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CFP #10 PRI's The World - World Feature: Creativity for Peace Camp

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Story by Paul Ingles
The crisis in the Middle East is having a particular ripple effect far away…in the foothills of the Sangre de Christo Mountains in New Mexico.  That’s where you’ll find the Creativity for Peace Camp.  The campers are teenage girls – Palestinians, and Israeli Jews and Arabs -- learning how to get along with each other.  They didn't count on hearing that their family and friends back home were in danger from the new fighting.  Paul Ingles reports from New Mexico that while stress levels among the campers rose, their peacemaking efforts continued.

DIANA FRAIJA: I was very worried about my Dad.  He works in Lebanon but I tried to call him but it doesn't work.  I don't know what's happened there.

INGLES: You haven't heard from him?  DIANA: no.  INGLES: Have any of your family heard from him?

DIANA: no.

INGLES: Diana Fraija is a 17 year old Palestinian Muslim from the West Bank. She and about 20 other girls from the Middle East arrived at this makeshift peace camp near Santa Fe in early July.  Normally, the staff keeps a blackout on news from back home to offer the girls a break from the violence.  But this time, camp director Rachel Kaufman brought everyone together to view the news on the internet when the conflict between Israel and Hezbollah exploded.

RACHEL KAUFMAN:  That morning a lot of crying, a lot of fear expressed, some hopelessness and helplessness.  A lot of anger towards governments.  And then because they were all concerned, we let them all telephone home.

INGLES: Arab-Israeli Fairuz Abadi is an 18 year old Muslim.  An alum of the camp, she’s now on the staff.  She found her family safe but says she’s been on edge ever since. 

FAIRUZ: My Uncle lives in Haifa and they are all the time shooting there.  So it's very difficult for me, I have my cousins there.  I can't imagine what will happen.  Hezbollah doesn't care about the Arabs and the Jews and it makes me angry!  I want this situation to stop.  I want this war to stop because we can't live like this.

INGLES: After letting the girls in on the initial news of the fighting, camp staff members have buffered the teens from daily updates.   The campers are allowed one call home a week and some of them are hearing the fear in their relative’s voices. Again Diana Fraija.

DIANA: My mother told me that I hope that you will not come back.  It really hurts me and.how can a mother told me something like that?  But the situation is really hard there.

INBAR:  There's a lot of girls who live in the north, so we're all a bit worried.

INGLES: 17 year old Inbar Nir-Hakem is a Jew from upper Galilee.

INBAR: .and we're also worried about our Palestinian friend's family because, we're getting bombs only now but they're in danger all the times.

INGLES: Fostering this kind of empathy for the other side is what the camp is all about, says director Rachel Kaufman. Each day begins with a group session.  The campers sit in a circle to hear each others stories and share their own truths about their lives.

RACHEL KAUFMAN: And we have them seated Jew-Arab-Jew-Arab.  If someone from Palestine is talking about a bad experience with a soldier, or at a checkpoint, you'll always see the Israelis go over and comfort them, and hug them.  And vice versa, if an Israeli is really afraid because their parents are sitting in a shelter somewhere, a Palestinian will walk across the room and sit next to them and just hold their hand.

INGLES: Kaufman is a psychologist who was visiting the Middle East in 1973 when the Yom Kippur War broke out.  She kept returning to the region regularly and developed a clientele there.  Three years ago, she and an artist friend established the Creativity for Peace Camp.  The goal is to bring adolescent girls who’ve been taught to think of each other as enemies to a safe place.  By living together for three weeks, engaging in daily dialogue, and collaborating on art work, they begin to see each other differently.

CAMPER:  Hi. The art room is over there.

INGLES: The house where the girls stay has been donated for the camp’s use while its owner summers elsewhere.  The home's garage has been converted into an art room.  Inbar is applying plaster strips to another camper's face.

INBAR:  I'm making er. I'm making a mask.  I'm going to put three layers of these. plasters and then they will dry out and I'll take it off and I'll have a mask exactly for her face.

INGLES: Camp assistant Kate Latimer.

