On June 26th we were honored to welcome 2005 Nobel Peace Price Nominee Madre Guadalupe at the Chapel.
This January, El Salvador celebrated the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Peace Accords. In 1992, these Peace Accords signified the end of a brutal civil war that claimed thousands of lives. Continue reading
On every month with 5 Saturdays we serve a community meal for our homeless neighbors on the 4th Saturday of the month. Confusing, so let’s try this again: it is the fourth Saturday on months with five Saturdays.
And yes, we are totally last minute about it this month because that’s THIS Saturday, June 23rd!
We still need volunteers, please visit our sign-up sheet online or email Steve Schultz!
As the vine of the Green Challenge is growing at the Chapel, we achieve greater sustainability in our community and effect change at a grassroots level.
But what is the relationship between community action and global political policy making?
Elinor Ostrom, a Nobel laureate in economics, Chief Scientific Adviser to the Planet Under Pressure conference and Professor of Political Science and Senior Co-Research Director of the Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis at Indiana University, explores that question below. Continue reading