- Geographic Location: North America
- Age: 5
Marla Kolman Antebi is a Jewish educator, community organizer and peace activist. In 2003 she founded the grassroots non-profit Partners In Peace (www.partnersinpeace.net) which develops curriculum and runs programs for youth to explore their identities, tell and exchange their stories, and build collaborations across cultural, faith, and ethnic lines using technologies as milieu for communication. Marla has spent much time in Israel, which she considers her second home, and PIP's initial international programs have focused on opening new portals for relationship-building between American and Israeli students from diverse backgrounds. At home in the San Francisco Bay Area, Marla has been involved in organizing several inter-faith encounters for youth and is currently working on forming an inter-faith dialogue group for young adults. Her work on "Digital Storytelling and Appreciative Inquiry as Tools in Peacemaking" was highlighted at the Parliament of the World's Religions in Barcelona in 2004.
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