4,164Jan 21, 2011
Memorial Service for Sargent Shriver
A wake was held for R. Sargent Shriver Jr. who died on January 18, 2011. Mr. Shriver, who was married to President John F. Kennedy’s sister Eunice, was the first director of the ...
500May 23, 2008
Q&A with Colman McCarthy
Colman McCarthy talked about his career and experiences in education and teaching peace. He teaches peace studies at colleges and high schools in the Washington, D.C., area including Georgetown ...
140Nov 16, 2006
Freedom of Assembly
Panelists talked about the First Amendment right of freedom of assembly. They responded to questions from students from Washington, D.C. area schools in the audience.
36Apr 18, 2006
War and Peace
Students from the University of Denver and Pace University participated by broadband feed in a distance learning class.
Colman McCarthy joined the class for a discussion of war, violence, ...
51Nov 30, 2005
Reporting on Economic Disparity
A panel discussion was held on reporting of the economic disparity between the rich and the poor. The panelists discussed the problems revealed by the evacuation for Hurricane Katrina as well ...
36Apr 9, 2003
The panelists talked about anti-war protests, including media coverage of the war, possible alternatives to war, high school and college courses in peace studies, and the perspective of the Iraqi ...
55Jul 3, 2002
Book Discussion on I'd Rather Teach Peace
Mr. McCarthy talked to students about his latest work, I’d Rather Teach Peace, published by Orbis Books. In 1982, Mr. McCarthy was asked to teach a writing course at the ...
16Nov 28, 2001
State of the News Media
Mr. McCarthy spoke to students about media coverage of military action in Afghanistan and about international efforts to combat terrorism. Topics included political solutions through ...
19Oct 21, 2001
Bombing of Afghanistan
Mr. McCarthy talked about his opposition to military action in Afghanistan. He also responded to viewer comments and questions.
10Aug 23, 2001
Community Service Learning
Mr. McCarthy talked about teaching conflict resolution and peace studies, as well as the value of public service. Following his remarks he answered questions from the audience.
17Aug 24, 1999
Mr. McCarthy criticized war, aggression and current U.S. attacks on Iraq. He talked about teaching the peaceful solution of conflicts in schools and prisons. He talked about news ...
18Apr 23, 1999
Participants discussed their opposition to the NATO mission in Yugoslavia. They also encouraged individuals to promote a non-violent society in their communities and increase public awareness ...
14Mar 3, 1999
Public Service and Peacemaking
Mr. McCarthy talked about the value of public service emphasizing its
educational value and how it aids in personal growth. He also talked
about women peacemakers and advocated ...
16Jan 19, 1998
The Ideals of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Mr. McCarthy talked about the life and civil rights movement lead by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He talked about Dr. King’s devotion to a strategy of non-violence and legal ...
49Jul 5, 1996
Washington Friday Journal
Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes and ...
22Jul 3, 1996
How to be an Effective Peacemaker
Mr. McCarthy spoke to an audience of students about his perspectives on the criteria of being a personal peacemaker. He emphasized the need for prayerful consideration of individual gifts, ...
399Jul 14, 1994
Book Discussion on All of One Peace: Essays on Non-Violence
Mr. McCarthy spoke about his new book All of One Peace: Essays on Non-Violence which outlines his views on being a pacifist in a military society. The book includes several ...