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The Holiday Table

The Holiday Table By Siegrid Raible This past Thanksgiving I met a neighbor and friend of thirty plus years at a charming Greenwich Village restaurant where we shared each other’s company and enjoyed a traditional turkey dinner. I like Thanksgiving because it is a holiday where all that is required is...

White Poppies and Peace Museums

White Poppies and Peace Museums “A space to make peace” – www.daytonpeacemuseum.com By Siegrid Raible In September, Pasos Peace Museum commemorated International Peace Day by celebrating the publication of the new book by Joyce Apsel entitled Introducing Peace Museums. Guests at the event held...

The Summer of Our Discontent

The Summer of Our Discontent By Siegrid Raible New York celebrated America’s 240th birthday on July 4, 2016 in spectacular fashion. New Yorkers of all stripes gathered together at the end of the day and were awed by Macy’s free fireworks display over the East River. The very next day and almost...

Event: Belfast to Host 9th International Conference of Museums for Peace, 10-13 April 2017

For Immediate Release : Contact: Judith Carville, Visit Belfast Phone: +44 (0) 28 9023 9026 Email: conference@museumsforpeace.org, judithcarville@visit­belfast.com Website: museumsforpeace.org, visitbelfast.com Belfast to Host 9th International Conference of Museums for Peace, 10-13 April 2017 BELFAST...

In Memory XVI Nice

In Memory XVI By Siegrid Raible Nice, France, Bastille Day, July 14, 2016 On a warm summer’s evening on the beach In this resort town on the French Riviera After a glorious display of fireworks A young man in a white delivery truck reigns death upon the onlookers Eighty four dead on the Promenade des...

In Memory XV Black and Blue and In Pain

In Memory XV Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Tuesday, July 5, 2016 Falcon Heights, Missouri, Wednesday, July 6, 2016 Dallas, Texas, Thursday, July 7, 2016 Following America’s 240th Birthday Celebration on July 4th Seven dead and nine wounded in three days of gun violence Two deaths at the hands of two police...

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