Sunday, November 5, 2017
4 pm – 6 pm
Yardley United Methodist Church, 300 Yardley-Langhorne Rd Yardley, PA 19067
This event will include two 30-minute films:
Not in Our Town – Ordinary citizens in Billings, Montana stand
up when attacked by white supremacists.
Waking in Oak Creek – Oak Creek, WI aSikhTemple transforms the community through forgiveness after a deadly crime.
Barbara Simmons of The Peace Center will facilitate a discussion after the screenings. Participants will be given tools to interrupt hate and bigotry.
Sponsored by The Peace Center and Yardley United Methodist Church
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Sunday, October 15, 2017
4:00pm to 7:00pm
International House, 3701 Chestnut St, Philadelphia PA 19104
Be part of this special event including drinks and dessert. Hosted by Liberian Women’s Chorus for Change and Philadelphia Folklore Project. Tickets are $20/$25, additional donations are welcome!
In Philadelphia, four Liberian women use their music to address injustice and inspire action for social change. Survivors of Liberia’s civil wars, they are accomplished, brilliant singers – mothers, refugees, immigrants, Africans – who haven’t stopped contributing positively to the world, no matter the obstacles. Because of the War documents the power of traditional songs to make meaningful connections between and among people, and to help re-build communities.
For more info, go to: http://bit.ly/2wPVBVJ.
A huge THANK YOU to the many organizations and individuals that created Peace Day Philly 2017!
CLICK HERE for the 2017 Guide
CLICK HERE for the Detailed Schedule
CLICK HERE for Police Organized Activities that will take place in Districts throughout the city! Some libraries and schools across the city will also be involved. Contact a school or library in your community to see if they are participating in PDP!
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