How to virtually attend the United National Peace Conference

    This past weekend, hundreds of activists gathered in Albany, New York for the United National Peace Conference. In this video, Voices for Creative Nonviolence co-coordinator and WNV contributor Kathy Kelly gives a rousing call to action to the gathering. If you wanted to make it to the conference, but weren’t able to (which was unfortunately my situation), you can still watch many other talks from the weekend by clicking here.



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