Will You Contribute $20, $25, $50 or $100 MONTHLY to Help Sustain Our Indispensable Peace Journalism Voice?

TRANSCEND News, 18 Nov 2019

Antonio C. S. Rosa | Editor – TRANSCEND Media Service

“It is with great pleasure that I write in praise and support of TMS. I look forward to it each week and enjoy reading the articles by Prof. Johan Galtung, peace educationalist, activists, and others from around the world. My thanks and admiration go to editor Antonio C. S. Rosa for the great efforts that he puts into the weekly production of Transcend Media Service. The publication keeps me in touch with the many people working in various fields and countries–both educating and inspiring me. It is imperative to keep this relevant service alive. It needs all the help we can give, i.e., writing, financing, solidarity actions. I am also very grateful for the publications of my works on nonkilling, nonviolence, and a world without violence and war. I get encouragement knowing that so many people around the world are working for a world of peace and nonviolence.”

— Mairead Maguire, Nobel Peace Laureate and TRANSCEND member. Co-founder, Peace People, Ireland


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