Author Archives: Libby Hoffman

About Libby Hoffman

Libby Hoffman is the President of Catalyst for Peace, Producer of Fambul Tok (the film), and a co-founder of the Fambul Tok program.

From “Ex-Combatants” to “Peace Parents”

There are occasional moments in this work when people, activities, resources, and timing all align, and there’s a powerful experience that grabs you in the pit of your stomach, leaving you feeling – This is what it is all for.  … Continue reading

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Sneak preview of Wan Fambul/One Family benefit album

Tomorrow is the big day!  The Wan Fambul/One Family Benefit Album will be released tomorrow, March 23rd.  Click to see a sneak preview of what’s in store: The video includes footage of Sierra Leonean pop icons Bajah + The Dry … Continue reading

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Responses to the Kony2012 campaign

I spent most of my day yesterday responding to people’s inquiries about what I thought about Invisible Children’s Kony2012 campaign that has been spreading virally around the world in recent days.  The strong statements of support that the video and … Continue reading

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Sermon preached on Fambul Tok at a church in Texas

We often find ourselves humbled by people’s responses to Fambul Tok (the film), and learning about a recent screening held at a church in Austin, Texas yielded another extraordinary example of this kind of response.  On the day that the … Continue reading

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Fambul Tok review makes the connection to our lives

Sometimes we only discover a review of Fambul Tok well after it was written.  This one, written prior to our screening at the Heartland Film Festival in October, is one such recent find.  Because of the way it describes the … Continue reading

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