|CNV Action Count Total = 1608||STATE||CITY||CONTACT & EMAIL||ORGANIZATION||ACTION DETAILS||SEE WHAT HAPPENED: LINK TO ACTION PHOTOS AND STORIES WHEN AVAILABLE||LINK TO ADDITIONAL ACTION DETAILS WHEN AVAILABLE|
|1||Worldwide||Everywhere||Contact||UNFOLD ZERO||Sep 26 – Fourth International Day for Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons|
|2||Worldwide||Everywhere||Michael Neuroth||United Church of Christ||The Thirtieth General Synod called on the congregations of the United Church of Christ to mark the Sunday preceding September 21 (which the United Nation recognizes as the International Day of Prayer for Peace) as Just Peace Sunday. This path requires non-violence when possible and even when impossible to engage in love and restraint. Just Peace envisions a renewed, vibrant, diverse, and sustainable world free of violence.||http://www.ucc.org/just_peace_sunday_resources|
|633||Worldwide||Everywhere||David Wick||Pathways for Peace - UN International Peace Day||632 events are currently listed with the UN International Day of Peace Website, now supporting Campaign Nonviolence! Through the years, many diverse activities have been organized in observance of the International Day of Peace. These include: educational events and conferences, workshops, marches, musical celebrations, meditations, intercultural dialogues and interfaith gatherings, environmental projects, art exhibits, community gatherings and much more.||http://internationaldayofpeace.org/event-map/|
|634||Alabama||Birmingham||Shelley Douglass||Mary's House Catholic Worker|
|635||Alaska||Fairbanks||Alaska Peace Center||Alaska Peace Center published and broadcast 30-minute "Alaska Peace Center Community News and Opportunities for Action" on KWRK-LP 90.9FM and sent by email to our list of 400+.|
|637||Arizona||Flagstaff||Patrick Carr||Secular Franciscan|
|641||Arizona||Prescott||Laurel Freeman||We have four main events in Prescott, including a proclamation from the mayor, a family park activity with rock painting and mandala making, a movie, a book discussion and our peace vigil on 9/21.||See what happened in Prescott!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-prescott-az/|
|642||Arizona||Tucson||Felice Cohen-Joppa||Nuclear Resister||Come to a September 19 Peace Vigil outside Raytheon Missile Systems in Tucson. Tuesday, 7:00 - 8:00 a.m. |
The Tomahawk cruise missiles that the U.S. used against Syria on April 6 were built at Tucson’s Raytheon missile factory.
In August, Raytheon was awarded a $900 million contract to develop the nation’s next generation of air-launched nuclear cruise missiles - work that will take place here in Tucson. Join the Raytheon Peacemakers as we demonstrate against war and those who profit from it. Survival demands better ideas, not better weapons.
|See what happened in Tucson!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-tucson-az-peace-vigil/|
|685||Arkansas||Little Rock||Caroline Stevenson and Bob Estes||Episcopal Peace Fellowship of Arkansas/Arkansas Coalition for Peace and Justice||Planning 40+ Events for Arkanasas Peace Week and the Campaign Nonviolence Week of Actions. Learn more here: https://arkansaspeaceweek.com/||See what happened in Little Rock!||https://arkansaspeaceweek.com/events/|
|687||California||Berkeley||WISR||WISeR Peacemakers Event!||PeaceMaker Workshop, SUNDAY 10 A.M. – 1 P.M. : Dr. Edith Eger Resilience & Forgiveness Workshop***, All are Welcome|
In 1944, sixteen-year-old Edith Eger was sent to Auschwitz. There she endured unimaginable experiences, including being made to dance for the infamous Josef Mengele. Over the coming months, Edith’s bravery helped her sister to survive, and led to her bunkmates rescuing her during a death march. When their camp was finally liberated, Edith was pulled from a pile of bodies, barely alive. Dr Edith Eger shares her experience of the Holocaust and the remarkable stories of those she has helped ever since. Today, she is an internationally acclaimed psychologist whose patients include survivors of abuse and soldiers suffering from PTSD.
|688||California||Berkeley||WISR||WISeR Peacemakers Event!||WISeR PeaceMakers Celebration, Conference, Presentations and Speakers Sept 21-24. Locations in Berkeley and San Francsico. |
Includes: Panel on Racism, Social Justice, Multiculturalism and Resilience.
|689||California||Bermuda Dunes||Mary Doran||Victory Noll Sisters|
|690||California||Claremont||Pilgrim Place Retirement Community||Pilgrim Place Retirement Community||Weekly stand of about 20 people holding anti-war signs for an hour during rush hour at a busy intercession.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-peace-vigil-at-four-corners-in-claremont/|
|691||California||Encinitas||Christy Bantugan-Bohan||Pax Christi, San Diego chapter||Interfaith Week of Action Peace Celebration Wednesday Sept. 20th 5:30-7:30 PM in San Diego, CA. Home of Christy & Sean. Details of location will be provided at the time of RSVP. The focus this year will be: Listen: Mother of Earth is Speaking. Components of the event will include: An active prayer experience, a Listening Circle, observing sunset over the Pacific, and an action-oriented Sharing Circle. All are welcome. Please RSVP at email@example.com||See what happened in Encinitas!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-interfaith-week-of-action-peace-celebration-in-san-diego/|
|692||California||Eureka||Linda O'Hara-Scott||Kunle Centre||Kunle Centre, in collaboration with the International Women's League of Peace and Freedom and the L-Word, in honor of the International Day of Peace and Pride Week will hold a vigil for peace and justice, through conversation and song, on Wednesday, Sept. 20 at the Gazebo on Second and F Sts. in Eureka from 7-8 p.m. For all of the injustices in this world-from wars, to nuclear weapons, to racism, bigotry and hate, to poverty, to violence of all kinds and to climate change, which impacts all of us-we will speak and sing of these, while holding our candles in the hopes for a new world, a world without violence.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-candlelight-vigil/|
|693||California||Fresno||Fresno Raging Grannies||Fresno Raging Grannies||Free outdoor concert with 15 local musical groups, including the Raging Grannies, in the Pat Wolk garden, 6661 N. Forkner, Fresno–Thursday, September 21, 6 p.m. Bring your own chairs and finger food or drinks to share.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-actionfresno-peace-concert-with-raging-grannies/|
|694||California||Huntington Beach||Fred Galluccio||Visualize World Peace H.B.||A group of peace minded individuals display a banner that states "Visualize
World Peace. It's Up To You" in order to influence people into believing that
peace is possible. Bring a candle or help us hold up the peace banner.
Sun, September 17 7:00 to 8:00 P.M. Location: Foot of H.B. Pier (PCH/Main St.)
