"A profoundly useful addition to any peacemakers tool kit." —Elizabeth Ellis, professional storyteller and author of Every Day a Holiday
“From the Foreword by Kiran Singh Sirah to Doug Lipman’s lived experience in a classroom to the activist art of teens in St. Louis, to the wisdom of storytellers and diverse cultures around the world to the Afterwords of Martin Luther King, Jr. . . . this collection strives to sow strategies of peace through shared stories. Why not use this book to sow some peace in your community?”
—Milbre Burch, Ph.D., storyteller and thinker
“Sometimes when people talk about social media they discuss the form, not the content. One of the things I like about this little volume is it was born on social media. Without even meaning to, Lynnie and Sherry began a project of connecting people with more people—souls united in their collective passion for peace. I know Lynnie and Sherry to be Connectors of People. I know them to be intentional in their acts of kindness. And dang, Rather than being overwhelmed by social media, they have mastered it for the greater good.”
—Andy Offutt Irwin, musician, humorist, and storyteller
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Lyn Ford and Sherry Norfolk have studied social distrust, disturbance, and dysfunction throughout their professional lives, which has led them to compile this anthology of peacemaking tools, stories, and interviews. Ford lives in Columbus, Ohio; Norfolk in St. Louis, Missouri. Both tour nationally and internationally as professional storytellers, authors, and teaching artists.