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Pace e Bene Workshop Facilitator Rev. Felicia Parazaider on Unity Radio

Posted by Ryan Hall
07.09.14

Click here to listen to a wonderful interview with Rev. Felicia Parazaider recorded June 30, 2014 on Unity Radio’s program Radical Spirituality and Sacred Activism with Adam Bucko! She shares the story of her journey towards becoming an interfaith minister, her belief in nonviolence and work for peace and justice, and the importance Pace e Bene has played in her life.

Rev. Felicia  is a minister and self-described radical sacred activist. She traveled to India and the Middle East on peace delegations, walked more than 200 miles through the Nevada desert to protest nuclear proliferation, and was arrested several times for participating in nonviolent civil resistance against drone warfare.  She is also a graduate of Pace e Bene’s Agent’s of Nonviolent Change Certificate Program in 2009/2010 and the founder of Revolution of Love.

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