|700||California||La Mesa||Franciscan Peace Connection and Interfaith Council of La Mesa||Six events. The Interfaith Council of La Mesa is sponsoring its 4th Annual Peace Celebration in Aztec Park, in La Mesa on Sunday, September 17. September 18 Reducing My "Enemies" Listening Circles, September 21 Young-Adult-Led Interfaith Listening Circles, September 22 Listening Circle With Homeless Volunteers, Sept. 23 Autumnal Equinox Drum Circle, Sept 24 Prayer For Peace and Praise For Creation||See what happend in La Mesa!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-international-day-of-peace-celebration-la-mesa-ca/|
|701||California||Los Angeles||Fr. Chris Ponnet||Pax Christi Southern California and St. Camillus Center||Candlelight Vigil for Nonviolence|
OCTOBER 1st SUNDAY 2017, 6:30-8:30pm
CANDLELIGHT VIGIL AND NONVIOLENT PROCESSION
Vigil/Procession Begins at Governor Brown’s Office 300 S. Spring St (@ 3rd) Los Angeles CA 90033
Bring candles/nonviolence signs
Celebrating the week of Jewish High Holydays, Mahatma Gandhi and St. Francis of Assisi
|702||California||Morro Bay||Ruth Ann Angus||Yes We Can Peace Peacebuilders||9/23 - 2pm-4pm - A CELEBRATION OF PEACE, JUSTICE & NONVIOLENCE: Come out and enjoy yogurt, song, games, and family fun in honor of International Peace Week – involving support for racial justice, and an end to poverty, discrimination, environmental destruction, and war.||See what happened in Morro Bay!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-morro-bay-ca-peace-celebration/|
|703||California||Napa||Teresa Cahill||Napa Peace Group||Vigil for Peace from 2-4 pm on Sunday, September 24th.||See what happened in Napa!|
|704||California||Oakland||Sandhya Jha||The Oakland Peace Center||Doing an event about displacement as violence on International Day of Peace!|
|705||California||Oakland||Carolyn Scarr||Ecumenical Peace Institute||September 18, 12:00 pm - 1:00pm, Oakland Federal Building 1301 Clay Street two blocks from 12th Street BART Covered with sheets to represent the dead of the wars of occupation in Iraq and Afghanistan people lie down on the city sidewalk in front of the Federal Building. Participants lie at least five feet apart and do not block entry to the building. The names of some of the Californians in the U.S. military who have died in war and the names of some of the Iraqi dead are read. Also read are the names of Palestinians who were killed in the attack on Gaza in 2014 and the names of some of the people of color killed by police or “security” forces in the U.S. Some people will hand out flyers. The spirit of this event is one of mourning and dedication to peace. Please bring a white sheet to cover yourself with. A pad to lie on is recommended. This is a nonviolent, wheelchair accessible, legal witness. For photos and more information, visit www.epicalc.org. Schedule subject to change to avoid legal holidays and wet weather.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-oakland-ca-living-graveyard/|
|706||California||Orange||Alice Soto||Orange County Peace Coalition||The Orange County Peace Coalition will be hosting a Pace e Bene nonviolence training with nonviolence trainer Ann Mbacke from 8am – noon on September 9, 2017.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/nonviolence-training/|
|707||California||Orange||Mike Walsh||Orange County Peace Coalition and Pax Christi Orange County||9/19 Nonviolence Vigil: Meet at Orange traffic circle in Plaza Square park. Bring your posters and banners for a silent vigil.
Bring luminaries. 6:30-8:30pm
|See what happened in Orange!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-nonviolence-vigil/|
|709||California||Orange||Maria Elena Perales||Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange||We are holding a peace prayer vigil in our chapel open to the public and we once again have shared the September Peace Prayer Calendar. See link for details||http://csjorange.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/September-2017-Prayer-Calendar.pdf|
|710||California||Palo Alto||Diana Gibson||Multifaith Voices for Peace & Justice||Gather for a public witness for peace and justice with prayers, music and rituals from diverse faith and spiritual traditions. Everyone welcome. Sponsored by Multifaith Voices for Peace & Justice. 9/11 7-8pm at Lytton Plaza||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-peaceful-presence-multifaith-prayers-palo-altoca/|
|711||California||Pasadena||Olga Sarabia||Muslim & Catholic Women in Conversation||An Interfaith Celebration envisioned by the "Muslim and Catholic Women in Conversation", Co-sponsored with the Sisters of Social Service, Pax Christi Southern California, Pax Christi LA & the Muslim Public Affairs Council, Los Angeles. September 17, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm at the Holy Spirit Retreat Center - 4316 Lanai Rd, Encino, CA|
|712||California||Petaluma||Metta Center||Metta Center for Nonviolence||A Community Conversation about Justice
Come for inspiration, strategy, and community.
Metta Center for Nonviolence
Aqus Cafe, on H Street
Sept 18, 6:30 PM to 8 PM
|713||California||San Diego||Anne Barron||Peace Resource Center of San Diego||The UN has banned the Bomb. 122 countries will sign the treaty Wednesday, Sept 20. Join us to celebrate… and decide “what must we ban next to protect the earth and all its people?”!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-celebrate-peace-with-people-over-profits-sd-prc/|
|714||California||San Diego||Sr. Francisca Olvera||OLVM Sisters|
|715||California||San Francisco||WISR||WISeR Peacemakers Event!||WISeR Peacemakers Event! Saturday, September 23, 2017
6:00pm 9:00pm, International speaker, and best selling author Dr. Edith Eva Eger will share her inspiring story as a survivor of Auschwitz, and her incredible journey from Hungary to the United States, where she has become a renowned therapist, Best Selling Author, Human Dignity Advocate, and inspiring International Speaker. Dr. Eger has been featured on Oprah, TED Talks, and most recently offered the keynote for the California Legislature Annual Caucus.
|716||California||San Jose||Francesca Paist||Building Compassion for the Homeless in San Jose||Our Gandhi Nonviolence Group will place two poster size boards in all 24 San Jose libraries. One will be a picture of a homeless person from the Blue Tarp Project and the other will be a "Take the Quiz: Dispelling the Myths of San Jose's Homeless". On the quiz board we've addressed 10 common myths and provided the answers. During the week of Sept 16th we will pair a homeless person with a homeless advocate and stand outside our libraries with the boards.The goal is to open up the conversation about our huge homeless problem in San Jose supported by the DATA and not misconceptions and put a REAL FACE to it.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-dispelling-the-myths-of-san-joses-homeless/|
|721||California||San Rafael||Angela Parker||Social Justice Center of Marin||Current Events: |
9/20/17: Dennis Rivers and Angela Parker discussion workshop on The Seven Challenges Workbook, Cooperative [Nonviolent] Communication Skills for Success and Home and Work at CMCM (http://cmcm.tv/), 5:30-8:30pm. http://www.newconversations. net/
9/21/17: International Peace Day demonstration with the Seniors for Peace. Same Mill Valley corner (Miller and Camino Alto) but on Thursday, International Peace Day, at approximately 4-5pm.
9/27/17 Peggy Donnell workshop on Forgiveness at CMCM (http://cmcm.tv/), 5:30-8:30pm.
|See what happened in San Rafael!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-actions-marin-county-ca/|
|722||California||San Rafael||Anne Mulvaney|
|723||California||Ventura||Jake Donaldson||Ventura County Peace & Justice Network||http://vcpjn.org/calendar/|
|724||California||Woodland||Yolo Conflict Resolution Center||Yolo Conflict Resolution Center||9/21 - The Yolo Conflict Resolution Center invites you to join us for a forum on restorative justice: What is it? How does it work? How does it benefit our community?
Ron and Roxanne Claassen will speak about their work with restorative justice, followed by an opportunity for audience questions.
This event is in recognition of the U.N. International Day of Peace. Together for peace: respect, safety, and dignity for all.
