Susana and accompaniment workers met for a bi-annual working retreat. The retreat focused on the status of our relationships with our partners, analyzing the current political context, reviewing both work accomplished and, plans for the next six months. FOR's accompaniment team also promoted an online, photographic ''The Land You Love'' Campaign consisting of personal, visual appeals to Colombian political leaders to expose and address the issue of forced displacement. The campaign culminated in Colombia during the first week of October during the National Congress on Land, Territory and Sovereignty. A growing concern for the San Jos(C) Peace Community and FOR accompa-niers is the security conditions for people in the region who are not themselves, peace community mem-bers. During the previous six month period, nine people were killed in the surrounding areas. The deaths of civilians outside of the Peace Commu-nity do not generate the same political pressure as the killings of peace community members; however, this exposes the tenuous security conditions in the region. The San Jos(C) team in La Uni"n has been accompanying almost consistently for the past six months to help increase the pres-ence and help create, along with the two other accompaniment organizations in the area, an almost permanent accompaniment presence in the settlement of La Esperanza. Here, in a tiny village, which is reached by four hours on foot, the threats and presence of illegal armed forces continue to remain high; villagers remain nervous, scared and uneasy, and numerous families have left toguarantee their safety. There is a ban restrict-ing storeowners from re-opening their stores, and, to obtain essentials such as oil, toilet-ries, salt and sugar, locals must walk by foot to the nearest town. Despite seeing increased militarization on their lands, the Peace Community family in La Esperanza has remained strong; and even have prospects of building new homes. Accompanying our other partners On March 8th, International Women´s Day, the Bogota team accompanied the Red Juvenil as they protested, marched and performed in the streets of Medell­n, highlighting abuses that women throughout the country have, and continue to suffer. The team also accompanied the Antioquia Peasant Association to a nearby agricultural community to celebrate endangered natural resources in the area, highlighting the risks that potential dams, development projects and investments have for the environment as well as on surrounding communities.Continental Campaign against Foreign Military Bases The Continental Campaign originated on December 10, 2009 in Porto Alegre, Brazil as a response to the escalating militarization taking place in the region since President Obama took office. FOR-USA, along with dozens of other faith and grassroots groups in the United States joined in backing this critical campaign. The U.S.-based groups publicly declared ''we support the efforts of Latin American grass-roots organizations committed to a just peace for a civil, demo-cratic, and massive mobilization to make Latin America free of foreign military bases and enclaves.'' Susanna was one of the leading speakers during the October 8-9, 2011 March on the U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Florida. Activists participated in demonstrations in front of the U.S. Southern Command's new headquarters. In preparation for the April 2012 People's Summit of the Americas, FOR joined in the development of a joint position on hemi-spheric relations and the role of U.S. policies in the region. The People's Summit in Cartagena held April 14-15 was very successful. Entitled ''Connecting the Americas: partners for prosperity,'' it included a one-day forum on militarization, the war on drugs and military bases. FOR's proposal to link ''Days and Prayer and Days of Action'' (DOPA) to the People's Summit was accepted. A variety of religious groups were invited to participate in a one-day gathering, with over 100 people and representatives from churches from all over Colombia, as well as representatives from Canada, US, and several South Ameri-can countries. It produced a comprehensive statement, with a theological reading on militarization. It was also used as an opportu-nity to move forward a peace initiative that several Colombian churches are working on. The SERPAJ Latin American quadrennial assembly in Chile served as an opportunity to deepen collaboration with this network, inviting them into the Continental Campaign. The recently formed Southern Command military base of Conc"n, near Valparaiso, was also an opportunity to support grass-roots organizing around military bases and militarization expansion. During her visit to Chile, Susana met with representatives from the human rights, labor, student and indig-enous movement, helping to foster the creation of a Chilean No Bases Coalition. She