Martha Hennessy works at Maryhouse Catholic Worker in New York and is in Kabul with Voices for Creative Nonviolence members as a guest of the Afghan Peace Volunteers. She can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
A boy living at the Darlaman Refugee Camp. (WNV/Martha Hennessy) We are two weeks into our stay with the Afghan Peace Volunteers and the time is filled with many meetings and discussions.More
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