The Barstow-Driver Award was created in 2014 by the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship in order to specifically honor those who are over sixty years old and have taken significant risks for the cause of nonviolent peacemaking. It is our desire to honor these leaders of our movement and to honor them in their local hometown or location where their primary peacemaking work took place. In our inaugural year, the award was named the Anne Barstow and Tom Driver to commemorate two of our key leaders in nonviolent peacemaking and the ceremony of dedication was held near New York City which was their primary place of peacemaking activities for decades.
A virtual celebration in honor of Linda will be held on October 8, 2020. Register here.
This event is intended to celebrate Linda, raise awareness about the Accompaniment Program and other PPF work, help PPF connect with new and old friends, and raise funds for this work. To give a gift in honor… more