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Peace and Justice Department

Peace and Justice Department



Out of Afghanistan: Out of Syria Reports from War Zones

Thursday, October 3, 7:00pm, Nazareth College Shults Center, Forum

Friday, October 4, 6:00pm Potluck | 7:00pm Talk, The Flying Squirrel, 285 Clarissa Street, Rochester

Kathy Kelly and Buddy Bell, Voices for Creative Nonviolence and Cathy Breen, New York Catholic Worker, whom have traveled extensively to Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq speaking to war & drone victims, will report on the people & situations there.

Dr. Harry Murray, Director of Peace and Justice Studies,
will be presenting the
Joseph A. Trovato Lecture at St. John Fisher College.
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Have you ever questioned whether peace and justice can be achieved through violence or if peace and justice can only be achieved through means that are themselves peaceful and just? In a time of global turmoil, a new academic discipline has emerged. Today's students are tomorrow's world leaders. Will you be one of them?

Nazareth's peace and justice degree program combines rigorous academic study with reflection on community service. As a student in the program, you will consider interdisciplinary approaches to resolving conflicts and achieving peace and justice, both on the interpersonal level and on the global level.

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Related Interdisciplinary Programs

  • Peace and Justice

    This interdisciplinary program examines the ways in which human beings resolve conflicts and work toward justice. The program considers various approaches to resolving conflict and achieving peace and justice, from the interpersonal to the international. Learn More

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