KATE: There's a sense of empathy and compassion that you see that they're doing right now.  I mean you have Israeli Jewish girls laying back in a chair and allowing Palestinian girls and Arab-Israeli girls cover their face, cover their eyes, cover their mouth, they can only breath through their nose.  The level of trust that is happening is really beautiful to watch.  And yes, there's always that reality present.  In three days they have to go home.

INGLES:  The campers aren't sure what they'll find back home.  Some expect their families will have them stay elsewhere until the fighting has eased.  And they'll continue to look for support from their new friends, staying in touch via email and at occasional meetings set up by camp staffers living in Israel.  The girls have their hearts set on making change.

BARAA: We have a lot of solutions for peace.

INGLES: Baraa Darawashe is a 17 year old Arab-Israeli Muslim.  Her t-shirt says, Peace Also Takes Courage.

BARAA: .How great it would be if we put both of our governments in this room.  So lock them up in one room so either they understand each other and become friends and there will be peace, or they'll kill each other and both sides will be winners (laughs)   INBAR: And we'll have a new government.

INGLES: Again, that’s Israeli Jew Inbar Nir-Hakem, who’ll soon begin her compulsory service in the Israeli military, but says she’ll request a non-combat assignment.  Ameera Isaed, a Palestinian Christian from Jenin chimes in

AMEERA: We will be in the government one day and we already want peace in our hearts.  So we can make change in our governments.

INGLES:  For the World, I'm Paul Ingles, Glorietta, New Mexico.

Paul Ingles
Independent Producer
www.paulingles.com

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The World is a co-production of the BBC, PRI, and WGBH Boston.
Additional funding for The World is provided by:
Merck
The Medtronic Foundation
Capitol Group Companies

How to contact Paul
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NPR Liaison To Independent Producers
www.paulingles.com
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PO Box 35442
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505-255-1219

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The Next Generation of Creative Leadership for Israel and Palestine 2003 / 2004 / 2005 / 2006
Creativity for Peace is a year round program that brings adolescent girls from Palestine and Israel out of the violence and conflict of their communities into the safe New Mexico countryside for a three week summer program that teaches leadership and communication skills and promotes understanding, trust and reconciliation.

Upon their return home, the girls continue to strengthen coexistence through regularly organized meetings, email, and telephone conferencing. The friendships continue to thrive and grow as they create new relationships that cross religious and cultural boundaries. The girls bring the power of their experiences and fresh perspective into the lives of their families, friends, and communities.

Our program results in the development of deep friendships, which lead to reconciliation and a true desire for social justice and peaceful coexistence not only among participants but also throughout the communities to which they return.
Creativity for Peace, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

 

 

 

 

 

CFP #9 Recent Articles about Creativity for Peace

Santa Fe Reporter
Middle East conflict too close for some in Santa Fe (web)
Wednesday, July 26th, 2006
War and Peace and War by Dan Frosch

Albuquerque Journal
Founder Enjoys Making Impact (may require login to view)
Sunday, July 30th, 2006
Founder Enjoys Making Impact by Journal Staff Report

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For media inquires, please contact Jo Dali/Administrator
505-983-6752

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Creativity for Peace - a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Email Us Here

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The Next Generation of Creative Leadership for Israel and Palestine 2003 / 2004 / 2005 / 2006
Creativity for Peace is a year round program that brings adolescent girls from Palestine and Israel out of the violence and conflict of their communities into the safe New Mexico countryside for a three week summer program that teaches leadership and communication skills and promotes understanding, trust and reconciliation.

Upon their return home, the girls continue to strengthen coexistence through regularly organized meetings, email, and telephone conferencing. The friendships continue to thrive and grow as they create new relationships that cross religious and cultural boundaries. The girls bring the power of their experiences and fresh perspective into the lives of their families, friends, and communities.

