2001 Media Archives

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Streaming media available from:

Swanee Hunt
International
Peace Award
1994-2001
Richard Hughes
High Priests' presentations

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2. Click a link below to watch or listen to the clip

International Peace Award recipients 1993 - 2001 Swanee Hunt
2001 - Dr. Swanee Hunt
clip from Dr. Hunt's acceptance address (1:18)
John Paul Lederach 2000 - Dr. John Paul Lederach

clip from Dr. Lederach's acceptance address (1:26)

 

Jane Goodall1999 - Dr. Jane Goodall

clip from Dr. Goodall's acceptance address (2:02)

 

Marie Fortune1998 - Dr. Marie Fortune

clip from Dr. Fortune's acceptance address (1:58)

 

Juan Flavier1997 - Senator Juan M. Flavier

clip from Senator Flavier's acceptance address (1:28)

 

                                      (1996 - no award)

Marian Wright Edelman1995 - Marian Wright Edelman

clip from Ms. Edelman's acceptance address (1:19)

 

M. Scott Peck1994 - Dr. M. Scott Peck and Lily Ho Peck

clip from Dr. Peck's acceptance address (1:30)

Jehan Sadat1993 - Dr. Jehan Sadat

clip from Dr. Sadat's acceptance address (:43)


High Priest Presentations

Richard HughesHigh bandwidth streaming media for cable modem/DSL connectionsLow bandwidth streaming media for dialup connections Honoring the Past, Visioning the Future - Richard Hughes (5:55)
Jane GardnerHigh bandwidth streaming media for cable modem/DSL connectionsLow bandwidth streaming media for dialup connectionsEnhancing Leadership Effectiveness - Jane Gardner (5:33)
Gary LoganHigh bandwidth streaming media for cable modem/DSL connectionsLow bandwidth streaming media for dialup connections Standing for Peace and Justice - Gary Logan (9:28)



David SchaalHigh bandwidth streaming media for cable modem/DSL connectionsLow bandwidth streaming media for dialup connections Bridging Cultures and People - David Schaal (5:23)
Carolyn BrockHigh bandwidth streaming media for cable modem/DSL connectionsLow bandwidth streaming media for dialup connections Fostering Spiritual Growth and Wholeness - Carolyn Brock (5:24)
Jane WatkinsHigh bandwidth streaming media for cable modem/DSL connectionsLow bandwidth streaming media for dialup connections Building Support Systems - Jane Watkins (6:44)
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