|725||Colorado||Boulder||Scott Brown||Active Peace||The United Nations Association of Denver and a host of partners are sponsoring a community conversation on the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals. Campaign Nonviolence Associate Scott Brown will be opening the event.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-denver-celebration-of-the-international-day-of-peace/|
|727||Colorado||Louisville||Martha W D Bushnell||Beyond War||Prayers for Peace|
|728||Connecticut||Hartford||Bonnie Zaman||CNV Hartford Group||On Sept 16, 2017, hundreds of people will gather from 11am to 3pm at the Labyrinth at First Church, 12 South Main St, West Hartford, CT, to Walk the Labyrinth for Peace and Nonviolence to protest war, poverty, racism, and environmental destruction, as part of hundreds of demonstrations occurring in every state in the country sponsored by "Campaign Nonviolence" during the week of Sept 16-24.||See what happened in West Hartford!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-walk-the-labyrinth-for-peace-and-nonviolence/|
|789||Delaware||Wilmington||June Eisley||Peace Week Delaware||Planning over 60 events including their 4th annual March for a Culture of Peace on September 23||See what happened in Delaware!||http://www.peaceweekdelaware.org/schedule/|
|790||District of Columbia||Washington||Medea Benjamin||Code Pink|
|791||District of Columbia||Washington||Robert More||Pax Christi Metro DC-Baltimore||We will gather in front of the White House (Pennsylvania Ave. side) to protest the illegal, immoral, and counterproductive use of armed drones. 9/9/17 at 10am- 11:30am|
|792||District of Columbia||Washington||Eli McCarthy||DC Peace Team|
|793||District of Columbia||Washington||Scott Wright||Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach|
|794||District of Columbia||Washington||Paul Magno||Nonviolence International|
|797||District of Columbia||Washington||Ann Delorey||Interfaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington||3 Events! The Unity Walk is September 10th starting at the Washington Hebrew Congregation. We have a resource fair from 12:30-1:30, and then the walk is from 1:30 to 5. We are also having an interfaith picnic the night before, September 9th, at the Washington National Cathedral from 5-8pm. Information for that is still being finalized.|
|798||District of Columbia||Washington||World Beyond War||World Beyond War||Join the flotilla for environment & peace in front of the Pentagon on Sept. 17, 2017||See what happened at the DC Flotilla!||http://worldbeyondwar.org/flotilla/|
|810||District of Columbia||Washington||World Beyond War||World Beyond War||World Beyond War Conference: September 22-24 in Washington, D.C. Just following the International Day of Peace, this year’s conference will focus on activism, including activist planning workshops, addressing how the antiwar and environmental movements can work together. WHERE: American University Katzen Art Center, 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016. Speakers will include: Gar Smith whose forthcoming book is The War and Environment Reader, and Max Blumenthal, Kevin Zeese, Kathy Kelly, Brian Terrell, Bruce Gagnon, Leah Bolger, Peter Kuznick, Ray McGovern, David Swanson, Dale Dewar, Nadine Bloch, Richard Tucker, Pat Elder, Mike Stagg, Natalia Cardona, Lindsay Koshgarian, Suzanne Cole, Eric Teller, a representative of Greenpeace, Robin Taubenfeld, Alice Day, Lincoln Day, Brian Trautman, a representative of Black Alliance for Peace, Anthony Rogers-Wright, Jill Stein, James Marc Leas.||Watch all the videos from the World Beyond War Conference here!||http://worldbeyondwar.org/nowar2017/|
|811||District of Columbia||Washington||March for Racial Justice||March for Racial Justice||Washington, DC, Sept 30, 10 AM - 1 PM EDT|
March for Racial Justice is a multi-community movement led by a coalition united in our demands for civil and human rights. For updates and more information join our email list by texting “M4RJ” to 66866. None of us are free, until we’re all free. Twitter/IG @M4RJNow
|812||District of Columbia||Washington||Lisa Delity||Heeding God's Call||9/17 - 10/1 - A memorial to vicitms of violence in DC||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-heeding-gods-call-to-end-gun-violence-memorial-to-the-lost/|
|839||Florida||Coral Springs||Piero Falci||One Planet United||27 Events: International Day of Peace in Coral Springs, FL|
1. Special Declaration for the International Day of Peace- Formality and done in the meeting of the commissioners- City of Coral Springs, FL- Sept 21st.
2. Partnering with United Way- Choose Peace- Stop Violence- One Planet United
3. Peace Tree in Library where people are invited to write a message of peace and attach to trees
4. Peace Tree in Schools (23 actions here with different schools involved in Broward County, Florida schools). Peace Tree in Schools- where students are invited to write a message of peace and attach to trees, discussion on peace and Syria, and through art teachers and students paint stones that represent generosity, understanding, kindness, patience.
5. Five different high schools committed to nonviolent actions
6. Eight different middle schools committed to nonviolent action
7. Ten different elementary schools committed to nonviolent action
8. International Day of Peace- A Celebration- Sept. 21- The program consists of students and leaders in the community at a Peace Garden. There will be a peace walk, a Choir that sings, a Peace Breakfast with youth, and the laying of peace bricks made by students. These bricks will have quotes and will be substituted with some of the bricks on the walking path to speak of generosity, understanding, kindness,and patience.
|See what happened in Coral Springs!||http://www.opunited.org/|
|840||Florida||Dania Beach||DeAnne Connolly Graham||Pax Christi Broward||See what happened in Dania Beach!|
|841||Florida||Fort Myers||Betteanne Camagna|
|842||Florida||Longwood||Carol Di Marco|
|843||Florida||Orlando||Rachel Allen||Valencia Peace and Justice Institute||Valencia College Global Peace Week 2017 (Sept 25 - Sept 29): Peace Education, Music, Arts, and Crafts
Sept 21, 2 PM ET, Human Peace Sign Photo
|845||Florida||Sarasota||Walk With Me Film Group||Walk with me Coming to Sarasota, FL at the Hollywood Cinema on September 12th at 7:00 p.m., is a one-night special showing of Walk With Me, a film about Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh and his monastic community in Plum Village, France.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-walk-with-me-film-showing/|
|846||Florida||St. Augustine||Nancy O'Byrne||St. Johns Youth Academy and Compassionate St. Augustine||St. John’s Youth Academy, a juvenile detention center, will have staff as well as youth (ages 13 – 19) participate in a “Week of Compassion and Non-Violence. The kick off rally will be on September 15th, when all will sign a pledge to observe the week, learning about and practicing compassion, empathy, gratitude, forgiveness, and nonviolence. They will have speakers, art contests, games, lesson plans, group sessions, etc. There are 70 boys and 80 staff at this level 8 detention center.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-compassion-and-nonviolence-week-st-augustinefl/|
|847||Georgia||Atlanta||Chinyere Gonzalez||Marist School||International Day of Peace prayer service||See what happened in Atlanta!|
|848||Georgia||Atlanta||Pastor LaTarsha Holden||Mother's Speak Out & Stand Up|
|850||Georgia||Atlanta||Joe Goode||Pax Christi St. Jude Atlanta||Members of Pax Christi St. Jude Atlanta plan to attend two ongoing vigils during the CNV Week of Actions - Tuesday 9/19 at the intersection of Peachtree and Piedmont Rds. in Atlanta, 12:30 PM and Friday 9/22 on the Square in Marietta, 12 PM.|
|851||Georgia||Atlanta||Bob Thompson||Faith Alliance Metro Atlanta/Compassionate Atlanta||We are planning a second Standing Silence gathering in Atlanta on Sunday afternoon, September 24th, just days before the Supreme Court takes up the issue of the travel ban. We are now reaching out to allies in cities around the country and inviting our allies to also organize a Standing Silence gathering to proclaim that the true American spirit is reflected in building bridges, not walls. Are you willing/able to organize a Standing Silence gathering in your city? Please join Atlanta as we all lift our voices in support of One America!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-standing-silence/|
|853||Hawaii||Honolulu||Wally Inglis||Center for Nonviolent Education & Action||Wed, Sept 20, 11 am-1 pm ... Peace vigil at Honolulu Federal Building co-sponsored by Honolulu Friends Meeting and Hawaii Peace & Justice. With theme "WAGE PEACE, NOT WAR", we will be advocating for major cuts in Pentagon spending.
