Sharon Prince is Creating “Hopeful Spaces” for Global Peace

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The world needs hope. It is the dedication of world leaders that create hope. Global peace is a noble ambition.

Sharon Prince believes creating hopeful spaces where people can share ideas is one step towards global peace. Neutral and yet beautiful places like the 80-acre natural land in Fairfield County, Connecticut are safe havens for the community to tackle societal issues. Prince hopes that the public will take advance of this space to enjoy nature.

Prince’s Grace Farm is based working towards viable solutions for the world’s issues. Her foundation has worked tirelessly to create safe havens to address the world’s needs. Hopeful spaces are only part of the solution, but they do provide a stepping off foundation for real discussion. She knows that it is going to take a lot more time and effort to resolve the world’s issues. Everyone has to get involved.

The foundation welcomes global leaders to share insights about how they are dealing with their issues. Many interesting and informative discussions have already taken place in the River building within the hopeful space Prince created. The consensus remains that it is going to take passion, purpose, and skill to combat the world’s ills. Go Here to learn more.

Sessions at the River building have born some fruit. Programs are being implemented through the foundation to help address bad public policies. Prince and her colleagues desire that their efforts will result in global peace. Some issues like wildlife and human trafficking are near to Prince’s heart. She hopes to see an end to these practices in her lifetime.

Creating a vision for the future is the greatest accomplishment Grace Farms could make. Sharon Prince welcomes all voices to share in creating a future where there is world peace.

 

Reference: ”Grace Farm’s Sharon Prince Sets Out To Accomplish The Impossible: Meet The Visionary And Her Leadership Team”.

Through The Grace Farms Foundation, Sharon Prince Offers The Community A New Place To Gather

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Sharon Prince is a businesswoman who lives in New Canaan, Connecticut. She was the CEO of 66° North for U.S. operations – a clothing company in based in Norway.

 

In 2009, Sharon Prince launched the Grace Farms Foundation which owns and operates a community space. She is a graduate of The University of Tulsa, earning her bachelor of business administration there and a master of business administration at its Collins College of Business.

 

Sharon Prince Grace Farms is on over 80 acres of pristine land outside New Canaan. It’s a place with serene natural beauty. It has a community center where people can learn about many topics such as the environment, arts, justice, and faith. Sharon Prince’s goal for the Grace Farms Foundation is to foster communication and bring together people from diverse backgrounds.

 

People can enjoy what Sharon Prince Grace Farms offers year-round for free. For most of the year, people can practice catch-and-release fishing at Cattail Pond, for example. This community space has many walking trails that wind through lush nature. Many types of wildlife can be spotted, especially birds. Throughout the summer people can learn from Nature Initiative classes. There are often casual pick-up games people can join as well.

 

Grace Farms has become one of the go-to places to see fall foliage in Fairfield County. It offers a stunning vista of rustic reds, striking orange, and warm golden colors. A lot of people go to this community space in order to take pictures during the fall. Even winter is a popular time to go to Grace Farms. Since the trees are thinned out, due to dropping their foliage in the fall, people can see views that at other times of the year are unavailable.

As the president and chair of this organization, Sharon Prince continues to restore the land that makes up Grace Farms and bring back indigenous wildlife.

 

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Newsmen in Trouble for Sharing the News

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Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey found themselves in trouble with the one-time Sheriff Joe Arpaio. These men were removed from their home and were charged with disclosing information about a grand jury investigation.

Both men were involved with the Village Voice Media newspaper. In fact, one man was the CEO of the paper and the other was an executive editor. They ran a story about a grand jury and they did not know they were the subject on the investigation.

Arpaio was getting annoyed by the way the media criticized his aggressive law performance techniques. He is known for this Tent City where inmates at the country jail live in tents. Since he was in office he has been told what is legal to do and what is not. He was at one time investigated for targeting illegal immigrants, but no evidence was found.

Due to Tent City, Arpaio was charged with violating the rights of people of Latino decent and other minority groups. Arpaio decided to keep on doing his job and ignored the changes. Reporters began to take notice of this new and that is where Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin come in. Read more: Jim Larkin | Crunchbase and Larkin and Lacey Fruntera Fund | Crunchbase

While newspapers were not supposed to write about Arpaio these reported published this information anyway. The men were arrested and must serve 24 days in prison. They filed a lawsuit against Arpaio and wanted to expose more of his practices. They ended up settling for over $3 million.

After this story hit the news Arpaio was not re-elected as Sheriff. He was also charged with contempt of court. President Trump ended up giving Arpaio a pardon, but many say he did this to keep the nationalists on his side. Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey: https://frontpageconfidential.com/fbi-arrest-michael-lacey-jim-larkin/ and http://frontpageconfidential.com/michael-lacey-jim-larkin-arpaio-frontera-fund-first-amendment/

While Arpaio may be free of charges people are now aware of his abuse of power and it is unlikely he will have a legal or political career in the near future.