was a speaker at the Human Rights Seminary in the Catholic University in Valparaiso, and participated in a press conference with SERPAJ founder and Nobel laureate Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, and gave several interviews to the radio, TV, and print media. Here in the U.S., FOR-USA supports the Continental Campaign through John's organizing of a 'Peoples Movement Assem-bly' on the drug war in Oakland. This work lifts up discussions of criminal justice, public health and foreign policy. Also in April, FOR coordinated a letter to the State Department signed by 18 organiza-tions urging the State Department to disclose the military units assisted by the US in four Latin American countries; and how new provisions in the human rights law that prohibits foreign aid to abusive military and police units will be implemented.Colombia Peace Community's 10-year Anniversary To commemorate the first accompani-ment work in 2002, by two FOR volunteers with members of the peace community in San Jos(C) de Apartad", Liza, John and Susanna organized a 10-year anniversary event in Bogota in collaboration with seven other international accompaniment organiza-tions that also accompany human rights defenders and rural communities around the country. The first peace community was created by campesinos in northwestern Colombia who committed themselves to nonviolent resis-tance in the midst of war. Since its begin-nings, more than 30 volunteers have served as human rights observers as part of the international community of the Colombia Peace Presence (CPP). FOR is present because we believe in the struggle and rights for safety of the peasant farmers and their families. The anniversary event looked at how accompaniment has worked over the last 15+ years since the beginning of the peace community and explored the question of whether it is still a relevant tool within the current Colombian context. The event was well-attended including representatives from the British, Canadian, US, Ecuadorian, Mexi-can, Cuban and Indian Embassies, along with representatives from the United Nations and Incoder (the state agency that oversees land title issues) as well as representatives from funding agencies such as Christian Aid, Lutheran World Relief and Project Counseling Services. Peace Caravan Speaking Tours As part of our Advocacy work, FOR supported and helped organize several speaking tours featuring peace leaders and conscientious objectors from the U.S., Mexico and Colombia. Collaborating with organizations such as Borderlands Heeding God's Call, the Brady Campaign, the Presby-terian Peace Fellowship, and with the leader-ship of National Council member Rick Ufford-Chase, tours included our jointly coordinated Southern Caravan of the Mexico Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), and a spring tour on conscientious objection with Sebastian Pi±eros of the Bogota collective of ACOOC (Colombian Collective Action of Conscientious Objectors). Addressing the drug war, gun trafficking, human rights for immigrants, militarized foreign policy, and money laundering, the speaking tours traveled through sites in northern Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S. including , Texas, Oregon, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Washington, DC, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York.Research and Advocacy / Militarism Watch In order to strengthen research skills among activists working against U.S. militari-zation, John developed a series of webinars and workshops, including the creation of a webpage: forusa.org/militarism-watch. Webinar topics have highlighted obtaining official information via the Freedom of Information Act, FOR's accompaniment work in Colombia, researching military contracts, and feminist approaches to researching militarism. Other projects involve teaching a course on strategic research of U.S. militarism for the Alliance for Global Justice, and work-ing with three other researchers on indexing a cache of ''Plan Colombia'' documents.Statement of Financial Position June 30, 2012 with summarized financial informationfor the year ended June 30, 2011AssetsCash and cash equivalentsInventoriesPrepaid expensesInvestmentsInvestments held in charitable remainder trustsInvestments held for gift annuitiesEquipment - net of accumulated depreciation $290,716 - 2012; $287,889 - 2011Due from affiliated organizations Total assetsLiabilities And Net AssetsLiabilities: Accounts payable and accrued expenses Demand loans payable Gift annuities payable Liability under charitable remainder trusts Total liabilitiesNet assets: Unrestricted: Undesignated Invested in equipment Invested for gift annuities Total unrestricted net assets Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted Total net assets Total liabilities and net assets2012$ 46,8564,3528221,980506,2811,665,24016,724461,524$ 2,703,779 38,288 125,799 1,128,491 255,712 1,548,290 135,491 16,724 423,900 576,115 425,158 154,216 1,155,489 2,703,779 2011$ 59,679 7,670 1,980 573,301 1,835,780 969 507,432 $ 2,986,811 51,450 125,799 1,206,342 284,740 1,668,331 179,140 969 508,804 688,913 475,351 154,216 1,318,480 2,986,811 T o re ce ive a full copy of F OR's Fis cal Y e ar 2012 Finan cia l Report, conta ct info@forusa.org , o r, cal l FOR: 845.358.4601, x29.19