Fri, Sep 22, 3:30-5:00 pm ... The Center for Nonviolence and Education (Malu 'Aina) will hold its weekly peace vigil at the federal building in Hilo on Hawaii Island.
|See what happened in Honolulu!|
|854||Hawaii||Honolulu||Liza Simon and Sherri Maurin||Peace Day Hawaii||Sat, Sept 16, 2:00-7:30 pm ... 10th Annual Peace Day Hawaii Celebration at SGI-USA Hawaii Culture Center, 2729 Pali Hwy, Honolulu. Several peace groups, under the Campaign Nonviolence banner, will display educational materials at the event.|
|855||Hawaii||Pukalani||Mele Stokeberry||Maui Peace Action|
|856||Idaho||Boise||Arthur Galus||Idaho Campaign Nonviolence|
|857||Illinois||Bartlett||Play for Peace||Play for Peace||Bartlett Nature Center
Play for Peace's Glow Run 5K
Sept 22, 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM CT
|858||Illinois||Chicago||Jeanette Halbach, OLVM||Julia Center|
|859||Illinois||Chicago||Rhonda Scullark||Perspectives Middle Academy||Holding a Peace action in Auburn Gresham/Englewood on the South Side of Chicago on Sept 20 and joining an action at Daley Plaza (downtown Chicago) on September 21.|
|860||Illinois||Chicago||St. Sabinas||Annual Peace Basketball Tournament||http://saintsabina.org/events/events-calendar/196.html|
|873||Illinois||Chicago||Jennifer Kim||Peace Day Chicago-21 Days of Peace||13 events and counting. We will be promoting 21 Days of Peace with the major events being the downtown celebration on Friday Sept 22, and peace activities in Chicago Public Schools on Thursday Sept 21.||http://www.buildthepeace.org/events/|
|874||Illinois||Chicago||Study Abroad | DePaul University||On the World’s International Day of Peace, September 21st, the DePaul community will be participating in promoting peace and Non-violence by creating Pinwheels for Peace. We hope to create our very own pinwheels decorated with drawings, writings, inspirational quotes- pinwheels with words of peace and harmony on them. Once created, we intend to plant them all over the Lincoln Park campus, to create a public statement about peace, to have tangible reminders spinning in the wind that encourage “whirled” peace. Learn more her: http://www.pinwheelsforpeace.com/Pinwheels_for_Peace/home.html|
|875||Illinois||Chicago||Janet Ryan||Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation||See what happened on South Side Chicago!|
|886||Illinois||Chicago||Rodney Walker||Connected Chicago||11 Events through Connected Chicago Neighborhood talking circles||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-actions-chicago-neighborhood-talking-circle/|
|887||Illinois||Chicago||Gary Ghirardi||National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth (NNOMY)|
|987||Illinois||Chicago||Virginia Rendler||On Earth Peace||Planning 100 actions that include the following: prayers, cultural sharing, music, and art, to interrupt violence in your community, and to get your community talking together and praying for peace, on or near September 21. Also see: http://peacedaypray.tumblr.com/|
FYI - we are moving away from having an official sign up list and instead inviting groups to post on our event's Facebook group.
This way all of the events that are happening are in one space with an open dialogue. If someone is looking for events in a specific area, they should feel free to get in touch with Virginia or post on the Facebook page. We are always looking to incite conversation and brainstorming!
|989||Illinois||Chicago||Fr. David Kelly||Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation||Restorative Justice: Peacemaking Circles Training - Sept 18th, Sept 19th, Sept 20th.|
|990||Illinois||Chicago South Suburbs||Concetta Smart||Pax Christi Seed Planters|
|991||Illinois||East Moline||Janet Griffin||Christ United Methodist Church||Kit Evans Ford will speak to United Methodist Women on justice and the environment in Sept.|
|992||Illinois||Elgin||Beatrice Hernandez||Wheaton Franciscans||From September 17-October 8, 2017 the Wheaton Franciscans will celebrate “A Season of Peace”.|
|993||Illinois||Kankakee||Viatorian Community, Congregation of Notre Dame, River Valley Clergy Alliance||Viatorian Community, Congregation of Notre Dame, River Valley Clergy Alliance||9/21 - Kankakee County Courthouse. Service of Prayer for Healing, Hope, Peace, and Unity: at this critical time of division and violence in our nation, we must pray for our community… our nation… and our world.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-interfaith-prayer-for-peace-and-unity/|
|994||Illinois||Moline||Rev. Mason Parks||New Journey AME Church|
|1007||Illinois||Rock Island||Rev. Dwight Ford||Grace City Church/Martin Luther King Jr. Center||Critical Mass Global Leadership Conference
September 22, 2017
Holiday Inn Hotel and Conference Center
226 17th St, Rock Island, Illinois 61201
Rock Island, IL
|See what happened in Rock Island!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-rock-island-critical-mass-conference/|
|1008||Illinois||Rock Island||Liz Kantner||Thurgood Marshall Learning Center||A peace pledge event|
|1009||Indiana||Donaldson||Sr. Joetta Huelsmann, PHJC||Poor Handmaid of Jesus Christ||We will have a prayer for non-violence on Sept. 18th at noon in our Chapel at Ancilla Domini Convent in Donaldson, IN.|
|1010||Indiana||Fort Wayne||Joyce Racine||St. Jude Church||We will have a gathering on the Court House Green from 12:15 to 12:45 Thurs, 9/21.
12:15 Mayor Henry will read a proclamation for Int'l Day of Peace. Jim Didier will lead us in singing Peace Before Us for opening and Peace is Flowing Like a River at closing. 4 speakers will each present a 3 - 4 min positive, healing, hopeful, non political message of peace. Wrapping up we remind people that peace begins within us, impacts those close to us in our families and small communities then ripples outward. "One person can make a difference. Everyone should try" This is followed by a moment of silence inviting everyone to reflect on "Where and how can you bring about peace?" At 12:45 downtown church bells will ring and we'll leave singing Peace is Flowing Like a River
|1011||Indiana||Fort Wayne||Rhonda Woody|
|1014||Indiana||Huntington||Jenna Strick||Victory Noll Center||We will be doing a Walk For Peace on Thursday, September 21. We will begin at Rotary Park in downtown Huntington. We are offering two time slots for the walk in order to accommodate the schedules of families and those working out of the community. The first walk will begin at 5:30pm. We will have 5-6 stations throughout the walk that will address economic and political injustices, war, racism and inequality. We will have a communal time of prayer/reflection at 6:30pm at Rotary Park and then begin the second walk at 6:45pm. |
Also, on Monday, September 18, Huntington Mayor Brooks Fetters will be signing a "Huntington Day of Peace" proclamation for Thursday, September 21.
|See what happened in Huntington!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-huntington-in-walk-for-peace/|
|1015||Indiana||Huntington||Sr. Mary Jo Nelson||Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters||See what happened in Huntington!|
|1016||Indiana||Indianapolis||Lisa Boyles||Rivoli Park Labyrinth||9/21 - 5pm-7pm. at Rivoli Park Labyrinth. We will have a community potluck dinner. There will be a laughter yoga session to spread joy. We will also create kindness and peace rocks to hide for others to find. If you bring something for the potluck, you will get an hour in Time Bank Indy. Everyone is welcome to walk the labyrinth at any time and contemplate world peace. This event is free and family friendly.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-indianapolis-in-celebrate-at-the-rivoli-park/|
|1017||Indiana||Indianapolis||Demetrice Smith-Mutegi||Martin University|
|1018||Indiana||Lafayette||Steve Crain||Lafayette Church of the Brethren||The Lafayette Church of the Brethren, Lafayette, Indiana, is observing Peace Day on Sunday, September 24, at 6:00 pm.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-peace-sunday-prayer-witness/|
|1019||Indiana||Michigan City||Jo Ann Deck||The Rotary Club of Michigan City, IN||An event with international peace educator Paul K. Chappell at Lubenzik Center for the Arts in Michigan City, Indiana. Thursday 28 September 2017, 11:45am||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-michigan-city-the-road-to-peace/|
|1020||Indiana||Michigan City||Jo Ann Deck||Write Out Loud||Writing Out Loud with Author Paul K. Chappell, 7:30pm on 9/30||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-writing-out-loud-with-paul-k-chappell/|
|1021||Indiana||North Manchester||Roger Eberly||Eel River Community Church of the Brethren|
|1022||Indiana||South Bend Area||Marie Claire Klassen||We will be hosting an electricity fast and connecting care for creation with building a more peaceful world. |
We are encouraging people not to use electricity (at least in their homes) for 24 hours and to turn off all electronic devices.
In the evening we are inviting people to our home (which will be lit only with candles) to share music, poetry and reflections on the intersection between care for creation and nonviolence.
