Facts Over Fear

#FactsOverFear Campaign is here to set the record straight and prepare patriotic US citizens to stand united as a nation even as we engage in healthy debate about our common future.

What We Do

We foster relationships of respect between wisdom communities. We support and train wisdom communities in multi-faith peacemaking in their neighborhoods for the common good of our children, our planet and ourselves.

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With your support, Paths to Understanding is bridging bias and building unity through multi-faith peacemaking. Let’s set up an event in your community today.

The Latest from the Blog

Guidelines for Visiting Fr. Treacy at Camp Korey

Guidelines for Visiting Fr. Treacy at Camp Korey

Hello Friends, As we prepare to safely reopen Camp Korey this summer and serve our vulnerable children, we have worked with our Medical Advisory Board to develop new protocols and policies that meet Washington and County health guidelines. These guidelines will also...

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Stand with our Jewish and Muslim Neighbors

Stand with our Jewish and Muslim Neighbors

Antisemitism and Islamophobia are part of the same vicious vine of fear and hate. Fertilize one, and the other one grows too. And not just these, but other forms of dehumanization against our Indigenous, black, brown, Asian American, LGBTQ+ siblings. Water one hatred,...

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Compassion and Communion

Compassion and Communion

On Thursday, June 3 2021 a small gathering took place at St. Anne's Catholic Church in Seattle. Father William Treacy, who with Rabbi Levine founded Camp Brotherhood and the Treacy Levine Center, held a special Mass. Father Treacy had turned 102 years old over the...

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Crossing the Divide Together

Crossing the Divide Together

I was trying to make a decision the other day about some small matter. I noticed that I had to weigh various values and possibilities even in this small decision. And it was a fairly simple matter. We live in a complex world, where each of us has various values to...

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Turn Back From the Precipice

Turn Back From the Precipice

In recent weeks anti-Semitic attacks have risen sharply. This is after many years in which our Jewish neighbors have experienced increased hate crimes. Over the last year we have seen a rise in violence toward those perceived to be Asian Americans. A society...

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The Latest from the Blog

Guidelines for Visiting Fr. Treacy at Camp Korey

Guidelines for Visiting Fr. Treacy at Camp Korey

Hello Friends, As we prepare to safely reopen Camp Korey this summer and serve our vulnerable children, we have worked with our Medical Advisory Board to develop new protocols and policies that meet Washington and County health guidelines. These guidelines will also...

read more
Stand with our Jewish and Muslim Neighbors

Stand with our Jewish and Muslim Neighbors

Antisemitism and Islamophobia are part of the same vicious vine of fear and hate. Fertilize one, and the other one grows too. And not just these, but other forms of dehumanization against our Indigenous, black, brown, Asian American, LGBTQ+ siblings. Water one hatred,...

read more
Compassion and Communion

Compassion and Communion

On Thursday, June 3 2021 a small gathering took place at St. Anne's Catholic Church in Seattle. Father William Treacy, who with Rabbi Levine founded Camp Brotherhood and the Treacy Levine Center, held a special Mass. Father Treacy had turned 102 years old over the...

read more
Crossing the Divide Together

Crossing the Divide Together

I was trying to make a decision the other day about some small matter. I noticed that I had to weigh various values and possibilities even in this small decision. And it was a fairly simple matter. We live in a complex world, where each of us has various values to...

read more

What We Believe

Paths to Understanding is a non-profit organization based in Washington State. We bridge bias and build unity through multi-faith peacemaking.

  • We believe these times require wisdom communities to act together for the common good and the future of life on our planet.
  • We believe each tradition offers gifts for the common good, when we know how to receive them.
  • We believe interaction with other wisdom communities enriches and deepens our commitment to our own.

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