Support and revenue:ContributionsBequestsLocal groupsProgram and special projectsFellowship magazineBookstore salesRental incomeInvestment incomeMiscellaneousActuarial gain (loss) on annuity obligationsChange in value of charitable remainder trusts Total support and revenue before net assets released from restrictionsNet assets released from restrictions Total support and revenueExpenses:Local/regional groupsCreating a Culture of PeaceNonviolent Youth CollectiveTask Force Latin America & CaribbeanGeneral programFellowship magazineBookstoreProjects and initiativesGeneral and administrativePension expenseDepreciation expenseFundraising Total expensesChange in net assets before transfer of investments to/from Friends of Fellowship of Reconciliation, Inc.Transfer of investments to/from Friends of Fellowship of Reconciliation, Inc.Change in Net AssetsNet Assets at Beginning of YearNet Assets at End of Year total$ 680,200 154,810 36,443 80,931 32,652 12,523 60,046 13 12,961 139,884 10,361 1,220,824 - 1,220,824 125,985 127,414 99,822 174,281 28,289 179,569 8,689 175,875 297,575 39,590 2,164 345,582 1,604,835 (384,011) 342,303(41,708)1,360,188 $1,318,480 Statement of activities June 30, 2012 with summarized financial information for the year ended June 30, 2011Unrestricted PermanentlyRestricted2011$ 579,319502,7566,93516,930 8,91928,196 47,720 73,421(44,229) (29,702)1,120,272 30,4771,150,74913,849118,489 230,441264,200 7,522127,285 1,795182,818 177,122 49,1692,827357,3971,532,914(382,165) 269,367(112,798) 688,913$ 576,115$6,000 (7,786)(1,786)(30,477)(32,263)(32,263)(17,930)(50,193) 475,351 $ 425,158 154,216 $ 154,216 $ 585,319 502,7566,93516,930 8,91928,19647,720 73,421(52,015)(29,702)1,118,486 - 1,118,48613,849118,489230,441264,200 7,522 127,285 1,795182,818177,122 49,169 2,827357,397 1,532,914 (414,428) 251,437(162,991)1,318,480 $1,155,489TemporarilyRestricted 2012AMBASSADORS OF RECONCILIATION$2,500 AND GREATERElizabeth Anderson Appleton Foundation Ernie Julius & Carolyn J. 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Frey Lily Friedman Burton R. & Margaret R. Frost Victor Fujii Father John P. Fuller Marian D. Fuson Vanessa T. & Michael M. FusonAileen G. Gaal Susan Gaffney David W. Gagne Jane Galbraith Stephen I. Gallant Zona & Omer Galle John B. & Nancy S. Gallini Frances J. Garci-Aguirre Lila M. Gardner Beverly A. Gavel Glenda Gayle Winifred Gegg Fred & Susan Geiger Wendy Clarissa Geiger The Rev. Robert A. Geller Leslie Gentile Warren & Peggy George Elizabeth B. Gerlach Alessio Giacomucci Hali & Dorothy Giessler Robert & Lynn Gill Walter Glickman Mary S. Gmeiner Lucille Godfrey Robert H. Goetz Heshi Howard Gorewitz & Caryn Helfer Dorothy C. Gosting Rabbi Lynn E. Gottlieb The Rev. Robert J. Granger Dr. James Joseph Gray Charles Greene Linda & William Greene Joann Griffin Mr. & Mrs. William J. Griswold Thurman T. Grossnickle Laurie Gruenbeck Susan Gulick & Rod Margason Laurie Martin Gunter Wayne C. & Lynette E. Guyer H. W. Peace Project Beth D. Haas Edwin D. & Janet M. Hale Brent Stuart Hall Howard Hallman Steve Hallstrom Dr. Martha T. Halsey Arthur & Marcia Hammon Drs. Nancy & Stanley Handmaker Joan M. Haner Sarah B. Hanke Meredith Hanrahan-Boshes & Roger A. BoshesVincent J. Hardt Joanne K. Hardy Dick & Anna Harrison Nancy Harrison-Noonan Lynda W. Hartman Henry & Marjorie Harvey Margaret A. Hawkins Sam Hays Thomas F. Heck Mary Heckler Christina M. Hefty Jonathan M. Heller Herbert W. Hennings David Hetland Rachel & John Heuman Don Heyse Melissa Hochstetler Alice M. Hoffman Luise N. Hoffman W. J. Hollingsworth Robert & Veronica Holmes Joseph W. Holt Jeff Hood Stephen C. & Mary H. Hood Leon & Dorothy Hopper William G. Horton Dr. & Mrs. Abram M. Hostetter Katherine L. Houston Lynda L. Howland James A. Hubley Meg Hudson Jennifer Huebner Owen & Elaine Hughes Thomas A. Hulbert & Nancy S. Scheer Dorothea R. Hunter Edith Fisher Hunter Katharine A. Hunter & James W. Hauser Rabbi Mark Hurvitz The Rev. Charles L. & Eunice HutchinsonKarla & Jonathan Ice H. Larry & Clara R. Ingle Amanda Jack Roland James Ray & Phyllis Jansma Sydney W. Jarvis Jay Management Company LLC William H. Jefferys III Stephen & Kathy Jens-Rochow Louise E. Johnson Sister Virginia Johnson R.C.D. Ken & Jean Jones William D. & Ann L. Jones Milton & Anne Jordan Rabbi Paul & Batya Joseph Joyce James Aryay Kalaki Francis A. Kasper Vincent & Jane Kavaloski Maryellen Kelley Frances & Howard KelloggLinda & Reade Kelly Herbert