This event is invite only.
|See what happened in South Bend!|
|1023||Iowa||Cedar Rapids||Emily Devine,rsm, Jamarco Clark and Amy Conlan||Sisters of Mercy and Mt. Mercy University||Mt. Mercy University, Sisters of Mercy and Regis Middle School will have a human chain linking them together from one peace pole to another on Sept. 21st at Noon for the International Day of Peace in Cedar Rapids, IA||See what happened in Cedar Rapids!|
|1024||Iowa||Clinton||Lori Freudenberg||Clinton Franciscans and Franciscan Peace Center||HATE HAS NO HOME HERE - We will be distributing yard signs and posters with slogans, as well as purchasing a bus ad and billboard. We will also write a letter to the editor and speak to civic groups about this campaign.||See what happened in Clinton!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-hate-has-no-home-here/|
|1026||Iowa||Clinton||Lori Freudenberg||Clinton Franciscans and Franciscan Peace Center||Sept 14 and 15: Film Showing - VANG.||See what happened in Clinton!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/vanga-drama-about-recent-immigrant-farmers/|
|1027||Iowa||Clinton||Lori Freudenberg||Clinton Franciscans and Franciscan Peace Center||Sept. 21 - STOP THE HATE, SHOW THE LOVE WALK. Walk for hope and witness for peace in our community.||See what happened in Clinton!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-stop-the-hate-show-the-love-walk/|
|1028||Iowa||Clinton||Lori Freudenberg||Clinton Franciscans and Franciscan Peace Center||Sept 21 - Disturbing the Peace Film Showing||See what happened in Clinton!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-disturbing-the-peace/|
|1029||Iowa||Davenport||Kit Evans-Ford||Pace e Bene||Campaign Nonviolence Open Mic Night!|
|1030||Iowa||Davenport||Kit Evans-Ford||Pace e Bene||Peace Devotionals on www.testimoniesofhope.org|
|1031||Iowa||Davenport||Kit Evans-Ford||Pace e Bene||Kit will be giving 4 lectures in the 4 classes she teaches on Peace and Nonviolence in the Dept of Theology and Religion at St Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa during the week of actions.|
|1032||Iowa||Davenport||Elder Daniel Teague Jr||Quad Cities Boots on the Ground Inc.|
|1033||Iowa||Davenport||Katy Strzepek||St. Ambrose University||INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE AND JUSTICE LETTER WRITING - Sign a No Hate pledge and write a letter to support peace. WHEN: September 21st, 11-12:30, WHERE: SAU Cafeteria||See what happened in Daveport!|
|1034||Iowa||Davenport||Ryan Saddler||St. Ambrose University||Diversity at St. Ambrose: 9/21 7pm-8pm||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-diverstiy-at-st-ambrose/|
|1035||Iowa||Des Moines||Des Moines Faith Committee for Peace||Des Moines Faith Committee for Peace||A service to celebrate the International Day of Peace. It will be held in the Peace Garden at Cowles Commons in Des Moines Iowa on September 21st, at 6:30 PM. It will include music and a reenactment of a speech given by Mrs. Coretta Scott King at a Peace Rally in Central Park, in New York, on April 27, 1968||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-on-the-threshold-of-a-new-day/|
|1069||Iowa||Dubuque||Sr. Mira Mosle, BVM||Dubuque Day of Peace||30+ Events planned including Jim Bear Jacobs who will be speaking on “Who Is an American?” and there will be a UN Hike to Help Refugees, along with a community Barbeque where residents can bond and engage with different cultures through free food catered from a variety of local vendors.||http://www.dbqdayofpeace.org/|
|1070||Iowa||North Liberty||Evalee Mickey||Pax Christi Iowa City|
|1071||Kansas||Wichita||Marguerite Regan and Sonja Bontrager||Fly a kite with our Wichita-area community as part of the 2017 International Week of Nonviolence. Join local and world neighbors from over 500 cities as we gather to dedicate ourselves on this day to the global challenge of eliminating poverty and war. Tie a peace ribbon with a prayer or blessing to a community kite that we will fly over Wichita (ribbons provided). Fly your own kite or a kite from Wings of the Wind. Enjoy coffee and treats from Sunflower Espresso. Come alone or bring family and friends to celebrate the power of prairie winds and people!|
|1072||Kentucky||Louisville||Carlos Malave||Christian Churches Together in the USA|
|1073||Kentucky||Owensboro||Rev. Dr. Claudia A. Ramisch||Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Owensboro||9/11 - 11th Annual Peace Vigil
This event includes interfaith prayers, extended silence, and reflection on being a peaceful presence in a volatile world. You are invited to bring a peace prayer from your root tradition or spiritual practice to share with the assembly. Prayers will be shared at each designated time and followed by silent reflection until the next prayer slot.
|1074||Kentucky||Owensboro||Mary Danhauer||Nonviolent Owensboro||We will stand silently in front of a Confederate Statue on the Courthouse Lawn in solidarity with local NAACP chapter asking for a committee to discuss the removal of the statue to a cemetery or Museum||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-silent-protest-in-owensboro/|
|1075||Kentucky||Owensboro||Debbie Wagner||International Day of Peace & Campaign Nonviolenc||2nd Annual Public gathering at Smother's Park on the Riverfront of Owensboro. There will be speeches and music to celebrate the day. 9/21 at 5:30pm||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-international-day-of-peace-celebration-owensboro/|
|1076||Kentucky||Pikeville||Rob Musick||University of Pikeville||During the CNV Week of Actions:|
Sunday night we had special worship service for peace
Monday we hosted a film screening of the film, "Making a Killing: Greed, Guns, and the NRA"
Tuesday we had special chapel service praying for peace and the end of American militarization
Wednesday we had prayers for north korea on campus all day
Thursday we had students sign a pledge of nonviolence and do hand print art on the campus bridge to show love and nonviolence
Thursday evening Rev. Felicia provided a lecture on Radical and Revolutionary Forgiveness
Friday we had a campus event to raise awareness about domestic violence and then raised money for the local domestic shelter
|1077||Louisiana||Baton Rouge||Rodolfo Aguilar||Walking the labyrinth at City Park in Baton Rouge on Saturday, September 23, from 11am- noon. I have invited anyone interested to join me.|
|1080||Maine||Bangor||Mary Ellen Quinn||Pax Christi Maine and Peace & Justice Center of Eastern Maine||End Violence Together – a Rally and March to Build a Culture of Peace will be held on Saturday September 16, 2017 from 1-4 pm at West Market Square in Bangor, Maine. The 4th annual End Violence Together action will raise awareness of the interconnectedness of war, poverty, racism, and environmental destruction. There will be music, speakers, interactive art activities, informational tables and a march downtown. Over 30 local organizations and faith communities are co-sponsoring this action which was initiated by Pax Christi Maine and the Peace and Justice Center of Eastern Maine.||See what happened in Bangor!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-4th-annual-end-violence-together-rally-and-march/|
|1081||Maryland||Adelphi||Paulette Hammond||Maryland United for Peace and Justice||You are cordially invited to the next MUPJ Workshop Featuring Bahram Zandi,‘Empire of Chaos at the Age of Trump’. A review of the state of the empire and the world and Andrew Greene,Founder of B-Gifted Foundation, Sierra Leone ‘Journey of hope’ - from Peace activist to immigrant. Sunday, September 10, 2017, 2:30 to 5 pm
Adelphi Friends Meeting. RSVP to Paulette Hammond.
