From Activism to Farming to Deeptime . . .
All The Way In is the inspiring story of one Dominican sister’s ongoing journey in religious life, moving from conventional ministries to a growing engagement with nonviolent witness, peace activism, care for Earth and the discovery of her cosmic identity.
Top Image: Jeanne Clark was arrested at the Pentagon on Good Friday in 1981. She poured blood under the plaque that reads Department of Defense while the community with her chanted “This is the blood of the poor, this is the blood of El Salvador, this is the blood of Christ.”
Picture with Baby (middle) and Father and Children (below): Sister Jeanne holds the photo she carried when she was charged with “obstructing a lawfully operated train,” though she knew under International Law, that the train carrying nuclear weapons to the Trident Submarine in Washington State operated illegally.
When she was arrested and being put into the police car, she held up the picture of Daniel saying “His name is Daniel and he is asking us to stop the train.’ Two years later Glen Milner (pictured below with his children) an electrician living in Seattle was on trial for being in front of another train as it came to deliver weapons to the Trident. On the witness stand he was asked by his defense attorney why he was in front of the train. He stated “Two years ago I was watching TV in my home in Seattle. The first white train had just arrived at the base. I saw a woman being arrested and being put into a police car. She was holding up a photo of a baby and saying “His name is Daniel and he is asking us to stop the train.” I felt like she was speaking directly to me as a father. That is why I was in front of the train.”