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Jewish - Palestinian Living Room Dialogue Group is now at http://traubman.igc.org/dg-prog.htm
Beyond War is now at http://beyondwar.org/
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The work of the Foundation spans half a century, involving individual spiritual growth, social action, grassroots education, and mediation of international conflicts. It is perhaps best known on the international scene for its Beyond War Awards (1983-1990), which reached millions of people worldwide through global satellite coverage.
The present work includes courses, production of educational videos, lectures at its Palo Alto, California, facility, and seminars at the Foundation's Sequoia Seminar retreat center in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Programs include individual participation, collaborative efforts, and concerted social action.
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From Highway 280 - The Junipera Serra Freeway:
• Take the Sand Hill Road turnoff and go east.
• Take the University Avenue turnoff and go west.
You will be driving through a residential
• If traveling from south of Palo Alto, disembark the train and look straight ahead to the street that parallels the train tracks (Alma Street). Cross Alma and walk down Lytton Avenue (Lytton dead ends into the train station parking lot) for 1 block. Turn left on High Street and walk 1.5 blocks (crossing Everett). The Foundation offices are on the left - large blue awning over the front door - address up high on the top left-hand corner of the building.
• If traveling from north of Palo Alto, disembark the train and take the walkway that goes under the train tracks. Look straight ahead once your emerge from the underpass to the street that parallels the train tracks (Alma Street). Cross Alma and walk down Lytton Avenue (Lytton dead ends into the train station parking lot) for 1 block. Turn left on High Street and walk 1.5 blocks (crossing Everett). The Foundation offices are on the left - large blue awning over the front door - address up high on the top left-hand corner of the building.
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