|1082||Maryland||College Park||Mona Rezvani||Chincoteague Hall, Univ. of Maryland- College Park||An event titled, "In Search of a Prophet" which is a lecture, Q&A, book signing, and reception in collaboration with Paul-Gordon Chandler, founder and president of CARAVAN arts and author of a new book about Peace and Kahlil Gibran also titled, "In Search of a Prophet", 9/27|
|1083||Maryland||Ijamsville||Annette Breiling||Frederick Peace & Justice Network|
|1084||Maryland||Mount Rainier||MJ Park||Little Friends For Peace||Peace Building in Communities event||See what happend in Mount Rainier in Maryland!|
|1085||Maryland||National Harbor||Art Laffin||Dorothy Day Catholic Worker||Please join in a nonviolent vigil and prayer service for peace at the AFA Arms Bazaar on September 20, 2017 from 6:00 – 7:30 PM. This vigil is in solidarity with Campaign Nonviolence which is sponsoring over 1,000 peace and justice events nationwide from September 16-24||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-protest-the-air-force-association-arms-bazaar/|
|1086||Massachusetts||Boston||Ian Harrington||International Day of Peace Boston||For the eighth consecutive year, we will gather on the Boston Common to celebrate the United Nations International Day of Peace. In addition to brief presentations by peaceworkers, we will share music, dance, song, poetry, and stories. The program will end with the reading of a list of recent local victims of violence and will be followed by a walk to the nearby Garden of Peace. 9/24, 2-4pm at Boston Commons|
|1088||Massachusetts||Worcester||Elena Novak||Center for Nonviolent Solutions||Peacemaking in Perilous Times - 9/15: We are honored to have City of Worcester Mayor Joe Petty welcoming all the panelists including nuclear disarmament specialist Paul Walker, special guest US Congressman Jim McGovern, Holy Cross sociology professor Selina Gallo-Cruz, and CNVS education coordinator Claire Schaeffer-Duffy. Former city mayor Joe O’Brien will facilitate.|
Given the current world situation, there is a greater need than ever for creative diplomacy and viable alternatives for peace. Wars abound abroad, and the refugee crisis continues. Here in the US, the intense polarization of our domestic politics, the rise of domestic terrorism, and the near paralysis of our political system indicate that now, more than ever, we need to cultivate empathy and build bridges between left and right within our own country. Similar challenges permeate the local level as Worcester works to reduce youth violence and give our young people the best possible opportunity to grow and thrive.
|See what happened in Worcester!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-peacemaking-in-perilous-times/|
|1089||Michigan||Ann Arbor||Ashley Bates||Conflict and Peace Iniative at U.Mich.||Ann Arbor District Library, 9/20|
5:30 - 7:00 PM CT, Comics as a Social Justice Medium: a lecture by MARCH Illustrator Nate Powell as part of the fall 2017 "Marching Forward" Social Justice events by the University of MI International Institute's Conflict & Peace Initiative
|1090||Michigan||Ann Arbor||Ashley Bates||Conflict and Peace Iniative at U.Mich.||9/21, Michigan Theater, 5:00 - 6:30 PM CT, Galvanizing Social Justice Through Comics: a keynote presentation live-streamed and recorded by authors Congresmman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell|
CHECK OUT THE VIEWING PARTY TO WATCH THE LIVESTREAM FROM ANYWHERE, part of the fall 2017 "Marching Forward" Social Justice events by the University of MI International Institute's Conflict & Peace Initiative
|1091||Michigan||Ann Arbor||Alan Haber||Ann Arbor Peace Week||Sunday September 17 Concert for Peace, “To Turn The Heart.” Music poetry, art and ideas. 11am to 9:30pm, Library Lane Lot, 5th Avenue||http://worldbeyondwar.org/events/787/ann-arbor-peace-week/|
|1092||Michigan||Ann Arbor||Alan Haber||Ann Arbor Peace Week||Thursday September 21, International Day of Peace, Proclamations, High Noon, City Hall. 301 East Huron||https://www.facebook.com/events/1752779158305582/|
|1093||Michigan||Ann Arbor||Alan Haber||Ann Arbor Peace Week||Sunday September 24 Town meeting for Peace, Open air multiple Roundtable discussions on questions of peace, local and global, 11am opening, , 2pm focus. Concluding with Music and dancing into the night, Library Lane Lot, 5th Avenue||http://worldbeyondwar.org/events/787/ann-arbor-peace-week/|
|1094||Michigan||Detroit||Dr. Tierra Bills||Professor, University of Michigan||Action: Prayers for Peace|
|1095||Michigan||Fremont||Newaygo County People for Peace||Newaygo County People for Peace||9/18, 6-8pm - 3R Education with members of the former Newaygo County People for Peace present the Peaceful Earth Celebration. Crafts and games out of recyclables, face painting, a Duckie Drum Race (raffle), a silent auction, an education table are featured to encourage Recycling, Reusing, Reusing our communities.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-peaceful-earth-celebration/|
|1099||Michigan||Grand Rapids||Katie Villaire||Institute for Global Education||- Mayor of Grand Rapids proclaims International Day of Peace Sep 17, 2-3
- Interfaith Service 8th annual, Dominican Center Sep 17, 2-3
- Week of Peace Education Sep 17-22
- No Just War Talk 6-9, Sep 21
- Puerto Rico Day, commemorating Young Lords and neighborhood empowerment Sep 22 at Wealthy Theater Annex.
|1100||Michigan||Lansing||Mary Hanna||Meta Peace Team||PeaceQuest - Violence De-Escalation SKILLS TRAINING|
September 23, 2017, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
San Martin Hall of Cristo Rey Church
|1115||Michigan||Lansing||Terry Link||Peace Quest Greater Lansing||Sunday, September 17, 2017, Event: Opening Peace Quest 2017 Event – “Day of Action”; Event: Join us for Rev. Dr. Robert T. Carlson’s sermon on peace; Event: Join us for Rev. Liz Miller’s sermon on peace; Event: Sermon “On Being a Living Peace Church”
Monday, September 18, 2017, Event: “The Cost of War” by William Hartung; Event: “New Approaches to Reducing Gun Violence in MICHIGAN” A panel discussion with Q&A.
Tuesday, September 19, 2017, Event: Java Cafe’ Global Conversations:On Peace.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017, Event: Story telling about Peace
Thursday, September 21, 2017, Event: “Voices of Faith and Reason”; Event: Vespers for Peace – a service of evening prayers and songs for peace
Friday, September 22, 2017, Event: Join us for Imam Chaudhry’s Friday service sermon
Saturday, September 23, 2017, Event: Nonviolence Training Workshop
Sunday, September 24, 2017, Event: Concert Across America. Event: An interactive presentation entitled “Understanding Islam.”; Event: An interactive presentation entitled “Understanding Islam.” ; Event: Solar Open House
|See what happened in Lansing!||https://peacequestgreaterlansing.org/event-schedule/|
|1116||Michigan||Lexington||Kay Houck||Trinity Episcopal Church||Pray for Peace - 9/21, 7pm at Trinity Episcopal Church|
|1117||Michigan||Newaygo||Women in Black & More||Women in Black, Newaygo County||Gathering around the Peace Pole in Newaygo, MI. 11am, 9/21/17, The International Day of Peace, Celebrating Peace, Love and Joy through words, music, drumming & songs.||See what happened in Newaygo!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-peace-pole-gathering/|
|1123||Minnesota||Lanesboro||Lanesboro Arts||Lanesboro Arts||September 21, “Return of the Sword” presentation & discussion with Amdahl Family
September 21, Art Exhibit opening, “Pictures from a Hiroshima Schoolyard”
September 21, History Exhibit opening, “From War to Reconciliation”
September 22, Reading and presentation, “Sachiko” by Caren Stelson
September 23, Reading and presentation, “Sachiko” by Caren Stelson
September 30, Film Screening, “Pictures from a Hiroshima Schoolyard” and discussion
|1124||Minnesota||Little Falls||Robin Hensel||September 17,2017 from 10 am-2pm, protest against Camp Ripley training of numerous law enforcement officers on all types of crowd control. They train alongside the military to learn techniques of crowd control that are used against protesters and crowd control in the Midwest. Camp Ripley is the largest live-fire bombing military training base in the entire Midwest. This is also the date of the bi-annual Community Appreciation Day(a recruitment/retention taxpayer funded event) so there will be loads of extra traffic into the main gate where our protest will be held. Contact Robin Hensel with questions 320-360-3931 between the hours of 9am and 6pm. 15000 Highway 115, Little Falls, Minnesota 56345||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-camp-ripley-protest/|
|1125||Minnesota||Minneapolis||Sue Ann Martinson||Women Against Military Madness||Never Again! NO NUKES! Walk for Peace
Sunday, September 24, 2017
Lake Harriet Bandshell
|1126||Minnesota||St. Cloud||Ben Ament|
Judah Christian Fellowship
|Two events planned: 1. Peace Activity in Head Start classroom, 2. Prayers for Peace on International Day of Peace|
|1133||Missouri||Hillsboro||Mark Byington||Jefferson College||Sept. 17 and 18th - Ripple of Hope is working on a two-day event partnering with the Archdiocese of St. Louis and the Jewish Cultural Center to host "Life in a Jar" and events surrounding the events of the Holocaust at the end of September.||https://www.jeffco.edu/RippleOfHope#.WY3YkFGGPIV|
|1134||Missouri||Kansas City||Kristie Lenzen|
|1135||Missouri||O'Fallon||Debbie Whited||Sisters of the Most Precious Blood of O'Fallon, Missouri||The Sisters of the Most Precious Blood of O'Fallon invite you to join them and people all around the globe in praying for peace and nonviolence in our world. In observance of the Campaign of Nonviolence week and the International Day of Peace, the Sisters will host an ecumenical prayer service on Wednesday, September 20, at 6:30 p.m. in the St. Joseph Chapel, 204 N. Main St., O'Fallon.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-peace-prayer-service/|
|1136||Missouri||St. Louis||Amina Johnson||Yoga for Peace|
|1137||Montana||Polson||Hester Dillon||Action: Meditations for Peace|
|1139||Nebraska||Omaha||Alternatives to Violence Project|
|1140||Nevada||Lake Tahoe||Sharon Halsey-Hoover||Inscape Ministries||September 20 - Inscape Ministries will present St. Francis of Assisi: Face to Face, a reader's theater style play on the life and teachings of St. Francis of Assisi at St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Lake Tahoe, NV.For more information email Sharon.|
|1141||Nevada||Las Vegas||Julia Occhiogrosso||Las Vegas Catholic Worker||This afternoon workshop offers the tools and insights for unleashing the power and possibility of nonviolent transformation in our lives, our communities, and our society. Using story-telling, exercises, role-plays, small and large group discussions, short presentations and journaling, this workshop explores the spirituality, principles and practices essential to living nonviolence. Join Las Vegas Catholic Worker co-founder Julia Occhiogrosso and Catholic Worker Robert Majors as they bring us this Pace e Bene workshop to strengthen our ability to live a nonviolent life and to create a more nonviolent world during this September 16-24 Week of Campaign Nonviolence.
