Author Archives: Jonah McDonald
We hope you’ll follow along with our campers this summer! Here are ways to participate in Peacebuilders Camp from afar: Read our blog. Curriculum Director Marilyn McGinnis will be posting pictures and stories from camp on this blog in the evenings. Follow on Facebook. We’ll be posting pictures and videos on Facebook. At the end … Continue reading
Our 2016 Peacebuilders have been doing great things since camp in July. In honor of Dr. King, we’re posting highlights of our campers’ service. Scroll down to see how these committed young people are keeping the Dream alive!
After more than 9 months of preparations, Peacebuilders Camp welcomed Dwayne Szot of Zot Artz to Americus, Georgia. Dwayne’s career as an artist has led him to notice that the tools available to artists are not welcoming, useable, or accessible to many people with mobility differences. So he did something about it! He created Zot Artz, … Continue reading
Royce Mann, a Peacebuilders Camp alum from 2011, has become quite famous recently. His slam poetry performance, “White Boy Privilege” has gone viral. Though we hope to interview personally soon, we’ll wait until he’s done fielding calls from CNN, Vox.com, and People magazine. For now, please watch his inspiring poem and an interview with him … Continue reading
Peacebuilders Camp staff arrived at Koinonia yesterday afternoon, and we are hard at work preparing for the first session to begin on Monday. The farm is as welcoming and peaceful as ever, and it’s easy here to feel isolated, or at least buffered, from all that’s going on beyond the pecan orchard to the north … Continue reading