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22 December, 2004

The Wales-Lesotho Link was the focus of a public Forum in London, attended by Lesotho's High Commissioner

09 December, 2004

'War Prevention Works – 50 stories of people resolving conflict', by Dylan Mathews, presents 'short accounts from all over the world of what ordinary people are doing to stop war'.

01 December, 2004

Fifty years after a schoolgirl’s bid for equal education launched the Civil Rights struggle in the US, Hannibal B Johnson takes stock.

01 December, 2004

Tony Scott and Bonnie Dowdy work together in Highland Park, a low wealth, high crime neighborhood seldom visited by the middle and upper class folks, white or black, of Richmond, Virginia.

01 December, 2004

For the past six months, a group of 14 Muslims and Christians have engaged in a series of intensive dialogues facilitated by Hope in the Cities in Richmond.

22 November, 2004

International Communications Forum (ICF) holds conference in France

15 November, 2004

A 'Clean Election Campaign' aimed at cleaning out corruption in the nation’s political processes is being piloted in two constituencies.

12 November, 2004

Sheryll Cashin, author of The Failures of Integration: How Race and Class are Undermining the American Dream, spoke to five hundred people at the annual Metropolitan Richmond Day, November 12. Hope in the Cities announced a three-year initiaitive to address issues of racial separation and inequality in education fifty years after Brown V Board of Education.

12 November, 2004

Anglo-Australian concert pianist Penelope Thwaites makes an impassioned plea for excellence.

05 November, 2004

During the Civil War it was said that more Confederate flags flew in Liverpool, England than in Charleston, South Carolina. The city’s enormous wealth was built on the trans-Atlantic slave trade. A significant step towards healing that bitter legacy took place October 29 when the city’s Lord Mayor, Councillor Frank Roderick, presented Reconciliation Sculptures created by Liverpool sculptor Stephen Broadbent, to Richmond, Virginia and the Republic of Benin, West Africa.