Peacemaker and author Daniel Buttry profiles Joanna Macy, a self-identified “eco-philosopher,” Buddhist scholar and teacher who bridges East and West.
Global peace activist Daniel Buttry profiles the courageous life of Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the Russian author whose books revealed Soviet oppression.
International peacemaker and author Daniel Buttry shares a film he created with Christin Russman McKamey, called Republic of Georgia: Finding the Voice.
Peacemaker and author Daniel Buttry profiles Russian musician and peace activist Yuri Shevchuk, whose rock band DDT wrote the song “Don’t Shoot!”
Masahisa Goi was the Japanese philosopher and spiritual leader who created Peace Poles—monuments that have been planted worldwide with a message of peace.
Imam Moussa al-Sadr was the leading Shiite Muslim figure in southern Lebanon during the 1960s and 1970s. He was especially concerned about eradicating poverty and stimulating education for those who were disenfranchised by the main social and political systems in Lebanon. He founded many social institutions, vocational schools, kindergartens, health clinics and literacy centers.
Peacemaker Daniel Buttry profiles Archimandrite Grigol Peradze, who was glorified as a saint by the Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church in 1995.
Author Daniel Buttry profiles his colleague Georgian Bishop Rusudan Gotsiridze, a peacemaker and the first woman to become a Baptist bishop in her homeland.
Aung San Suu Kyi is a Burmese activist and politician who won a seat in Parliament after 15 years under house arrest for opposition to Burmese dictatorship.
Rabindranath Tagore was an Indian figure who was influential in many fields including art, literature and philosophy. He continues to influence worldwide.