Presenters: Julia Occhiogrosso and Robert Majors, Date: Friday, September 22nd, Location:Stillpoint Center for Spiritual Development, 8072 W. Sahara Ave., #D, Las Vegas, NV 89117, Time: 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Cost: $15-30 Suggested Donation (Proceeds may be designated for the Catholic Worker and/or Stillpoint)
People Demanding Action
|1143||Nevada||Reno||Sharon Halsey-Hoover||Inscape Ministries||September 18 - Inscape Ministries will present Conversations with Dorothy Day, a one woman play on the life and teachings of Dorothy Day at St. Rose of Lima Women's Ministry, Reno, NV. For more information email Sharon.||See what happened in Reno!|
|1144||Nevada||Reno||Rita Sloan||Diocese of Reno||September 21 - Inscape Ministries will present Thomas Merton and Dorothy Day, Pilgrims and Prophets of Peace, a reader's theater style play on the lives and teachings of Thomas Merton and Dorothy Day for the Diocese of Reno, NV.||See what happened in Reno!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-event-thomas-merton-and-dorothy-day-pilgrims-and-prophets-of-peace/|
|1145||New Hampshire||Contoocook||LR Berger||NH Conference UCC Peace with Justice Advocates|
|1146||New Hampshire||Durham||Connie DiSanto||Univ. NH||Stop Street Harassment // Date: 9/20/2017
Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Johnson Theatre
|1150||New Hampshire||Manchester, Concord, Nashua and Dover||Rally for the Fight for $15|
Manchester, Concord, Nashua and Dover, NH
|1151||New Jersey||Lawrenceville||Martha Andrade-Dousdebes||Church of Saint Ann||On Thursday, September 21, 2017, in the Church of Saint Ann in Lawrenceville, NJ will take place a multifaith Peace Vigil and there will be 10 leaders from different denominations participate If there is anyone who lives in the Princeton area, please join us at 7 PM. This vigil is co-sponsored by the Church of Saint Ann and the Coalition for Peace Action. Any questions please contact Martha||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-lawrenceville-interfaith-peace-vigil/|
|1152||New Jersey||Newark||The Institute for Social Justice||The Institute for Social Justice||150 Years Is Enough Campaign Meeting|
Special Guest: Jim St. Germain, author of "A Stone of Hope"
Mon, Sept 18, 6 PM - 7:30 PM
Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Masons
The Institute for Social Justice seeks to empower urban residents of color to realize and achieve their full potential. Hosting, participating and supporting community events brings us closer to achieving this mission.
|1154||New Jersey||Riverton||Linda Hayes||Two events planned: 1. Peace lesson with grandchildren, 2. Prayers for peace during the CNV week as action|
|1155||New Mexico||Albuquerque||Justin Remer-Thamert||New Mexico Faith Coalition|
|1156||New Mexico||Albuquerque||Anne Morawski||Lutheran Campus Ministry at UNM&CNM||Prayers for Peace|
|1161||New Mexico||Albuquerque||Halima Christy, Susan Schuurman and Sharon Halsey-Hoover||Albuquerque Center for Peace & Justice||The Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice is joining with Campaign Nonviolence NM, Power Through Peace, the UNM Peace Studies Program and the United Nations Association Albuquerque Chapter to put on a three pronged series of events in Albuquerque:|
1) A Forum on Thursday, Sept. 21, 5:30pm to 8pm at the ABQ Center for Peace & Justice, 202 Harvard Dr. SE to talk about the UN International Day of Peace 2017 theme of Together, With Safety, Dignity and Respect for All
2) September 21 at 6:00pm - Trinity House Catholic Worker will host a Peace Liturgy. This will be followed by a pot luck meal. Please join us. 1925 Five Points RD, SW, Albuquerque, NM. For more information please call 505-301-5225
3) Peace Day Block Party on Saturday, Sept. 23 from 3pm to 7pm on Harvard Drive between Central Avenue and Silver Avenue featuring music, poetry, dance, social justice info tables plus a Swap Meet in the Peace Center parking lot.
4) We are inviting all social justice groups in Albuquerque to organize nonviolent actions during Sept. 16-24 that we can help publicize by listing them on the Peace Day events flyer.
