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Peggy Gish has been working in Iraq with Christian Peacemaker Teams since October 2002, and was in Iraq before, during, and after the 2003 war. Gish is a grandmother, farmer, community mediator, conflict management trainer, and former co-director of the Appalachian Peace and Justice Network in Athens, Ohio. Her book Iraq: a Journey of Hope and Peace (Herald Press, 2004) tells the story of her experiences and CPT's work in Iraq.

Art Gish has been active in Peace and social Justice work for over 40 years, having participated in the Civil Rights Movement and the Anti-Vietnam protests. He has been part of Christian Peacemaker Teams in Hebron since 1995.
Gish is a graduate of Manchester College and Bethany Theological Seminary. He is the author of The New Left and Christian Radicalism (Eerdmans, 1970), Beyond the Rat Race (Herald Press. 1972), Living in Christian Community (Herald Press, 1979), and Hebron Journal: Stories of Nonviolent Peacemaking (Herald Press, 2001).

Official Website: http://www.cpt.org

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