“When the next Nobel Peace Prize Forum convenes in Minneapolis, memories of homegrown peacemaker Michael Roan will take a prominent place beside the laureates themselves.
Roan traveled the world for more than two decades, bringing Nobel Peace Prize winners to Minnesota for annual public discussions that built a global following. The Minneapolis native, who also spent decades working on the cause of religious freedom, died Jan. 8. He was 75.”
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