Our program results in the development of deep friendships, which lead to reconciliation and a true desire for social justice and peaceful coexistence not only among participants but also throughout the communities to which they return.
Creativity for Peace, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

Direct download: CFP060804.mp3
Category:Press -- posted at: 5:38pm MDT

CFP #9 Recent Articles about Creativity for Peace

Santa Fe Reporter
Middle East conflict too close for some in Santa Fe (web)
Wednesday, July 26th, 2006
War and Peace and War by Dan Frosch

Albuquerque Journal
Founder Enjoys Making Impact (may require login to view)
Sunday, July 30th, 2006
Founder Enjoys Making Impact by Journal Staff Report

Click here to view the picture gallery

For media inquires, please contact Jo Dali/Administrator
505-983-6752

LINKS
Creativity for Peace - a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Email Us Here

CLICK HERE to receive notifications of new Podcasts and other news

The Next Generation of Creative Leadership for Israel and Palestine 2003 / 2004 / 2005 / 2006
Creativity for Peace is a year round program that brings adolescent girls from Palestine and Israel out of the violence and conflict of their communities into the safe New Mexico countryside for a three week summer program that teaches leadership and communication skills and promotes understanding, trust and reconciliation.

Upon their return home, the girls continue to strengthen coexistence through regularly organized meetings, email, and telephone conferencing. The friendships continue to thrive and grow as they create new relationships that cross religious and cultural boundaries. The girls bring the power of their experiences and fresh perspective into the lives of their families, friends, and communities.

Our program results in the development of deep friendships, which lead to reconciliation and a true desire for social justice and peaceful coexistence not only among participants but also throughout the communities to which they return.
Creativity for Peace, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

Category:Press -- posted at: 7:42am MDT

CFP #8 Camper and Counselor interviews after 3-weeks

Time: 59 minutes
We Podcast the counselors and campers after nearly 3-weeks of being together at the peace camps.

The girls took turns interviewing each other and asked questions about their experiences at the camp. They leave for home in two days.

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For media inquires, please contact Jo Dali/Administrator
505-983-6752

LINKS
Creativity for Peace - a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Email Us Here

CLICK HERE to receive notifications of new Podcasts and other news

The Next Generation of Creative Leadership for Israel and Palestine 2003 / 2004 / 2005 / 2006
Creativity for Peace is a year round program that brings adolescent girls from Palestine and Israel out of the violence and conflict of their communities into the safe New Mexico countryside for a three week summer program that teaches leadership and communication skills and promotes understanding, trust and reconciliation.

Upon their return home, the girls continue to strengthen coexistence through regularly organized meetings, email, and telephone conferencing. The friendships continue to thrive and grow as they create new relationships that cross religious and cultural boundaries. The girls bring the power of their experiences and fresh perspective into the lives of their families, friends, and communities.

Our program results in the development of deep friendships, which lead to reconciliation and a true desire for social justice and peaceful coexistence not only among participants but also throughout the communities to which they return.
Creativity for Peace, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

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Category:Peace Camps -- posted at: 8:11am MDT

CFP #7 Peace Monologues 9-16 from Aug 2005

Time: 34:50

Last summer the girls from the Creativity for Peace Camps worked with Project Life Stories in Santa Fe to create their monologues: stories of life and living in conflict and violence and their feelings about their home-lands. What you will hear in this Podcast is a sample of those monologues.

All source audio and video recording by Grant Taylor

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Rachel Kaufman
Executive Director

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The Next Generation of Creative Leadership for Israel and Palestine 2003 / 2004 / 2005 / 2006
Creativity for Peace is a year round program that brings adolescent girls from Palestine and Israel out of the violence and conflict of their communities into the safe New Mexico countryside for a three week summer program that teaches leadership and communication skills and promotes understanding, trust and reconciliation.

Upon their return home, the girls continue to strengthen coexistence through regularly organized meetings, email, and telephone conferencing. The friendships continue to thrive and grow as they create new relationships that cross religious and cultural boundaries. The girls bring the power of their experiences and fresh perspective into the lives of their families, friends, and communities.

Our program results in the development of deep friendships, which lead to reconciliation and a true desire for social justice and peaceful coexistence not only among participants but also throughout the communities to which they return.
Creativity for Peace, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

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Category:Monologues -- posted at: 2:13pm MDT

CFP #6 Peace Monologues 1-8 from Aug 2005

Time: 35:45

Last summer the girls from the Creativity for Peace Camps worked with Project Life Stories in Santa Fe to create their monologues: stories of life and living in conflict and violence and their feelings about their home-lands. What you will hear in this Podcast is a sample of those monologues.

