International Peace Day

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A young advocate for education equality

Every day, Penn State first-year student Raven Moore makes time for a phone call with her mom. They are close—growing up, it was just the two of them. “She works 12-hour shifts, but she’s always there for me,” Raven says.

She is just a few weeks into college, but it feels more like years. The immersion in a community of friends and professors is good for the 18-year-old. She’s always thrived in learning environments where she knows her friends and peers.

Radio interview about International Peace Day film screening

Michael Gagne and WURD host Barbara Grant discuss peace as a process—rather than simply as the absence of war—the Envision Peace. AFSC is partnering with Envision Peace on  the Sept. 21 event.

International Peace Day Festival

Sunday, September 19, 2010 - 3:00pm - 6:00pm

Peace Day

making peace flags

Celebration of International Peace Day in Providence RI

A celebration of community, culture and our longing for peace.  The first part of the afternoon includes performances by local cultural groups, a tables hosted by community groups, face painting, and the making of peace flags.  The event concludes with a walking meditaion and interfaith prayers for peace.

Peace Day

making peace flags

Celebration of International Peace Day in Providence RI

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