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Volume 2, Number 4, July 2002

Lilly Endowment Awards $13.88 Million

Three Indiana liberal arts colleges, Earlham College, Goshen College and Manchester College, can strengthen programs focusing on peace, justice and conflict resolution thanks to a $13.88 million award from the Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment. The award will be shared among the three colleges from July 1, 2002 to June 30, 2006.

According to an Earlham College press release, the colleges plan to use a portion of the funds to establish a Peace House in Indianapolis. The Peace House staff will serve the Indianapolis community by providing courses and workshops and facilitating the development of approaches to the study and practice of peace. The colleges will also use funds to enhance their own research on conflict and violence.

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For more information about the $13.88 million award, visit the following websites:

Lilly Endowment, Inc
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