Air travel opened up the possibility of travel around the globe. Initially it was for those few privileged who could afford the cost. Eventually travel became more affordable allowing more and more people to move between countries and continents creating what became recognized as global citizens. Then came the Internet, further connecting individuals and cultures.
Contemporary leaders learn from studying history and the individuals who have gone before. We look at one recent performance and two books published in 2017 that allow us insights into the past and inspire our work today.
Kyoung H. Park founded Kyoung’s Pacific Beat (KPB), a peacemaking theater company, in 2011. The mission of the Brooklyn based company is to encourage a culture of peace through the production of new theater works. His most recent work is Pillowtalk, which was recently performed at The Tank in Manhattan, as part of The Exponential […]
This month WOVEN recommends the following books that cover issues related to social activism, gender inequality, and environmentalism. To Dwell in Peace: An Autobiography by Daniel Berrigan By: Daniel Berrigan Wipf & Stock Pub/2007 Sex and World Peace By: Valerie M. Hudson, Bonnie Ballif-Spanvill, Mary Caprioli and Chad F. Emmett Columbia University Press/2012 The Invention of […]
This month WOVEN recommends the following books that cover issues related to mental illness, growing up in poverty, feeling alienated because one is “different” and how to understand genocide. American Psychosis: How the Federal Government Destroyed The Mental Illness Treatment System By: Dr. Torrey Oxford University Press/2014 A Mother’s Reckoning Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy By: […]