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Rose Lord

Rose Lord, publisher of Cornucopia News and Editor of Food For Peace and (R)Evolution, Publisher of Global Coalition for Peace and author of "What I've Learned About Food and Peace" is a wife, mother of three grown sons, grandmother and a Registered Nurse. She has been studying the relationship between food and peace since 1990 and has earned a certificate in Vegetarian Nutrition from the American Academy of Nutrition.

In an effort to spread around the information she was gathering, Rose began teaching classes in Eating Peacefully at the local community college and other sites. She also published the monthly newsletter, Cornucopia News for two years. That newsletter was combined with two other newsletters to become Food for Peace and (R)evolution, a quarterly publication. Dozens of recipes and interesting articles from Cornucopia News can be accessed at www.food4peace.com. The current edition of Food for Peace and (R)evolution can be viewed by going to the School of Life website (www.schooloflife.org) and clicking onto Spiritual Food for the New Millenium and then onto Current Newsletter.

Rose has also been deeply involved in the peace movement since September 11, 2001. She is co-founder of Global Coalition for Peace, a non-profit, 501 (c)(3) corporation that is working to bring unity to the grassroots peace movement and to provide a means of communication for the peace-seeking people of the world.

Articles published in HopeWays' 'News & Views' section

To learn more about Global Coalition for Peace please visit www.globalcoalitionforpeace.net

Please also visit www.cornucopiacafe.com to learn about Rose's all-natural baking mix.

E-mail: rose@food4peace.com

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