C. Kelman Carole J. & Clarence Kent Lois Kenyon Nita & Ken Kenyon Daniel D. Kereth Charles L. Kerstein Ann F. Kieffer Ken Kieffer Beth & Gordon Kieft Brian Kiely Katharine Kilpatric Hardin W. King W. Ivan King Jan & Ted Kinnaman J. Theodore & Mary K. Klein Mary C. Kleiner Alice Kloker Michael & Sachiko Knappman Herbert G. & Ann O. Knauth Ione Kemp Knight William R. & Gayl A. Knox Robert E. Koenig Franklin & Lavern Kohl Donald & Ruth Kovacs Jacqueline Kremer Lowen & Ruth Kruse Walter William Kuhre & Susan P. Righi Earl T. Kumfer Dr. Patricia L. Kutzner George R. Lakey Training Center Joseph P. Lalka &Teresa Ribadeneyra Pat Lamanna Suzanne Lamborn A. J. Lamme III John W. Laney Ellen Langsather James B. Langworthy Las Cruces Friends Meeting Erika E. Lauffer Desmond & Alice Lawler Jane W. Lawther Susan Leaver Eleanore Lee Norris & Nancy Lee Charles & Mavourneen Leeper Grace T. Lefever Angela G. Lehman-Rios David Leifer Theo E. & Gail Lemaire Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Deane Leonard Richard Leuba David L. Levering Alan Thomas Levin Adam Levine Gayle F. Lewis Lillian Lewis Richard T. & Rose M. LewisJune E. Licence Mary Liston Liepold PhD John Light Samuel F. N. LightwoodLilith Joyce & Ted LiljeholmThomas B. Lloyd Kristin E. Loebbecke & Al Stavitsky William A. Loftquist Lucy Mish Logan Kristin K. LokenBeverly & Don LongMerle LongwoodJulia Dorsey & David Loomis Karen L. Loomis Linda Loomis Charles & Beverly Lord Nancy S. Lovejoy Andrew A. & Jessica Lukas David & Sandra Lyons Doug Mackey David C. MacMichael Mildred M. Mahoney Daniel J. Malakoff Katherine & Christo Mallalieu Albon P. Man Louise Mann Carol Manning Frances & Peter Marcuse David Markel William R. & Mary E. Marlow Henry Marshall lllJean B. & Daniel Martensen John W. Martin Robert J. & Suzanne L. MartinLinda Mashburn Arnold & Margaret Matlin Marge A. MaustAllen McAfeeThe Rev. Carole & Duncan McCallumRon & Terry McCollumVelma M. Duell McConnellCharles McCormackElizabeth McElhillJoseph M. McGowan Dan & Tammy McKanan Larry & Nancy McKaughan Gerre McKenna Rev. Dave & Robin MclammaVictor W. McLaneJean McLaughlinMary H. McLaughlinDonald M. McPhersonLee McRae Susan McRae Katharine Meacham-Conover David R. Meade Mark Meade Peter J. MetzBunny MeyerDavid P. Michener M.D.Greta Mickey The Rev. David James Miller & Linda MillerJonette O. MillerMargery Jane Miller Mary H. MillerSuzanne S. MillerScott Miller & Janet Burdi David P. MillsGeorge MillsBetty Emery MinerPeter R. MitchellRuth MoerdykElaine & Joseph Molnar Monastery of Saint GertrudePamela M. Moore Ralph B. Moore Robert E. Morehouse Mary M. Morgan Kayren B. Morrill Stephanie Morris & Carl M. Shiigi Bob MorseLouise J. MorseAllyn M. MossThomas MulhernJames Munves Mark MurphyKatharine D. MyersRoberta A. & Ronald E. MyersAlice K. NakahataThe Rev. Timothy M. NakayamaIsaac & Lensey NamiokaLucille NasseryJoy & Randy NelsonMerwyn & Barbara NelsonCraig L. NessanAnita NessinRobert NeuhauserHugh G. Nevin Jr.Louisa P. NewberryRobert NixonDave & Ruby NofzigerNancy Jo NordWilliam & Patricia NottinghamDr. John NuessleThomas A. & Rita G. O'ConnorFrancis & Lenora O'DonnellDennis O'NeilPatrick & Mary Ann O'SheaSamuel P. Oast IIIMary Jane OglesbyGeorge A. OldhamDeane & Claudene OlivaMaria Ornelas & Brian RasnowJim OrrJean W. Orton Rebecca OtterCelia E. PalmDr. Waldemar Palutke M.D.Scott & Jeanne ParadiseIsobel ParkeEleanor ParkerHarold L. ParkeyC. Richard ParkinsPatricia Parkman William & Larae Parry Timothy H. & Lynn B. Parshall Glenn & Dorothy Patterson Jean P. Patterson Gary & Marilyn Patton Marcia I. PaullinPax Christi Metro New YorkThomas D. Paxson Jr.Jack & Christine Payden-TraversCharles B. & Evelyn PaysonRick & Kathleen PearceRuth E. PeeplesJ. Britt & Nan S. Pendergrast Klaus Penzel Dr. & Mrs. Joseph A. & Joanne PerezAnjeanette L. Perkins The Rev. H. Wesley Perkins Kenneth & Margaret Perkins Charles N. Petersen Paulann Petersen The Pfizer Foundation Kay Pickering The Rev. Nathaniel Pierce Phyllis & Marc PilisukThe Rev. John F. Piper Jr.Leonid S. PolevoyThe Rev. Robert Pollard III Scott Poole Diane M. Porter June PotochnikNancy A. Potter Prenax Ltd.Susan Dalton PressonAlta L. Price MDAnn Freeman Price Lois Q. RaczWilliam H. RaderBarbara M. RahnElizabeth A. Raid & Lou Gomez Jr.Cynthia Hirni & Bob Raines Timothy RandFrancis Ballard RandallPaul F. Randel Susan Ravitz The Rev. James E. RayDaphne M. Raz & Philip Hyre Razoo Foundation Reading Monthly Meeting of Friends Robert A. & Johanna RebmanDennis P. RedmondShelley C. ReeceTom ReidJoan ReidyLeslie ReindlJose L. ReissigEdward & Sigrid RennerStanley L. Reynolds & Judith AppletonRobert I. Rhodes Maxim Karl & Nancy Rice Judith E. RichRobina Ingram RichCharles & Nancy RichardJerald & Ann RichardsAnne M. RichterJayne E. Riggs & Stan SivesindDenny RileySusan RileyRichard RivardEdith & Christopher Roberts Jean Roberts Roger Robison Rochester Friends MeetingJane & Joseph Roehrig IIIMary Janette Rogers John K. & Nancy B. RohdeEleanor Dietrick RooneyCharles & Martha RootOren Root Colleen RoseJudy RosenblithPeggy RosenthalRev. Nancy L. RothArnold & Betty RotsDan & Margo Royer-MillerDr. George Rubin Bonnie J. RuggieroFrederick W. Rungee Carlton & Lorna RussellDonald & Diana RyanKatharine W. RylaarsdamVictor & Juliana SabiniDavid SaboldSusan E. & Bruce K. SafferyDouglas SafranekSaint Williams ChurchIngrid Wendt & Ralph J. SalisburyRussell SalisburyHugh & Barbara SanbornJack SawyerAnne SayreMaya SchenwarCantor Robert S. ScherrBill ScheurerDavid M. SchillingJackie G. SchirnThe Rev. Barbara H. & Mel SchlachterJay SchmidtDr. Stuart M. SchmidtCharlotte E. & John SchroederMarion G. & John M. Schultz21June M. SchumacherElizabeth A. SchuttGary & Judith SchwabPatricia C. SchwarzlanderBarbara J. ScottPerry & Lisa ScottPenny Sampert Scribner Scott Searles Jr.Laroy E. & Mary F. SeaverPeter & Toshi SeegerKenneth L. SehestedJo Ann SeiquistPaul SelkerRoberta G. Selleck Janet & Martin SeltmanEllie Calvert ShacterBeryl ShahanTom SheaKaren S. SheahanSusan H. ShearouseLinda L. SheehyJ. Barrie & Mhairi ShepherdTai ShigakiThe Rev. William S. ShirleyMary & Henry ShoiketHallam C. & Yasuko F. ShorrockJudith E. ShosieRichard A. SignoreJames SimmonsJohnny SimmonsSisters of Saint DominicanSisters of Saint Joseph of PeaceDolores Skerritt-SeskinJaney SkinnerShirley & Sid Skirvin Jeffrey C. Slade & Ruth A. Diem William H. Slavick William & Katherine Sloan Jody Slocum Concetta Smart Anne Smiley Ann E. Smith Clyde C. & Renee L. Smith David A. & Dorothy R. Smith Rosalind B. Smith Robert & Barbara Smucker Edward Snyder Francisco Sola Marian & Ted Solomon John Somers Kathleen Somers Dolores K. Somers Young David & Barbara Sparling Douglas D. & Alice C. Speers Peter H. Spendelow & Jill D. Schatz Patricia & William Spicer Mark L. & Paula J. Springer St. Paul's Lutheran Church Patricia A. & Tim L. Stalder Mary F. StampJane T. StantonChareen StarkEvelyn Staus Lee Steelman Peter Stettenheim The Doctors Edwin & Jessica StickneyRobert & Sally StoddardJacqueline StoverShirley & Harold StromJennifer R. StuckerAl StumphJackson & Patricia SturgeonDavid SummergradJohn V. SurrAlan Sussman Donald Sutherland Gerald Swanson Miriam & David SwartzBeverly SwiftGloria SwitzerSusan SylvanTacoma Friends Meeting Jackson MayesJess Tambellini Carolyn & John TamblynElinore & Nancy TaylorPriscilla Taylor-WilliamsSilvia TennenbaumAlice ThompsonMargaret R. ThompsonThe Doctors Leo & Yvonne ThorneFred & Virginia ThornthwaiteConstance C. ThurberWilliam J. ToaspernKathleen G. Todd M.D.Eric Tommerdahl Betsie & Robert TremantGeorge L. TriggThelma TriplettWarren & Martha TropfEugene A. TroxellHerbert F. TuckerThe Rev. Dawson W. & Jean M. TunnellGlennette & Albert TurnerRichard M. UglandLaverne & Warren UhteDorothy Van DyckCarolynn Van DykeRuth & Glenn Van HaitsmaLaurel B. Van HamSuzanna W. VanderveerKate VanDerzee-Glidden & Robert Glidden Joyce Vandevere Ruth H. Varney Donna & Demetri VasiliadesRaoul & Joan Vegosen Jo Vellacott Ethan & Rima Vesely-Flad Marcia Vickery Gilbert H. & Dorothy Vieira The Rev. Lester Vier Carol ViethMartha O. Vinick Dana Visalli Visitation Monastery of Minneapolis Jane VolckhausenAlice WacoBarbara WadePaul & Mary Wagoner William & Eleanor Wainwright James E. Wallace Leonore Walters Brian J. J. Ward The Rev. W. Joel Warner Jr. & Rev Noel Koestline Frank & Joyce Warren Thomas & Kathleen Washburn Grace Washington The Rev. Dale M. Weatherspoon J. Richard & Margaret Weaver Mitchell W. & Maureen Webb Frank & Barbara Weber Mary Tupper D. Webster Ruth Weizenbaum Kay Welsch George P. WertinRichard & Sandra WestbyRobert & Janet WhitakerThomas Russell WhitakerAnne Julie White Grace B. White John & Loretta White Bruce A. & Virginia S. Whitehouse Jane E. & Donald D. Wick Jan Wilbur Fred A. Wilcox The Rev. Lyle Wilgenbusch Monica WillardStephen & Elizabeth WilleyRobert WilliamsRobert & Joanne WilliamsThomas W. & Harriet J. WilliamsRobert C. WilliamsonBenjamin WilsonDarrel & Elizabeth Wilson The Rev. Philip Wilson Ronald Winslow Wilson Peter C. & Kathleen P. Wise Lawrence S. Wittner Gene Wolery Martin Wolf Dorothy Virginia Wolfe Rick Wolfe & Janis Schmitz Dale F. Wolfgram Frank H. & Raquel K. Wood Margaret Ellis Wood Marina J. Wood & Fernando Romero David C. Woolman Robert Wootton Liz & John Workman Angela Wright J. Howard & Carol K. Wright Judith C. Wrzesinski Thomas E. Wulling Dolly & David Yates Linda & Delmar Yoder Ellen Roberts Young Clifton L. Youngman Jr. Joseph Yutsus Jr. Ellen & Leonard Zablow Eva Zazueta-Lara & Antonio Lara Charlotte ZerbeH. Berrien ZettlerW. Jerome & Vera ZimmermanOtto Zingg & Elaine Oser ZinggRosalind ZusesFRIENDS OF CHANGE$25 TO $49Dona J. & Frank J. Ahern Thomas L. Aitken Professor Gene Alexander Ruth E. Allard & Erik Schickedanz Nola & Frank Allen Cookie Anderson Joan W. Anderson William W. Anderson