Nobel Peace Laureates: Betty Williams on Terrorism
Nobel Laureate Betty Williams talks about the insanity that comes from the philosophy of an eye for an eye. Williams begins to describe the world's inability to stop terrorism while advocating a world where peace is not only possible, but necessary for existence.
The Fetzer Institute spent time with Nobel Laureate Betty Williams in the summer of 2008 at the Peace Jam conference in Los Angeles. Williams received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1976 as a co-founder of the Northern Ireland Peace Movement.