“I am not here for women only….but also for women.”
Adrien Morceau art.
Read Angela Merkel’s bio.
“…we are convinced that militarism can only be abolished from the world with the destruction of the capitalist class state.”
“Emile Bernard art.
Read the Rosa Luxemburg bio.
“The greatest guilt of today is that of people who accept collectivism by moral default…who refuse to admit to themselves the nature of that which they are accepting…who believe that the content of ideas need not be examined.”
Edouard Halouze art.
Ayn Rand bio.
“If we want to reap the harvest of peace and justice in the future, we will have to sow the seeds of nonviolence here and now, in the present.”
Aaron Shikler art.
Mairead Corrigan Maguire bio.
“While Ireland is not free I remain a rebel, unconverted and unconvertible…”
Albert Edelfelt art.
Constance Markievicz bio.
“He who votes against the rights of another, whatever that person’s religion, colour or sex maybe, has by the same token forsworn his own.”
Art by Theodor Kaufmann.
Palm d’Aelders bio.
“Women are more for consensus politics, more for looking at different options, so women have a tremendous role in the world today.”
Adrien DeBoucherville art.
Mairead Corrigan bio.
“Nonviolence pursues dialogue, seeks reconciliation, listens to the truth in our opponents, rejects militarism and allows God’s spirit to transform us socially and politically.”
Alfred Glendening art.
Mairead Maguire bio.
“We need to take seriously our green politics where we start protecting the earth. We need to work together as a human family.”
Abbott F. Graves art.
Mairead Corrigan bio.
“I have found that those who do achieve peace never acquiesce to obstacles, especially those constructed by bigotry, intolerance and inflexible traditions.”
Art by Abbot F. Graves.
Benazir Bhutto bio.
“You cannot shake hands with a closed fist.”
Art by Camille Pissarro.
Indira Ghandi bio.
“What religious belief in the afterlife has caused us to do, and continues to cause us to do to the earth, to ourselves and to one another, has ranged from helpful, through harmful, all the way to heinous.”
Art by Carlos Schwabe.
Gretta Vosper bio.