Creating A Culture of Peace

 After the horrific events at Sandy Hook Elementary, we have much to think about both spiritually and politically. The problem of violence in America is obviously a multi-dimensional issue with many root causes, and it will take all of our efforts – both individually and collectively – to create the peaceful world in which such horrors do not exist. We will only end the culture of violence in the United States when we commit to the creation of a culture of peace.

Sister Giant’s call is to work from the inside out. We view politics from a holistic perspective, seeking to address the internal, causal aspects of an issue as well as its external symptoms. From the psychological and spiritual to the legislative and institutional, we seek a deeper understanding of our problems and a greater effectiveness at dealing with them. Violence in America is a risk to all, calling each of us to do both the inner and the outer work to nullify and transform it.

Our latest Sister Giant Conference Call was on the topic of Ending A Culture of Violence, Creating a Culture of Peace.

If you missed the call, you can listen to it here now:

Our special guest on the call was Adam Winkler, author of GUNFIGHT: The Battle Over the Right to Bear Arms in America (View on Amazon). Many of you will remember Adam from the Sister Giant weekend, as he was our hugely compelling speaker on the topic of Citizens United and money in American politics. Please go here for more information.

Adam Winkler suggest that gun control advocates devote their resources and time to:

The Brady Campaign

Mayors Against Illegal Guns

LA’s own Women Against Gun Violence.


Our date and subject of our next conference call will be announced shortly. If you did not have a chance to be on our first conference call, on the topic of Peace in the Middle Peace with Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish and Rabbi Michael Lerner, please listen here.

Please stay tuned via our website (www.sistergiant.com) and Facebook page for the ever-evolving ways we can join together to learn, grow and form a serious force of love in action.