Ahead of Kim-Trump Summit, Good People Declare: 'Time to Give Peace a Chance'

Jon Queally, staff writer
Just hours before the much anticipated face-to-face meeting takes place in Singapore, peace advocates are raising their voices on Tuesday to embrace the possibility that the summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un will result in an ongoing dialogue and negotiations that avoid the frightening alternative: an all-out war on the Korean peninsula, and the possible use of nuclear weapons, that would devastate the lives of millions.

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