• Stonehill College Rural Immersion & Memorial Day with Veterans for Peace

    Agape hosted a lively group of Stonehill College students last week; Stonehill College has been coming to Agape for Rural Immersions for five years now and it always proves to be a wonderful and memorable experience! The Stonehill women braved the heat and headed out to the homestead to get some serious gardening done. Caroline, […]

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  • Long Way Out by Nicole Waybright

    Long Way Out – A young woman’s journey of self-discovery and how she survived the Navy’s modern cruelty at sea scandal by Nicole Waybright Editor’s Note: Agape met Nicole at a Veterans Day peace rally last fall.  She read excerpts from her book, Long Way Out, at our Annual Brigid day event, which moved all who […]

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  • I Began to See with My Own Eyes by Christopher Aaron

    I Began to See with My Own Eyes by Christopher Aaron I began to see with my own eyes that what I was being told was far from what I was actually experiencing, having two diverse sets of experiences. I came to a conclusion that we cannot change ideologi­cal radicals by dropping bombs on them. […]

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  • Early March Reflections

    We are already into our first week of March, and it has certainly been “March-like:” crisp, clear days and wind! Spring is just 17 days away… Suzanne, Brayton and Dixon joined the Veterans for Peace this past Saturday to stand with their Muslim friends against the targeting, hatred, bigotry, and Islamophobia directed towards the Muslim […]

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  • Eulogy to Anthony Flaherty

    by Winston Warfield Anthony Flaherty died on July 13, 2015 after suffering a massive and crippling stroke. My relationship with him went beyond being a fellow peace activist. He was my friend, and as close to being a real brother as one can get. We communicated almost every day. We shared our despair at the […]

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