Walter & Melinda Andrews Terence R. Anthoney Eugene B. Antley Matthew Arcuri Kay Arnold Ardyce J. Asire Associated Solo Artists, Inc. Mie Athearn Jody A. Atkinson Steven Axelrod John & Patricia Baker-Batsel Phil & Charlotte Baker-Shenk Jeanie Barnes Elizabeth Barton Larry Bassett Sharon Bauer David Breakstone The Rev. Lavon Bayler Richard & Gene Beardsley Nancy B. Beck Jean C. Beckman Juliet Begley Elinor & Sam Benedict Valerie Bengal Robert D. Bersson Nirmala D. Bidani Beatrice & Judd Blain Sister Lesley Block O.P. Richard Bloom Bridget McCoy Shane Boeder Deborah G. Bonell Ross & Vera Boone Patricia Bradford Ronice E. Branding The Rev. Ruth M. Brandon Gerri Brauneis Marian D. Breckenridge Joyce I. Bressler Paul & Helen Brink Yolanda & Peter Broad Tracy Brulotte Paul & Carol Ann Brun Del Re Bernice Rose Bulgatz Donald Bump Samuel B. Burgess M.D. Leonard B. Burkhardt Bruce W. Burley Elizabeth G. Burr Vinie Burrows Harry J. Bury Myokei Caine-Barrett Dorothy Louise Calvani Catherine M. Cameron S. Cameron Jim Campanella Catherine A. Camporini The Rev. Carole Carlson Mark & Ann Carlson John A. & Margaret Carr Barry F. & Peggy J. Cavaghan Christina Cernos & Ramon Puga Patricia Chaffee Bill & Alex Chase Walter & Betty Jane Chura Rita Clark Thomas H. Cleary Jean R. & Robert A. Cleland Nancy Adams Cogan Ellen Cohen Dr. Kristine & Terry Cole Charles E. Collyer & Pamela Zappardino Harry E. Colwell III Community of Saint Francis Robert Conger Mr. & Mrs. James Conklin David G. Conlin Joel Conn Juanita C. Contreras Betty Cooper Eric Corson Peter Cousins Eloise M. Cranke Glenn & Darien Cratty James R. Crawford Frances Crowe Mary Rose Curtis April Hall & Craig Hall Cutting Mike Daly Dennis Damato Linda Darga Susan Davenport Richard S. Davis & Phebe Schwartz J. S. De Simone M A Earley Shulamit Decktor Frances F. Delahanty Emily A. Demmin Cliff & Jane Denay Andrew D. Deppe The Rev. Jordan Edwards Dickinson Mary & Dave Dickson Joyce Dietrich Philip & Gean Dindia Ruth Doehring Elaine Douglass Barbara A. Drake Ruth M. Drake Richard & Nancy Dutton Dr. George Eastman Alexis Easton Alan C. Eccleston Robert Eckersley Robin Edidin Betty Edson Noel H. Egensperger Maurice G. Eldridge Susan J. Elias Nancy G. Elliott & Roy Lindstrom Mike & Joy Ellison Ted & Virginia Emigh Hermann & Luise Engelhardt Don Engelstad Ann F. Eno Bruce & Jane Ergood Roberta Etheredge Angelika & Daniel Evans Dr. Joseph J. Fahey Carol Fay The Rev. Lawrence C. & Anna Ferguson Jr. Doris B. Ferm Willard B. Fernald David Fersh Marlin A. & Lois J. Field Daniel & Anita Fine Maylin Harden Fisher Drew Fixell Yolanda Flad Robert S. Fleishman Jerald Lee Folk Charles P. Forbes & Marilyn M. Forbes Diana & Robert Forman Quinn & Maureen Forman John Fournelle Jean E. Fox Dennis W. Frado Eugene Mark Franceschini Elizabeth Frank Julie E. Frantz Francis & Ann Frellick Friends Academy Marie R. Galda Luanne Pasik & Kent Gale Cynthia & Roy Gallinger Sheila Garrett Karen Garvin Victoria Gaskell Margaret Gerring Michael C. Gigante Kenneth P. Giles Mary A. Giordmaine John & Sheila Girton Patricia S. Glasow Minerva Glidden Frank & Kay Goetz Laura Goldbaum Bert & Joan Golding Cathy Goldman Roswell & Marilynn Gordon Robert Goren Susan B. & Leonard Gorman James W. Gould Sam Gousen The Rev. Suzanne H. & Kelsey Graham Margaret Grannis Ruth Graves Dr. Gibson Gray Dana Greene Kenneth K. Grenz Archie Gress Roberta R. Gribbon Anne H. Griffis Jean Holladay Grosbach Charlotte S. Gross Phyllis Grossman Isabelle Gunning Ginny & Mike Gustin Beth Guthrie Barbara J. Haack Joyce A. Hall Chia Hamilton Nancy & Chuck Handlon G. F. L. Hariss Amanda E. & David Harrity Neil H. Hartman Anna Hasegawa The Rev. Cornelius Dewitt Hastie Mary Gibson Hatten Ernest M. Hawk Dale C. Hayes Jean Haynes Michael A. Heller Tom Hendrick Stephen S. Herbst Joyce S. Herman Naida Hernandez Arthur & Hildegard Herz Mary B. & Frank B. Herzel John & Dorothy Herzog Dr. Kristin Herzog Dale & Marion Hess Gloria Hess Richard Vanden Heuvel Franklin & Rose Hijikata George & Audrey Hinger Michael P. Hogan Christine Holden Elsie & Richard Hollenbeck Roy Holman Ruth S. Hood Ruth Ferguson Hooke Mildred & Wayne Horlacher Joan & Rodney Houck Robert E. Howell The Rev. Richard Huleatt Michael Humes Mr. & Mrs. William M. Hydon H. Patricia Hynes Joan Indusi Father Kenneth E. Irrgang Jane Jackson & H. David Bonner Kenneth G. Jacobs & Lisa Nissenbaum The Rev. Philip C. Jacobs III Stanley S. Jacobs Greta Jacobsen Mary Jacobsen Timothy Evans Jenkins Bill & Marlene Johnson Daniel J. Johnson Linda A. Johnson Lorraine D. Johnson Thomas M. Johnson Robert Johnston T. Canby Jones Susan Joseph Marilyn Jurich Professor Frank L. Kahl Marilyn & Bob Kaiser Mary Kambic Nadia R. Kanhai-Zamora Edward K. Kaplan Sherry Kasukonis Jane T. Kelly Matthew Kelly Brett M. Kelver Alexander Levering Kern & Rebecca Aeron Grunko Virginia & Richard Kerner Frank C. Kiehne Elaine Kihara & David Sweet Austin Kiley Leonard King Manny Kirchheimer Alfred D. Klinger Diane Knudsen Rabbi Aaron Kriegel Bertha Kriegler Louis Kriesberg Madonna & Thomas Kuciejczyk-Kernan Lois Kuster Kathryn E. Lafond Amy Lake Albert Ginouves Esther Landau Louis Landon Tony Langbehn Thomas Lee Patricia A. Lefevere Fred C. Leone Nancy C. Lesher Gerson & Debbie LesserMaria R. Lichtmann Theodore Lieverman Sheila & Dennis Linn Cecile B. Litherland Mary Lou Lovette Howell C. & M. Jean Lowe William J. Lucero Wilson B. & Mary A. Lutz Delores E. Lynch Laura Lynch W. Bruce Mackenzie The Rev. Fred A. Magley Charles & Sally Magneson John F. X. Mannion W. Eugene March Morton J. Marshack Theodore F. & Mary L. Marshburn Lois Martens Patricia Martens Balke Peggy Maslowski Bruce & Sandra Mason Janet Matlock Robert Mayer & Jan Muzyczka Margaret Mayfield Ray L. Maynard Charles Maze Anne McCarthy O.S.B. Gerald A. McCarthy Joseph D. McCarty Peter & Renda McCaughan J. Stanley McCracken Myles T. McDonald Nan McMurry Robert D. & Sara A. McNeil Carolyn & Myron Meier Elizabeth H. & E. Allen Mellen Robert Merikangas John & Carol Messerschmitt Ethel P. Metcalfe Loren Metzger Jody L. Meyer Roger J. Meyer M.D. Judith Michael Gaia Mika Liz Milazzo Ward C. Miles Twila Miller Norman Millett Marian H. Milligan Eleanor Milliken Michael G. Millman Cynthia & Ron Moe''Lobeda Carol Moeller Costa Daniel & Moira Moga Jean Mohr Nicholas & Nancy Mohr Jean M. Mont-Eton Mike Moore Michael J. Moran Chula & Hubert Morel-Seytoux Evelyn T. Morgan & Mary Elizabeth Gugliuzza Mary Lee Morrison & William B. Upholt Peg Morton Daniel Moses Miriam Moussaioff Andrew Greenberg Berneil R. Mueller Sister Maureen Murray RSHM William & Kathy Murray Kathryn Nehrbass Lewis R. & Nancy J. Nelson Sister Mary Nerney Raymond & Eleanor Newell Jr. Lafayette H. & Maym Noda James F. Noonan Betty Norbeck Mary A. & Paul E. Nordeen Nancy Nussbaum Vana & Dennis O'Brien James O'Callahan & Patricia A. Conway B. Ernest & Judy O'Donnell Gemma O'Donnell Patricia G. O'Malley-Cohn Joyce Ollman Isabel Olmsted Lynn F. Olson Dr. Irfan Omar Order of St. Helena Charles & Ruth Overby Steven K. Ozanne & Rev. Linda J. Gesling Jacob PaceGlenn D. Paige Joseph & Mary Palen The Rev. Paul G. Palmer Barbara R. Pampalone Annette R. Parent James V. Parker Cornelia H. Parkes Eric & Cristina Parsons Rosalie Tyler Paul Susan Paul Robert Paviour Jr. Dean G. Peerman Samuel & Cynthia Pendergrast Phyllis Pendleton Jerome B. Perkins Peg Hayes Verda Mae Peters Betty F. Peterson Robert C. Peterson Maxine E. Phillips & Thomas W. Roderick Linda M. Phillips-Ellsworth Roy L. Piepenburg Dwight & LaVonne Platt Ruth & Mike Podolin Raphael L. Podolsky Walter & Mary Lynn Porter Mary Porter-ChaseJudith Pressmar Rev. Emily B. Preston Nelson Price Sister Carol Proietti Paul & Mary Margaret Pruitt Craig & Sarah Putnam Ellyn Rabinowitz Dorothy A. Ramsey Alan B. Ranford Dr. Dana Raphael Steve Raymen Elisabeth J. ReesRabbi Victor Reinstein Michael Rice Phyllis Rodriguez Andy Rogers Rogers Library Suzanne Roman Barbara & Thomas Rona Jr. Leah Rossner Barry H. Roth M.D. Mr. & Mrs. Sanford Rothman June A. Rusten Ellen Baxter Sabbah Anne Saint Germain The Rev. William C. Sanford Sally Saulvester Duncan Saunders Laura L. & James J. Savage Jonathan Savrin Kathryn Seifert & Roy U. Schenk Esther Schiedel Lucile Schloming Dennis & Helen Schmidling David F. & Vicki S. Schmidt Nancy Schniedewind Ronnie Scotkin & Edward R. Hickey Kevin G. Scott Leroy Seat Larry Seilhamer Julian P. & Barbara S. Sellers William Howard Shannon Prithvi R. Sharma Howard & Barbara Shaw Jane Shepard Paul Sheridan & Kate Fitzgerald Professor Ernest & Eva Sherman Julie A. Shiner-Bazan Laurence H. & Suzanne Shoup Suzanne M. Baker-Shoup Thomas P. Sibley Sylvia L. Simms Larry Sklar Michael Skweir David & Perry-O Sliwa Walter & Anne Smiley Jenella M. Smith Nathaniel B. Smith Rosemary H. Smith Franz C. Snyder Joanne Spalding Bernard & Marcia Spitz Lawrence Stanley Leah & Bill Stenson Charles C. Stewart The Rev. J. Roy Stiles Pablo Stone Bertram & Lynne Strieb Edward C. Sullivan Barrie L. & Patrick H. Summers Leahe A. SwayzeJames E. Syphers J. Stuart Taylor lll Walter Taylor Sally M. Thompson Steven J. Thompson Sara Thomsen Jordan L. & Lori W. Tishler Mary Torchio Lana Touchstone Judith & Peter Trenholme Bethene Trexel & Jon Tenney Lisa & Hugh Trinkler Constance Trowbridge The Rev. Barbara B. Troxell Rev. Eugene Boutilier Patricia Trutty-Coohill Bernard D. Tuchman Carol S. Tufts Dean Tuttle Patricia Tweedy Karen Tyson Inokenti Ustiantseff Father John Van De Paer CICM J. Peter & Mary Van Der Veen Donna Marie Van Grinsven Luis A. Vasquez Clyde R. Vaughn Jr. Elizabeth H & Jose Vilar Valerie M. Vivian Beth & Joe Vogler Erika M. Voss Sara Ann Wagner Richard E. Waldrop John B. & Katherine Walker David Wampler Roger Keys Weaver Joanne Goulart Weber Rev. Daniel J. Webster Nora Weckler Kimberly Weichel Joel Weisberg Janet Watchman Diana G. Westbrook Tom & Darlene White Dr. Bill & Eleanore Wickersham Celeste Williams The Rev. Robert E. Willoughby Janney & Jean Wilson Laura Cean Wilson Mark Wilson Dr. Douglas & Carol Wingeier Antoinette M. Winters Kenneth & Wicky Woerthwein Nanlouise Wolfe & J. Stephen Zunes Gwen Wolverton Naomi R. Wray Theodore Wright Jr. Terry Wright & Phil Hornik Bernard & Jeanne Yurke
