Landmark Graduate Carol Daniel Kasbari talks about facilitating conversations between ordinary Israelis and Palestinians.
Rachel Shebesh, a member of Kenya’s parliament whose political career was inspired by taking part in The Landmark Forum, talks about what it will take more women involved in Kenyan politics.
Watch footage from Saffron Caravan’s world tour – this crosscultural music ensemble was formed by peace building group Genesis at the Crossroads, which was formed by Wendy Sternberg when she took part in Landmark Education’s SELP.
A Landmark Forum graduate whose son was killed in a ‘dooring’ car-bicycle accident is working to have her state recognize and address this overlooked traffic safety issue.
Amanda Koster, the internationally acclaimed photographer and Landmark Forum graduate who has set up unique journalistic/artistic travel tours in the developing world, has put together her first ever tour of Vietnam.
Chicago native Wendy Sternberg formed Genesis at the Crossroads (GATC) as part of her self-expression and leadership program back when she took the Landmark Education course back in 1999.
Raj Babbra’s best friend Benedetta Ciaccia was killed in the terrorist attack on London which took place July 7, 2005. Babbra was devastated. Over the next couple of years, he says that he lost his passion for life, falling into a spiral of isolation and […]
A new documentary film made by Sonya Rosario tells the story of the Kootenai people and their struggle to reclaim their land and livelihood near Bonner's Ferry, Idaho. Trice, the Kootenai chairwoman, declared war on the United States in 1974 […]
Bryan Davis used Landmark’s Self Expression and Leadership Program to partner with his friend AJ Bontempo to create a novel key ring: The ChangeRing. Inspired by Barack Obama’s presidential campaign and its message of change, the key ring has a […]
The Organization for International Cooperation (OIC), the breakthrough foreign relations organization created by Arnold Keiser, has initiated conversations with representatives of the U.N., the U.S. government, and the PLO in striving to make real its vision of international peace and […]
Landmark graduate Leonard Pouder believes that he is by nature a selfish person, the last one who would jump into a community project. However, during his Self-Expression and Leadership program last year, he began to get inspired about making a difference. His home town […]
Breakthrough Foreign Relations Project Created by Landmark Education Graduate Arnold Keiser, President of the ORGANIZATION FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION The OIC Foreign Relations Breakthrough Project was created in late 2006 and it’s intention is to end some of the 21st century’s […]
Gerald Schwartz is a Landmark Education Graduate and leads introductions to The Landmark Forum. He has also been a farmer in California’s Central Valley for most of his life and was recently appointed to be the Central Valley Regional Liaison […]
Quilt communicates–One Peace at a Time From: Sun Times News Group December 4, 2006 By FELICIA DECHTER Staff Writer The seventh-grade class from Nettelhorst School was as diverse and patchwork as the peace quilts its students were meticulously creating colorful, […]
Moving beyond prison system From the Philadelphia Inquirer By David Parrish Today, everyone is concerned about crime. We all live with the threat of becoming victims. The alarming costs of crime include loss of life, traumatized people, disrupted families, and […]
Jamesburg packs revitalization meeting From the Princeton Packet By: Audrey Levine, Special Writer 03/23/2007 The meeting focused on finding ways to better the downtown business district. JAMESBURG — More than 100 residents attended a meeting at the Grace M. Breckwedel […]
Landmark Graduates and Jewelry Business Owners Launch a Clear Concience Project See Coverage on KTVU News Oakland, CA Lori Bonn Designs, a 15-year old jewelry business based in Oakland, CA, founded by Lori Bonn Gallagher and operated by her […]
How the Other Half Lives: "Walk a Mile" dares welfare policymakers and welfare recipients to swap lives How's this for a devastatingly simple solution to an age-old social problem? While Natasha Grossman was studying social work and interning at a […]
Instead of protesting against the war, Marilyn Sjaastad created a project to get people to demonstrate for peace. Using drums and other precussion instruments, peace activists in 15 cities made noise on behalf of peace. From: The Register-Guard Eugene, Oregon […]