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The Fayetteville Peace Rally Committee (FPRC) of North Carolina is focused on raising a pro-peace, counter-recruiting standard in one of the most heavily militarized cities and states in the U.S. The goal of the committee is to reach many who have not previously joined peace rallies, with special attention to the thousands of GI’s and their families in the Fayetteville/Ft. Bragg area. FPRC used their Puffin grant to include musical entertainment and topical theatrical skits in their program.

Sabrina Artel of Liberty, NY, travels with her 1965 BeeLine trailer to create her independent, on-location radio program, “Trailer Talk,” a blend of theater, activism and broadcast journalism. Using the trailer as her base, Ms. Artel invites people of all walks of life to sit around her kitchen table and exchange ideas on important issues. She received a Puffin Grant for her project, “Liberty and Justice for All…?” which she hopes will bring attention to animal rights and our responsibilities to the earth.
These are only some highlights of the Public Interest grants given in 2007.