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Journey to Justice: Profile on Pace e Bene Activist Ken Butigan

Posted by Erin Bechtol
05.03.17

Pace e Bene strategist and consultant Ken Butigan has been featured in DePaul University’s 14East online magazine. This profile follows Ken from a young man in Seattle who thought the protests against the Vietnam war were “ruining our country” to a dedicated nonviolent activist bearing witness to government sponsored violence against citizens in Central America.

Check out the profile and follow Ken’s mission to mainstream nonviolence here: http://fourteeneastmag.com/index.php/2017/04/28/ken-butigan-journeys-for-justice/

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