I saw this in my subscription feed (Yes, I subscribe to Stanford University. The Store House doesn't fill itself ex nihilo
), and the description alone brought a smile to my face.
Tufts University Jewish Chaplain and Executive Director of Tufts Hillel for 34 years, Rabbi Jeffrey Summit and photojournalist Richard Sobol presented a multimedia talk about their involvement with Delicious Peace. It is a story of coffee, music and world peace.
The coffee is grown by more than 1000 Christian, Muslim and Jews who live in a rural region of Uganda and are members of a fair trade cooperative called "Peace Kawomera" - kawomera means in "delicious" in Luganda. The farmers make music together, music that Summit found so inspirational that he had to share it with the world.
I wasn't sure exactly where to share this - Good and Cuddly was a close second - but I figured this place needed a bit of a respite from the usual.