In "Resistance and Transformation," a Tapestry of Faith program
Project or pass around the portrait of Clara Barton. Read aloud the biographical information about Barton and her letter, or invite volunteers to do so. Ask participants to try to imagine Barton's emotions as she wrote the letter to Gage. Ask them to consider how Barton linked issues of war and peace with women's suffrage. Point out that the start of her opposition to war was the suffering she had witnessed on the battlefield. Ask:
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