Talked with Paul Weaver, a visiting professor at Bluffton College in Bluffton, Ohio. He is from Worthington, Minnesota and recently coordinated the establishment of a bi-lingual, elementary school there. The school is a mix of Hispanics and Whites, with a twist: Hispanics youth learn English — and the White youth learn Spanish. In addition, each group learns about the other group’s culture, and so on. The intent is to promote more diversity, and more understanding. Excellent initiative… Paul is also a member of the “Christian Peacekeeper Team (CPT).” He has gone into “hot spots” in South America, for instance, to stand as a peaceful witness, mediator, and so on, in the midst of street violence and war zones. Note: Several years ago, while doing research on the organization, I attended a CPT National Conference in Indiana. There I learned that it’s the CPT credo that: As soldiers are willing to die for their cause; CPters are willing to die for peace.