Schedule of Functional Expenses June 30, 2012 with summarized financial information for the year ended June 30, 2011Salaries and payroll taxesPension expenseOther employee benefitsProfessional feesSuppliesTelephone and internetMailing costsOccupancyComputers and equipmentPrintingTravelDepreciationBank and payroll chargesDues and subscriptionsBooks, videos for resaleConsultantsGeneral program expensesInsuranceLocal/regional groupsSpecial eventsStaff development and trainingMiscellaneous Total expenses Programs Services$372,295 32,20556,0312,0098,52119,102 4,30190,92035,18920,488106,931 1,5333107,8705,11430,141 4,71810,27882,844 4,7611,23727,785$924,583 General and Administrative$166,4773,5404,22234,742 5251,655 17018,797 8,088 -20,726 86010,544 1,592 -2,098 -2,413 --4344,882$281,765Fundraising$156,917 13,424 6,717 9,076 1,816 1,544 26,781 25,177 17,948 15,815 19,666 434 - 5,213 - 14,809 - 3,426 - 1,450 1,230 5,123 $326,566 2012$695,689 49,16966,97045,82710,86222,30131,252134,894 61,22536,303147,323 2,82710,85414,675 5,11447,048 4,71816,11782,844 6,2112,90137,790$1,532,9142011$677,578 39,590 77,694 61,612 10,749 27,559 42,786 104,112 59,936 68,779 170,313 2,164 10,530 9,034 4,591 27,743 100 20,176 125,985 1,534 2,106 60,164 $1,604,835 TOTALSupporting ServicesFELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATIONAMBASSADORS OF RECONCILIATION$2,500 AND GREATERElizabeth Anderson Appleton Foundation Ernie Julius & Carolyn J. 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HutchinsCarl & Lorena Hyde Victoria I Kyoko Iitaka Steve IliffInland Communities FORInland Valley Friends Meeting Sandy & Deane IrvingJanet E. IrwinJoyce IrwinWilliam Isecke Ithaca Friends MeetingSally Hobbs Jackson Paul G. JantzenPatricia & Alain Jehlen Mary E. JellemaCeleste N. & Darwin D. Jirlesthe following contributions were received during the calendar year january 1 to december 31, 2012.Robert & Ruthann JohansenKathryn Johns Anne H. & Arthur W. JohnsonGay Gilpin Johnson Hollis M. Johnson Kaaren Johnson Marjorie Johnson Ronald & Elaine Johnson Gary Johnson-McNutt Barb Johnstone Jessica Jones Ruth Jost Tedd Judd Roberta Deboard Kalamazoo Friends Meeting Charles E. Karl Martha J. Karnopp Tom & Amy Kauffman Mark Kaufman Dorothy H. & R. David Kaylor Beth M. Kean Craig Gordon Frank R. Keller The Rev. Brian S. Kelley Virginia C. & William Kelly Mary M. Kelsey W. Jerry Kendall John I. & Barbara Kennedy Cynthia E. Kerman Barclay T. & Sonya Gray Key Harry & Arlene Kiely Sigrid Kilcullen Ginger F. & Dick G. King Susa King Judith Kingsley Douglas & Marjorie Kinsey Dwight & Eloise Kintner John & Phyllis Kirkwood Alyce Lynn & Michael E. Kitt Peter J. Kliewer Jeffrey & Katherine Klinger Lisa Klopfer Lucy F. Klug Peter & Sonali Knotek Julia R. Knox-Hudson Brian Kohn Richard G. Kraeuter Fred & Joan Kramer Alan J. & Ruth Ann Kromholz Benjamin Kuipers Laura Lein Ken E. & Ruth A. Kulp Carola Lacy Robert & Judith LaDrew John A. Laker Donna E. & Emma G. LaLonde David & Martha Lambert Susan Lamont John W. Lamperti The Rev. Kathy & Lewis Lancaster Dale E. & Barbara L. Landis Lynn D. Lane Ruth Carolyn Lange Dr. Lauren Langman Dr. Judith RichmanJohn A. & Alice W. Lapp Richard & Joyce Lashof Jeannine LavertyPatricia Lavery The Rev. James M. & Dorothy D. Lawson Jr. Eugene Leach Hannah H. Leckman Harry G. Lefever Gita M. & Martin S. Lefstein Sam Legg Milton Lehman Margaret B. 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Mayer Alvin C. & Anna L. McCall Dwight McCall William D. McClelland Clarence M. & Marita McClymonds James & Mary McCue Wallace H. & Nancy S. McCurdy Jr. Marie Therese McDermit A. Joan R. McDonald William K. McElvaney David W. McFadden Donald King McFadden Margaret McFadden Dr. Megan McKenna Andy & Corie McKibben Hugh S. & Caroline K. McLaughlinMartha & John McManamyEd & Ellen McManus Phil McManus Betsy Fairbanks Alice M. McMechen Society Friends Medford Monthly Meeting of the Religious Miguel Tad Melbin Nick & Mary Mele Katerina Melitsoulou Martin Melkonian Sylvia E. & John G. Melrose Lydia E. Mercado Sam & Susan Merrill Stephen K. Mershon Metta Center for Nonviolence Susan Metz Doris Metzler Susan A. Metzmaker Ken Meyer Thomas A. & Bonnie J. Michael Mid Shore Community Foundation Arthur Milholland &Dr. Luann MostelloMary & Richard Miller Ted Miller Belle Miller McMaster Martin & Pamela Miller-Hessel Dennis W. & Anne M. Mills W. Joseph & Linda R. Mills Gwen & Harold Minkler Nancy J. 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