my eye out for free and inexpensive resources for helping children
learn peace building skills. Here are some that I like. Please
send your list of peace building resources to me and we'll post
it on the Web. It's called networking -- all of us sharing what
is valuable and true with each other! Let me know what you would
like posted on this page.
Lynne Namka, Ed. D.
10371 N. Oracle,
Pusch Ridge Center, Head Spring office,
Oro Valley, AZ 85737
Newsletters and Magazines from Nonprofit Organizations
Tolerance is a magazine with articles about combatting racism
for elementary and Jr. High teachers giving ideas and suggestions
from "teachers on the front line troops." There is no cots to
educators. This excellent resource is published twice a year by
the Southern Poverty Laws Center. Contact Teaching Tolerance,
400 Washington Ave. Montgomery, AL 36104.
& Freedom is a bimonthly newsletter of the Peace Education
Committee of the Jane Adams Peace Association and Women's International
League for Peace and Freedom. Subscription cost unknown. Contact
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, US
Section Office, 1213 Race Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107-1691
News is a quarterly newsletter from Growing Communities
For Peace which gives ideas and projects about peace building
for children. It is available from Growing Communities for Peace,
16542 Orwell Road North, Marine on St. Croix, MN 55047.
Press, PO Box 340, Brandon, Vermont, 05773-0340, phone 802-247-3132,
offers books, tapes and videos for the prevention and treatment
of sexual abuse. When Children Abuse, Group Treatment Strategies
for Children With Impulse Control Problems is an extensive
collection of exercises, worksheets and activities to treat children's
anger and acting out sexual behaviors. $28.00 plus postage.
is a catalogue with products that focuses on positive empowerment
for women and girls. To order a copy, send $3 to Equilibrium,
18836 Ashley River Rd. Charleston, SC 29407.
catalog is Talk, Trust & Feel which features anger release
curriculums, toys and books for children ages 3 to 12. Peace
building skills are easy and fun to teach and are such a great
return on your investment of time! Our catalog is available
free to teachers and therapists from Talk, Trust & Feel,
1120 Buchanan Ave. Charleston, IL 61920.
Health Connection Catalog features Drug and Violence Prevention
tools for children and adolescents. Their address is 55 West
Oak Ridge Drive, Hagerstown, MD 21740; 1-800-548-8700 Courage
to Change is a catalog for life changes featuring positive
books on good mental health for all ages. Their address is PO
Box 2140, Cranberry Twp, PA 16066.
is a colorful catalog "providing solutions for the New Millennium."
A good source for videos, it also has books and games for conflict
resolution and life issues. They can be reached at 10100 Park
Cedar Drive, Charlotte, NC 28210 or 1-800- 892-KIDS
Press bills itself as having books for children and those
who care for them. They have a great selection of parenting
books. This catalog can be obtained at PO Box 75267, Seattle,
West has a great book Bully Proofing Your School: A Comprehensive
Approach for Elementary Schools ($29.95 plus shipping and
handling) giving ideas, guidelines and lesson plans to help
children who are targets and those who bully. Their address
is 1140 Boston Ave, Longmont, CO 80501. Their Internet address
is http://www.sopriswest.com and their phone
Building Materials for Communities and Schools
Inc., PO Box 12158, Tucson, AZ 85732 is the home of Peace Builders.
Visit their Web site at http://peacebuilders.com .
Community Board Program, 1540 Market Street, Ste 490, San
Francisco, CA 94102 is a nonprofit organization specializing
in conflict resolution with videos, curriculums and training
manuals to teach problem solving skills. Their phone number
is 415-552- 1250.
contact one of these companies, please tell them you saw their
products mentioned on the AngriesOut site from Talk, Trust & Feel on the Internet!