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  • We're hiring a remote half-time Manager of Communications and Digital Organizing We’re Hiring a Manager of Communications and Digital Organizing (5/14/2021) - The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship seeks a half-time manager of communications and digital organizing to create, implement, and manage a communications strategy that amplifies the mission of PPF and grows and activates our base of activists, faith-rooted organizers, and donors. Who we are: PPF is a nonprofit (501(c)3) historic peace organization (founded in 1944) committed to … Read More
  • April 2021 Report from PPF Accompaniment Consejo Meeting (5/13/2021) - Written by Tricia Lloyd-Sidle, Accompaniment Consejo member At our last (March 2021) meeting, a leader from Agua Prieta said, “it means a lot that you ask, ‘how are you’? And you really care about the answer. You really want to hear what we have to say.”  April 7, 2021 report from leadership of CAME (Centro … Read More
  • No Air (5/13/2021) - There is no air between the treatment of Palestinians under the Israeli occupation, and the treatment of Black or indigenous people in the United States. There is shared history, shared ideology, shared methods, and a shared path to liberation. When I look at the recent resurgence of violence by ultra-nationalist settlers and by the state … Read More
  • Will You Join Us? (5/11/2021) - Will you join us? This Pentecost, the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship is raising $12,000 to support our ongoing work to end gun violence, accompany our partners in Colombia and Mexico, build a network of peace churches, and more. We’re also coming out of a deep focus on the Black Lives Matter call to defund the police. … Read More
  • Accompanying Each Other Into A World Without Police (5/4/2021) - As we close our six-month deep focus on defunding the police and the eight-week Praxis Circles to understand this call, we are publishing reflections from PPFers on what they’ve learned through this process. This one comes from Alison Wood, PPF’s Accompaniment Coordinator who served as an accompanier in Colombia in 2014. She is a facilitator, advocate, and educator rooted … Read More
  • Abolition: A Doorway to Beloved Community? (4/13/2021) - As we close our six-month deep focus on defunding the police and the eight-week Praxis Circles to understand this call, we are publishing reflections from PPFers on what they’ve learned through this process. This one comes from Rev. Susan J. Quass, a minister member of the Presbytery of Santa Fe (on Pueblo land) who recently … Read More