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Photo Gallery - Light in the Dark Peace Festival 2005

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"Women and Children in War: Dreams of Peace" seminar about the persecution of Sikhs after September 11, 2001



Reporter D.D. Delaney (second from left), moderator of the "Department of Peace" seminar held at the Naro Theater on Tuesday, December 20, speaks with special guest Rep. Bobby Scott, one of the supporters of the Department of Peace legislation in congress, while theater owner Tench Phillips looks on.


Successful seminars abound in the Festival for Peace.  Here, Susan Posey talks with a group of interested peace makers at the Wednesday, December 14 seminar, "Experiments in Hope: Democratic Movements in 21st Century Latin America."  Seminar attendees were asked to consider how the Latin American actions discussed and viewed in film might be translated to the Tidewater area.


People leave the Naro Theater on Monday, December 12, still talking after a very successful discussion and showing of the double feature, "Caught in the Crossfire" and "Operation Dreamland."


Festival Planner Susan Posey and volunteer Karen Forget open the Festival.


Kim Baggerly was only one of the
many moms who came with kids.

Julie Clarke entertained Festival goers, along with other singers, drummers, poets, and dancers.
PlayBack Theater, an institution at
the Festival, focused this year on
stories of conflict resolution

Fair Trade Festival

Naro Cinema owner Tench Phillips (seated), Tom Ellis, Anne Williams and Tom Palumbo pass out literature


Steve Baggerly considers
what to buy

Steve Swan explains the Peace Train to a customer.
Goods from around the world were
sold at the Fair Trade Festival

Fair Trade Festival organizer, Susan Posey, tired but triumphant on Sunday
Penny Moulis sells Peace pins

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