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Category Archives: Southern Tier Peace Makers
Jack Gilroy shares a letter sent to George, a friend for about 35 years, a little before George’s passing. I remember well when I joined Sane Freeze in 1985. I was feeling pretty lonely at the high school where I … Continue reading
Ralph died on February 22, 2018. He was born January 1950 in Carbondale, Pennsylvania. H was a Tool and Die Maker for Felchar Manufacturing and for H&M Machine Company. Ralph was a graduate of Marywood University in Pennsylvania where he … Continue reading
George Homanich, board member and former president of Broome County Peace Action (BCPA), passed away on August 7th, 2016 of pancreatic cancer. George, along with his wife, Judy, was a generous activist in working for peace and justice. Some of … Continue reading
As a child, Stuart enjoyed camping and fly fishing with his grandfather, Dr. James Naismith. At the early age of 17 he left high school to enlist in the United State Navy. He served in the South Pacific on a … Continue reading
The best way to describe Roland’s involvement in the peace movement is that he was there. Whenever there were local demonstrations or vigils, he was there. When they were held out-of-town, in Washington, DC, New York City, or the Seneca … Continue reading
Joe had a decades-long opposition to war and violence. He was a member of Peace Action, Citizen Action, and Veterans for Peace. He worked for peace and justice, primarily within the Catholic Church, hoping that people of faith could affect … Continue reading
Anne was a consummate peacemaker. From local welfare rights advocacy, to worldwide advocacy for oppressed peoples she spent over forty years in organizing and activism. Anne taught alternatives to violence in prisons, demonstrated and worked for peace here in Binghamton … Continue reading
Randy was a full-time activist, primarily with SOAR, Citizen Action, Peace Action, and Newman House. His faith-based outlook brought him to work for justice among oppressed people. He vigiled and was arrested in the cause of peace. His energy, friendliness, … Continue reading
Helen’s whole life was dedicated to supporting peace and justice causes. She would go anywhere to support people in struggle. Helen would get in the front lines, point her cane or finger at politicians or others who were blocking the … Continue reading