Daniel N. Clark



Daniel N. Clark is a retired attorney in Walla Walla, Washington.  He has a variety of interests, including global changes, local history, criminal justice reform, sustainable communities, human rights, peace, homelessness, contra dancing, and contemplation.  See the Links tab for efforts he has been associated with.  Under the Peace Brigades tab is a lengthy account of his experience as a founder of Peace Brigades International. He has also published several books, including "A Privileged Life: Memoirs of an Activist" (2013), "You are the Self" (2014), "Notes to the Self" (2014), "It's all the Self" (2014), and "A Spiritual Journal" (2014), all collected in "Experiences with Truth" (2019), "Come Dancing: A Collection of Contras, Circles, Squares, and More" (2014), a book of essays titled "Words: Dan & Barbara's Deathless Prose and a Few Poems" (2014), "A Prospect Point Reunion Book" (2014), and "A Garrison School Reunion Book" (2015), as well as "Don't Bend Walla Walla: A Case Study in Corruption" (2014), "Historic Sites & Markers of Walla Walla County" (2019), "Public Places & Private Interests: Protecting Historic Cemeteries & Other Projects" (2020), "Walla Walla 2020: Today's Vision for Tomorrow's Community" (2021), "What Sayest Thou: A History of the Walla Walla Friends Meeting" (2021), "Hanford Nuclear Reservation: Civil Disobedience in the 1980s" (2021), "Peace Brigades International: Roots & Early Years" (2021), "Addressing Homelessness: The Walla Walla Way" (2021), "Criminal Justice Reform: Walla Walla's STAR Project and Other Stories" (2021}. and "Diversity and Unity in the Walla Walla Valley" (2022), which are available through local book stores and online booksellers.