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June 1, 2008
Colman McCarthy
Founder & Director of the Center for Teaching Peace
Colman McCarthy BIO:
· Director, Center for Teaching Peace (since 1982)
· Columnist

Syndicated Columnist for Washington Post 1969-1997

Georgetown University Law School, University of Maryland, American University, Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, School Without Walls, Oak Hill Prison, Washington Center for Internships

· Disturbers of the Peace (1973)
· Inner Companions (1975)
· Pleasures of the Game (1983)
· Involvements: One Journalistís Place in the World (1987)
· All of One Peace: Essays on Nonviolence (1995)
· Iíd Rather Teach Peace (2002)

· Solutions to Violence (1988)
· Strength Through Peace: The Ideas and People of Nonviolence (2001)

Articles published in The New Yorker, Atlantic Monthly, New Republic, The Nation, The Progressive, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Readerís Digest, National Catholic Reporter, Baltimore Sun.

Married with three sons

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Info: Colman McCarthy is the founder and director of the Center for Teaching Peace in Washington, DC. He teaches peace studies at colleges and high schools in the Washington, DC area including Georgetown University Law School, American University, Wilson High School, and Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School. He has authored many books including "I'd Rather Teach Peace," "All of One Peace: Essays on Nonviolence," and a new one coming out this summer on animal rights. From 1969 to 1997, he was a syndicated columnist for the Washington Post. His articles have also appeared in The New Yorker, New Republic, National Catholic Reporter and others.

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