WELCOME TO THE HUB PEACEBUILDER TOUR!
The Rotarian Action Group for Peace (RAGFP) invites you to meet-up with The Hub online or in person to share your thoughts about peacebuilding.
Through video interviews, we will be exploring two essential questions: "What does peacebuilding look like for you?" and "Why does peacebuilding matter?"
The Hub Peacebuilder is a mobile "space for peace" that has been 'Rotarized' with "The Four Way Test" and a colorful "Peace Map" featuring Rotary's worldwide peacebuilding network. It will serve as a venue for video interviews, inspiring live music and engaging conversations around peacebuilding.
The crew is available to appear at local club meetings, community gatherings or an evening "RAG FOR PEACE" Happy Hour. The goal of the tour is to expand the RAGFP network along the West Coast.
Selections from The Hub Peacebuilder Interview Series:
Meet The Hub Crew: Reem Jerry, Bianca and Patsy
Reem Ghunaim, Rotary Peace Fellow
Reem Ghunaim was a Palestinian child of 6 years old when she wrote her first poem about conflcit titled as " My Heart Aches". After 20 years Reem became a Rotary Peace Fellow. Currently,she is the Director of Operations of the Rotarian Action Group for Peace.
Patsy Ferrell, Tour Photographer
Jerry Leggett, Peace Troubadour, Tour Organizer
Jerry Douglas Leggett, a Rotarian who previously served as Executive Director of the Dayton International Peace Museum and now is the President & CEO of 21st Century Peace Literacy Foundation. Since the late 60's, Jerry has been writing music to entertain peace for audiences worldwide. Hear more free at: www.JerryLeggett.com
Patsy Ferrell, LCSW, is a visual artist and photographer. She is also founder of 21st Century Peace Literacy Foundation. She coordinates the Rotary Peace Fellow Card project. For twenty years, Patsy worked with Vet Centers in Arizona, Hawaii and California as a trauma therapist treating returning combat veterans.
Bianca Neff, Rotary Peace Fellow, Founder Petra Peacebuilders
Learn more about Bianca's work with Petra Peacebuilders at: www.petrapeacebuilders.org