This page can help you find alternatives to war and violence. Our links page includes more than 150 links to peace and social justice groups. Our featured group page gives a link to an outstanding peace and justice group. Our featured service page links you to a helpful resource for peace and justice work. On our commentary page you will find a thought-provoking essay on war, and on our film page you will find a list of recommended films.
On this site you will also find information on how to order our publications on peace and alternatives to violence. We invite you to visit our main page, which has links to Desktop Resources, the publications consulting and Web page design company that provides this page as a public service, as well as to our page devoted to the historic Germantown neighborhood in Philadelphia.
Important Note: Resources for Peace is a web resource only. It does not offer speakers, and it has no staff. It is a labor of love performed by one person and a computer. It would be wonderful if this effort were larger, but it is not. The many organizations in the list of contacts may be able to provide services that Resources for Peace cannot.
Mark Twain's classic anti-war short story, which has been both in and out of print over the years, is now available in a new edition suitable for reading on your computer screen or printing out for copying and distribution. This edition requires Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 or later. This publication prepared as a public service by Desktop Resources. For more information, go to our catalog.
Information on this page will be updated and revised as time and resources permit. At each update, we will feature a new peace essay, a new featured group, a new featured service, and a new featured book. Please send comments, new listings, and other requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.