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National history, personal narratives Reconciling past and present Town and gown tension Inspiration flows from traedgy KSU holds nearly two dozen May 4th memorial events Questions remain A legacy of peace New evidence in Kent State cold case Donna Karan's Urban Zen Foundation comes to Kent College Of Nursing DOJ refuses to re-open 1970 Kent State shooting investigation Dean Kahler: visitors' Center helps him move past May  4, 1970


A legacy of peace
Reconciliation and peace through poetry
The Kent State Wick Poetry Center and School of Visual Communication Design's Glyphix Studios work with school children and senior citizens to create Peace Stanzas
Traveling Stanzas, a program of the Wick Poetry Center and Glyphix Studios is in it's second year. This spring to commemorate the 40th anniversary of May Fourth the combination of poetry and art produced 10 Peace Stanzas. The poetic posters are seen on buses and in coffee shops as well as online. The events of May 4, 1970 are not specifically part of the project, just the concepts of peace, understanding, and listening to one another.




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Posted by: Brennan30Lora (US) on May 31, 2010 1:27AM
The nationally renowned poet's name is Naomi Shahib Nye. (It's currently tagged to a photo as Naomi Shehad Nye.)


Posted by: Tina (OH) on May 7, 2010 2:55PM
Thank you Vivian Goodman!-for your gift of allowing us to listen to our daughter Grace yesterday morning as part of your interview(s) for the program regarding the Peace Stanzas. My mother and Step-father, long time listeners of WKSU, also listened on line from Billings, MT where they now live. Would it be possible for me to obtain an audio copy of the article as it was broadcast yesterday? If so, how may I obtain it? Regarless, it was a real delight to hear Grace's voice as part of such a wonderful, expressive, and well intended collaboration and as a part of Morning Edition, to which I listen every day. Again-thank you!

Scott Thanasiu


Posted by: Scott Thanasiu (Akron) on May 6, 2010 11:38AM


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