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Salt and Terror in Afghanistan | Voices for Creative Nonviolence

By Kathy Kelly

Two weeks ago in a room in Kabul, Afghanistan, I joined several dozen people, working seamstresses, some college students, socially engaged teenagers and a few visiting internationals like myself, to discuss world hunger. Our emphasis was not exclusively on their own country’s worsening hunger problems. The Afghan Peace Volunteers, in whose home we were meeting, draw strength from looking beyond their own very real struggles.

For more on this story, visit: Voices for Peace from Kabul, Karbala, New York and Iowa.

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