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Archives for Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies Category

Speech about migrant farm workers wins this year’s peace oratorical contest

Jair Hernandez, a Goshen College sophomore, said that "Migrant farm workers really are the invisible backbone of the American agricultural system," during his speech titled "Migrant Farm Workers," that won first place in the annual Goshen College C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest on Feb. 22. Hernandez, a public relations major from Goshen, was one of six Goshen College students who spoke about a variety of peace and justice issues during the contest.

New book offers Burkholder’s essays on ‘prophetic peacemaking’

Goshen College Professor Emeritus of Religion J.R. Burkholder's life and work as ethicist, church leader and social change agent spanned and influenced dramatic changes in 20th-century Mennonite peace theology and ecumenical engagements. A collection of 30 of his most insightful essays on pacifism, patriotism, public witness, Mennonite ethics, health care, stewardship, vocation, service and other issues of discipleship have been collected and edited into the new book Prophetic Peacemaking (Herald Press).