The Virtual Peace Booth is sponsoring the following three webinars on Peace:
On Sunday October 18, join Christina Cowgerof NCSTN for NCSTN: Making Peace by Ending Torture.
Martin Gugino suffered a head injury when he fell to the pavement after law enforcement shoved him during a George Floyd protest. Martin and Wes Hare (a long-time Triangle peace and justice activist) will discuss Our Nation’s Relationship with Law Enforcement on Wednesday, October 21.
Join Patrick O’Neillon Sunday October 25 for Kings for Bay Plowshares: Action and Hope. Learn more about the action, the trial, and get an update after Fr. Steve Kelly’s and Patrick’s sentencing (scheduled for October 15th and 16th).
Registration is required. Follow the links to register.
Congratulations Peacemaker Award winners
2020 Peacemaker Award winners
Young Peacemakers: Durham Beyond Policing
Veteran Peacemakers: Wes Hare & Ruth Zalph
We will post a recording of the Zoom event soon. All who attended will receive the recording.
Sundays, 1 to 4PM come to Prison Books Collective that has sent free books to people on the inside in North Carolina and Alabama, and magazines around the country, since 2006., 4312 Etta Rd, Durham. Directions and information: http://prisonbooks.info/get-involved/volunteer/ Contact: email@example.com.
Tuesdays, 11:30-12:30 pm – Tuesdays with Tillis, members gather each week and rally outside Senator Tillis’s office in Raleigh (310 New Bern Ave)to highlight issues and demonstrate to call attention to vital priorities too often overlooked by the press or elected officials.
First Wednesdays, 12:00-1:00 pm – Peace Vigil, 300 Fayetteville Street, on the first Wednesday’s of every month folks gather to protest the costs of war and the military industrial complex. Signs provided.
Building a Culture of Peace. Uprooting the Causes of War.
We envision a world where all beings are free from the threat of war and oppression. We stand together as one human family to resolve conflicts peacefully in all our endeavors and support human rights for all.
Our mission is to abolish war, particularly as an instrument of U.S. policy, and to build a culture of peace through personal responsibility and witness, education, and promotion of human needs over militarism.