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Last month’s webinar “Drone War, Tech Assassinations and the Future of Conflict” provided viewers with a thoughtful examination of policies, the law and the theology around the deadly use of drones and included ways Presbyterians and others can learn more and make their beliefs known to lawmakers and the Biden administration.
Toward the end of Tuesday’s online presentation about the United States’ role in the Israel-Palestine conflict, Foundation for Middle East Peace President Lara Friedman broadened the terms of the discussion.
The Israel/Palestine Mission Network of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), the Office of Public Witness and Presbyterian World Mission will host a webinar at noon Eastern Time on March 15 titled “Israel/Palestine: A discussion with human rights experts — is this apartheid?”
Before delivering a talk to end Church World Service’s Together We Welcome Conference on Sunday, the Rev. Dr. Karen Georgia Thompson delivered one of her many published poems to the online audience of about 300 people.
Mission co-workers Dan and Elizabeth Turk, who have served in Madagascar for more than 20 years, continue to shelter-in-place in Florida, but are working daily with global partners through Skype, Zoom, and WhatsApp to address the growing twin pandemics of COVID-19 and severe food insecurity facing the world’s fifth-largest island nation and one of the world’s poorest countries.