Think Peace Media and Communications

Utilizing the powerful tools of all media to share these stories with the world
“Our purpose is to fulfill our dream of a grassroots media campaign to give voice to the voiceless and attention to the healing of the world.”
Buddhism, Christianity, Earth Based, Islam, Judaism, Spirituality
Ananda Marga, Buddhist, Catholic, Neopagan Wiccan, Protestant, Quaker
Number of Members
Houston, TX, United States of America
Joined URI Network

Think Peace Media and Communications Cooperation Circle (CC) establishes a forum to tell the stories, News and Current Events of interfaith cooperation, efforts to end religiously motivated violence, and the ideas, solutions and wisdom of those who are creating cultures of peace, justice and healing for the earth and its inhabitants.

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URI Stories of Impact

A Virtual Our HOUSE and MORE

Aug 20, 2016. THANK YOU. My birthday was a fantastic time with family and friends on Sunday, July 31st. More than that, it took place at one of "our" Our House Artist's place, Heather Davis aka Lemon Bar Lady. 

Our House - The 31-DAY Countdown

Jul 24, 2016. This is NOT about saying Goodbye. Goodbye can be forever and forever is a long time. Instead, this is about saying "so long" and it is but a breath, a moment and then we'll meet again. 


Jul 06, 2016. In the Spirit of the great Freedom Riders of the 1960s, S.H.A.P.E. Community Center has taken young people on a journey of history throughout the Deep South (Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Arkansas). 

Finding Ways to Live Together

Jun 10, 2016. Since May of 2012, an idea was born to teach a curriculum that would make us better thinkers, better workers, and better activists for our community.

Global Partnerships Building Community

May 24, 2016. April 16th was a rewarding and memorable time as I reconnected with individuals I've know for a couple of decades, those that are one degree of separation from those I've known this long, and those I've recently met for the first time in San Francisco.