A three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee visited
Kathy Kelly’s visit Friday to the Unitarian Universalist Church comes as northeast
Kelly has advocated peace for years. She's traveled to the
“A hundred years from now, what might we anticipate? Maybe we could even put an end to war,” said Kelly.
Kelly's mission is to promote peace. She recently traveled to
“Eight hundred fifty children die every day in
Kelly says the
“I would like to see President Obama and any president always direct themselves toward trying to end wars, even if it means losing a second term presidency,” said Kelly.
Kelly's words reached believers, as well as some who don't necessarily share her views.
“I've got a lot to learn, and I thought I could learn from listening to her,” said
“It's a very unhappy situation,” said
Kelly says the cycle of war only increases hatred toward the
“I think as history goes on, eventually generations will look back upon the war in Iraq and feel regret and shame for the suffering caused,” said Kelly.
More information about Kelly's efforts can be found at http://vcnv.org/.