“Walking into pain in the hope of bringing change moves a person from helplessness and despair to empowered activism.” – Lisa Kemmerer
Join The Peace Center virtually on Wednesday, December 16th from 6:30 to 8:00pm, for a Democracy Circle, “A Nation Divided: Continuing the Conversation”.
Building community requires including many communities. Join us for a multi-generational dialogue, as we work to heal a fractured nation from the inside out.
Facilitated by Gayle Evans, Barabara Simmons, and Tanya Longino, and special guest “Gen Z” facilitators including Nya Evans and Mykal-Michele Longino.
Please register at www.thepeacecenter.org.
Zoom link will be emailed upon registration.
The Peace Center’s ongoing “One Book – One Bucks” project to build bridges of peace will be discussing the book “L.O.V.E. is the Answer: How You Can Put Principles of Love Into Action to Build a Stronger Police-Community Marriage” by A.J. Ali on Thursday, January 21st from 6:30 to 8:30pm.
This book is the perfect wstudy guide to accompany the film, Walking While Black: L.O.V.E. is the Answer.Together, the book and film equip American to learn how to utilize the power of transformational love to break down walls and build bridges of reconciliation.
Please purchase the book and register at thepeacecenter.org.
The Peace Center has been gifted a number of lawn signs, stating “Black Lives Matter to Me” that we are making available for purchase at $10 each. Proceeds benefit the programs of The Peace Center.
You can pick them up Monday through Friday, 10:00 am to noon, or call 215-750-7220 x 16 for special arrangements.