Wise Women Walking Together [dropbox]I[/dropbox]t was June of 2012 and I was about to celebrate my sixty‐fifth birthday. It seemed like […]
Bette Rainbow Hoover in Friends Journal
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Bette Rainbow Hoover is a grandmother, bodyworker, peacemaker, and circle facilitator. Her house in the woods keeps her close to nature and offers a space for crones and others to gather. She is a member and former clerk of Sandy Spring (Md.) Meeting.
Posted in: Features, October 2013: On Aging
A restorative and holistic approach to peacemaking is urgently needed in a world where violence is an integral part of […]
Bette Rainbow Hoover is a member of Sandy Springs (Md.) Meeting. She is the founder/director of Just Peace Circles (http://www.justpeacecircles.org).
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