Upcoming schedule:
7/12/2006 Peace Monologues 9-16 Aug 2005

All source audio and video recording by Grant Taylor

Please make sure you visit our web site by clicking on the link below AND sign-up to receive notifications.
Any and all donations are graciously accepted to allow us to continue our work for peace and is easily done by clicking on the "Donate" button.

For media inquires, please contact Jo Dali/Administrator
505-983-6752

Rachel Kaufman
Executive Director

LINKS
Creativity for Peace - a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Email Us Here

CLICK HERE to receive notifications of new Podcasts and other news

The Next Generation of Creative Leadership for Israel and Palestine 2003 / 2004 / 2005 / 2006
Creativity for Peace is a year round program that brings adolescent girls from Palestine and Israel out of the violence and conflict of their communities into the safe New Mexico countryside for a three week summer program that teaches leadership and communication skills and promotes understanding, trust and reconciliation.

Upon their return home, the girls continue to strengthen coexistence through regularly organized meetings, email, and telephone conferencing. The friendships continue to thrive and grow as they create new relationships that cross religious and cultural boundaries. The girls bring the power of their experiences and fresh perspective into the lives of their families, friends, and communities.

Our program results in the development of deep friendships, which lead to reconciliation and a true desire for social justice and peaceful coexistence not only among participants but also throughout the communities to which they return.
Creativity for Peace, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

How to listen to this Podcast:
Click on the icon next to the show title to "stream" the show.
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Category:Monologues -- posted at: 2:09pm MDT

CFP #5b Rachel's Weekly Update

Time: 3:18

This is an expected weekly update from Rachel at the camps.

Last summer the girls from the Creativity for Peace Camps worked with Project Life Stories in Santa Fe to create their monologues: stories of life and living in conflict and violence and their feelings about their home-lands. What you will hear in this Podcast is a sample of those monologues.

Upcoming schedule:
7/8/2006 Peace Monologues 1-8 Aug 2005
7/12/2006 Peace Monologues 9-16 Aug 2005

All source audio and video recording by Grant Taylor

Please make sure you visit our web site by clicking on the link below AND sign-up to receive notifications.
Any and all donations are graciously accepted to allow us to continue our work for peace
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For media inquires, please contact Jo Dali/Administrator
505-983-6752

Rachel Kaufman
Executive Director

LINKS
Creativity for Peace - a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Email Us Here

CLICK HERE to receive notifications of new Podcasts and other news

The Next Generation of Creative Leadership for Israel and Palestine 2003 / 2004 / 2005 / 2006
Creativity for Peace is a year round program that brings adolescent girls from Palestine and Israel out of the violence and conflict of their communities into the safe New Mexico countryside for a three week summer program that teaches leadership and communication skills and promotes understanding, trust and reconciliation.

Upon their return home, the girls continue to strengthen coexistence through regularly organized meetings, email, and telephone conferencing. The friendships continue to thrive and grow as they create new relationships that cross religious and cultural boundaries. The girls bring the power of their experiences and fresh perspective into the lives of their families, friends, and communities.

Our program results in the development of deep friendships, which lead to reconciliation and a true desire for social justice and peaceful coexistence not only among participants but also throughout the communities to which they return.
Creativity for Peace, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

How to listen to this Podcast:
Click on the icon next to the show title to "stream" the show.
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Category:Peace Camps -- posted at: 9:16am MDT

CFP #5 Peace Monologues 7-14 from July 2005

Time: 23:10

Last summer the girls from the Creativity for Peace Camps worked with Project Life Stories in Santa Fe to create their monologues: stories of life and living in conflict and violence and their feelings about their home-lands. What you will hear in this Podcast is a sample of those monologues.

Upcoming schedule:
7/1/2006 Peace Monologues 1-6 July 2005
7/5/2006 Peace Monologues 7-14 July 2005
7/8/2006 Peace Monologues 1-8 Aug 2005
7/12/2006 Peace Monologues 9-16 Aug 2005

All source audio and video recording by Grant Taylor

Please make sure you visit our web site by clicking on the link below AND sign-up to receive notifications.
Any and all donations are graciously accepted to allow us to continue our work for peace
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For media inquires, please contact Jo Dali/Administrator
505-983-6752

Rachel Kaufman
Executive Director

LINKS
Creativity for Peace - a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Email Us Here

CLICK HERE to receive notifications of new Podcasts and other news

The Next Generation of Creative Leadership for Israel and Palestine 2003 / 2004 / 2005 / 2006
Creativity for Peace is a year round program that brings adolescent girls from Palestine and Israel out of the violence and conflict of their communities into the safe New Mexico countryside for a three week summer program that teaches leadership and communication skills and promotes understanding, trust and reconciliation.

