Heat doesn’t wilt antiwar vigil

On Friday, June 17, the weather station in Norman recorded a temperature of 104 degrees Fahrenheit, but four peace activists nonetheless made their vigil against the war on the corner of SW 59th and Western. It was part of a regular third Friday peace vigil co-sponsored by The Peace House. Cold water was kept handy, … Read more…

We Walked for Peace

Sleet and cold did not stop 300 stalwart activists from showing up Sunday afternoon to listen to words from community leaders and walk together encircling the Murrah National Memorial. Live music by Mary Reynolds, Louise Goldberg and James Collins warmed hearts before a welcoming by MC Nathaniel Batchelder. Episcopal Bishop Shannon Mallory spoke to humanity‚Äôs … Read more…