THE BEDROOM A poem about a political prisoner by Theresa Wolfwood
Canadian Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions to support Palestine. 2018
Theresa Wolfwood at Arab Group for Protection of Nature Annual Meeting
The International Arab Forum for Supporting Captives in Occupation Prisons Conference
BUILDING INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY FOR PALESTINIAN POLITICAL PRISONERS
The Engaged Eye of Mohamud Mohamed: Photo Gallery from Nairobi
From Gaza to the World: Gazans are People: Gazans are Palestinians: A report by Ramzy Baroud
AFRICA: The World Social Forum & beyond January- February, 2007
Canadian Forces Maritime Experimental Test Range, Nanoose Bay, BC, CANADA
CANADA NEEDS A CULTURE OF PEACE: CHILDREN NEED A CULTURE OF PEACE
Diamonds, Genocide and Resistance: A Story of the People of the Kalahari
CONFRONTING THE ROMANCE OF VIOLENCE: OUR SOCIETY AS A CULT OF MILITARISM.
The Fight for Refugee and Migrant Rights in Canada: “No One Is Illegal”
Daughters of Cuba call for solidarity in Cross-Canada Speaking Tour
Submission To Defense Policy Review, Government of Canada – RESPONSE To: ‘The Main Challenges to Canada’s Security”
Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions: Supporting justice for Palestine
Literature and Social Sustainability: The Woman’s Creative Potential
Women In Black promote peace in Victoria and beyond by Michelle Martin
Theresa Wolfwood reports on ‘Miner’s Memorial Day’ Cumberland, BC, Canada, June, 2004
3 thoughts on “The Peace Garden of Theresa Wolfwood”
Beautiful, calm and serene. Thank-you for creating this space in our world, Theresa, you are amazing!! 😀
Oh! What a glorious time to have spent in your peace garden, with great people and inspiring art. Thank you, Terry, for your commitment, creativity and love of all life.
Thank you for that ceremony around peace. You manage to bring many people around you who have hope for the world and who work tirelessly for peace in our divided world (sometimes) May your pole resonate with peaceful energy and send its rays around the world!!
I hope to see your garden in person this summer as I am spending a month in Sooke.
in peace, sharon woodhouse