Upon their return home, the girls continue to strengthen coexistence through regularly organized meetings, email, and telephone conferencing. The friendships continue to thrive and grow as they create new relationships that cross religious and cultural boundaries. The girls bring the power of their experiences and fresh perspective into the lives of their families, friends, and communities.

Our program results in the development of deep friendships, which lead to reconciliation and a true desire for social justice and peaceful coexistence not only among participants but also throughout the communities to which they return.
Creativity for Peace, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

How to listen to this Podcast:
Click on the icon next to the show title to "stream" the show.
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Category:Monologues -- posted at: 2:01pm MDT

CFP #4 Peace Monologues 1-6 from July 2005

Time: 22:10

Last summer the girls from the Creativity for Peace Camps worked with Project Life Stories in Santa Fe to create their monologues: stories of life and living in conflict and violence and their feelings about their home-lands. What you will hear in this Podcast is a sample of those monologues.

Upcoming Podcasting schedule:
7/5/2006 Peace Monologues 7-14 July 2005
7/8/2006 Peace Monologues 1-8 Aug 2005
7/12/2006 Peace Monologues 9-16 Aug 2005

All source recording by Grant Taylor

Please make sure you visit our web site by clicking on the link below AND sign-up to receive notifications.
Any and all donations are graciously accepted to allow us to continue our work for peace and is easily done by clicking on the "Donate" button.

For media inquires, please contact Jo Dali/Administrator
505-983-6752

Rachel Kaufman
Executive Director

LINKS
Creativity for Peace - a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Email Us Here

CLICK HERE to receive notifications of new Podcasts and other news

The Next Generation of Creative Leadership for Israel and Palestine 2003 / 2004 / 2005 / 2006
Creativity for Peace is a year round program that brings adolescent girls from Palestine and Israel out of the violence and conflict of their communities into the safe New Mexico countryside for a three week summer program that teaches leadership and communication skills and promotes understanding, trust and reconciliation.

Upon their return home, the girls continue to strengthen coexistence through regularly organized meetings, email, and telephone conferencing. The friendships continue to thrive and grow as they create new relationships that cross religious and cultural boundaries. The girls bring the power of their experiences and fresh perspective into the lives of their families, friends, and communities.

Our program results in the development of deep friendships, which lead to reconciliation and a true desire for social justice and peaceful coexistence not only among participants but also throughout the communities to which they return.
Creativity for Peace, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

How to listen to this Podcast:
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Category:Monologues -- posted at: 9:25am MDT

CFP #3 Rachel asks the girls a question

Rachel asked the girls from the Creativity for Peace Camps program a simple question: "Has your perspective changed since you've been involved with Creativity for Peace in the last few years?"

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The Next Generation of Creative Leadership for Israel and Palestine 2003 / 2004 / 2005 / 2006
Creativity for Peace is a year round program that brings adolescent girls from Palestine and Israel out of the violence and conflict of their communities into the safe New Mexico countryside for a three week summer program that teaches leadership and communication skills and promotes understanding, trust and reconciliation.

Upon their return home, the girls continue to strengthen coexistence through regularly organized meetings, email, and telephone conferencing. The friendships continue to thrive and grow as they create new relationships that cross religious and cultural boundaries. The girls bring the power of their experiences and fresh perspective into the lives of their families, friends, and communities.

Our program results in the development of deep friendships, which lead to reconciliation and a true desire for social justice and peaceful coexistence not only among participants but also throughout the communities to which they return.
Creativity for Peace, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

How to listen to this Podcast:
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Category:Peace Camps -- posted at: 8:41am MDT

CFP #2 Rachel's update for Creativity for Peace

Rachel's gives us an update on the near past and upcoming activities at Creativity for Peace.

Please visit www.CreativityforPeace.com and support us if you can.

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Category:Rachel's Update -- posted at: 10:44pm MDT