|See media report from Albuquerque!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-albuquerque-nm/|
|1162||New Mexico||Albuquerque||Judy Traeger||Center for Action and Contemplation||During the CNV Week of Actions, we are sending out teachings by Richard Rohr on Nonviolence, and including some from John Dear's book, The Nonviolent Life as well as the Vow of Nonviolence John helped create for Pax Christi. During this week we are including a link to the Campaign Nonviolence website and encouraging readers to get involved with Campaign Nonviolence as well as working for nonviolence in all aspects of their lives.||https://cac.org/category/daily-meditations/|
|1163||New Mexico||Albuquerque||Bill Middendorf|
|1164||New Mexico||Santa Fe||Ahni Rocheleau||SCLC NM||The New Mexico Chapter of the SCLC is tentatively planning a Kingian Nonviolence training for September.|
|1165||New York||Buffalo||Tom Casey||Coalition Peace & Nonviolence Advocates||Our 4th annual Peace-Justice-Nonviolence Festival & Walk (PJNV) will be 9/16 from 11 AM to 4 PM. Children are a main theme for our activities. A play based on PJNV will be developed by youth in the morning including the "LifeSavers" from STVC led by "The Anne Frank Project" from Buffalo State College's theater and art department. The children will then present the developed 5 minute play as part of our opening welcome and then lead the Walk.||See what happened in Buffalo!||https://www.buffalopeacefestival.org/|
|1166||New York||New York||Rosemarie Pace||Pax Christi Metro New York||In honor of this important day, PCMNY will host, “Dorothy Day: Communion of Faith and Action in the Pursuit of Peace.” Our speakers will be Martha Hennessy, one of Dorothy Day’s granddaughters and peacemaker in her own right, and Robert Ellsberg, editor-in-chief of Orbis Books, editor of several books on Day, and member of the Advisory Council of the Dorothy Day Guild. Join us at St. Joseph’s Church in Greenwich Village, where Day’s Catholic faith was conceived, on Sunday, September 24th, from 2:30 to 4:30 PM||See what happened in NYC!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-dorothy-day-pursuit-of-peace/|
|1167||New York||New York||Sarah Vitti||WOVEN||This September 21, on International Peace Day, WOVEN, its allies, and citizens of New York City will gather and join hands forming a Circle of Peace around a Church, a Synagogue and a Mosque to symbolize solidarity, unity, and resistance. Please join us. 6-7pm at Samuel Seabury Playground||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-circle-of-peace-nyc/|
|1168||New York||Oneida||Do'an Prajna||Lotus Heart Zen||Cultivating Ahimsä: the spirit of love and kindness in all its forms|
Join Lotus Heart Zen for a special service focused on the practice of Ahimsä (non-harm). We will be practicing chants of peace and compassion, sitting meditation and discussing Ahimsä. September 24th, 10:00am - 12:00pm -- Please RSVP! - Location: 181 Kenwood Ave, Oneida, NY
|See what happened in Oneida!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-cultivating-ahimsa/|
|1169||New York||Rochester||James Murphy||Nazareth College||Bishop McElroy of San Diego is speaking in Rochester on Nationalism vs. the Catholic Vision of the Common Good
September 21, 2017, Forum, Otto Shults Community Center, 7 p.m
|1170||New York||Rochester||James Murphy||Nazareth College||Friday, September 22 at 7 PM at the Nazareth College Forum (Shults Center): Dorothy Day and Mohandas Gandhi: The Legacy of Our Nonviolent Grandparents. A discussion between Martha and Kate Hennessy (granddaughters of Dorothy Day) and Arun Gandhi (grandson of Mohandas Gandhi) about their peace-making grandparents..||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-dorothy-day-and-gandhis-legacy/|
|1171||New York||Rochester||James Murphy||St. Joseph's House of Hospitality||Saturday, September 23rd at 6:00 PM at St. Joseph’s House of Hospitality (402 South Ave): Roundtable Discussion with Kate Hennessy on her book:
“Dorothy Day: The World Will Be Saved by Beauty: An Intimate Portrait of My Grandmother”
Join Dorothy Day's granddaughter, Kate Hennessy, as she discusses her famous grandmother. Her memories give a new and refreshing view of the co-founder of the Catholic Worker movement, a woman mentioned by Pope Francis in his visit to the US Congress and now under consideration for Roman Catholic canonization.
|1172||New York||St Regis Falls||Sue Breen|
|1173||North Carolina||Asheville||Rachael Bliss||WNC 4 Peace||See what happened in Asheville|
|1174||North Carolina||Garner||Patrick O'Neill||Catholic Worker|
|1175||North Carolina||Greensboro||Lora Farlow|
Unified Peace Greensboro
|Sunday September 24, 2017, 12:30-1:30pm - Rise for Syria. Rise for Peace.|
This synchronized prayer and meditation is dedicated to healing in Syria---and to support the rise of peace and healing within us all and our world. Bring your open hearts and a blanket and we will send a collective healing wave of Love and Peace to Syria and to all in need. Join us on the lawn...Syria and the world need us to rise in peace.
|See what happened in Greensboro!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-rise-for-syria-rise-for-peace/|
|1187||North Carolina||Raleigh||Sue Woodling||Campaign Nonviolence NC||2017 Campaign Nonviolence NC Week Events|
Friday Sept 15th-Common Grounds Coffee House at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
Sunday Sept 17th-Peace Begins When The Hungry Are Fed by doing Bread for the World Offering of Letter writing at local churches
Monday Sept 18th
1)Restorative Justice Workshop by Jon Powell at Campbell Law School
2)Middle East Book Group—at Quail Ridge Book Store
Tuesday Sept 19th 3rd Tuesday Monthly Event at Highland Methodist will offer a workshop on Affordable Housing
Wednesday Sept 20th
1)Talk on Environmental Issues by Veronica Biting, Reginal Director of Power Up at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
2)Peace related talk at Pullen Baptist Church
3)Peace Picnic for youth at Community United Church of Christ
Thursday Sept 21st-International Day of Peace
1) Prayer Vigil at Sacred Heart Cathedral. In addition to the vigil, it will
2) Lift up letter signed by faith leaders to Trump regarding nuclear Weapons
3) Lift up offering of letters written to Senators and Representatives from Bread for the World Sunday
Friday Sept 22nd
1) NC Peace Action Awards Dinner at Highland Methodist Church
|See what happened in Raleigh!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-actions-raleigh-nc/|
|1188||North Carolina||Timberlake||Susan Jacques||Mt. Tirzah United Methodist Church||September 20 at 6:15 PM - Join neighbors and friends on the hill at Mt. Tirzah church for a peace-walk around the hill, ending with a time of silence and prayer for peace for our world, our nation, our state, and our community, followed by light snacks and time to get to know each other better.|
|1189||North Dakota||Fargo||Cathy Schwinden||Pax Christi Fargo-Moorhead||Throughout the week of actions classroom groups of children at Nativity Catholic School will learn about the history of the peace pole and of our peace pole, will offer suggestions on how they can be peacemakers, and will pray for the children of the world who long for peace.||See what happened in Fargo!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-prayer-at-the-peace-pole/|
|1191||Ohio||Akron||Amy McFrederick||Dominican Sisters of Peace||9/21 6:30pm-7:30pm - An Interfaith prayer featuring participants from the Baha’i, Christian, Hindu, and Islamic Faith Communities. It will end with a silent peace walk.||See what happened in Akron!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-akron-oh-day-of-peace-interfaith-prayer-service/|
|1194||Ohio||Cincinnati||Andrea Koverman||Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center||3 Events: Sept. 20, public event to launch "Nonviolent Cincinnati" with Rev. John Dear as speaker, sponsored by Intercommunity center for justice and peace.
Before hand, reception for local leaders and supporters and politicians, with John Dear.
Next day, organizing meeting with John Dear, all local leaders, supporters and city council members.
|See what happened in Cincinnati!||http://ijpccincinnati.org/featured/pursuing-peace-cincinnati-nonviolent-cincinnati/|
|1195||Ohio||Cincinnati||Tikkun Farm||Tikkun Farm||Breakfast with Paul K. Chappel, Director of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation with a passionate commitment to waging peace, ending war, the art of living, and what it means to be human. Author of six books||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-a-new-paradigm-our-human-needs-and-the-tangles-of-trauma/|
|1230||Ohio||Dayton||Fred Arment||PeaceDayton Events||At least 34 events being planned|
|1392||Ohio||Dayton||Fred Arment||International Cities of Peace||162 events being planned||http://www.internationalcitiesofpeace.org/programs/peace-day/|
|1393||Ohio||Galion||Marge Carnahan||Project Peace Tiffin|
|1397||Ohio||Oberlin||Megan Cox||Oberlin College and Oberlin Friendship Circle||Four events taking place on 9/21 - A talk on how to put peace into practice, pinwheels for peace, and a nonviolence display||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-day-of-peace-in-oberlin-oh/|
|1398||Ohio||Rocky River||Jean Kosmac||West Shore UU Church||9/19/17 4pm - 6pm - Vigil to observe The International Day of Peace. We will hold signs along the road during rush hour.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-imagine-nonviolence/|
|1400||Ohio||Springfield||Peggy Hanna||Peace Alliance|
|1401||Ohio||Terrace Park||Patti Normile||Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 6-7 p.m., GATHERING AT THE GAZEBO ON THE VILLAGE GREEN, Terrace Park, Ohio
This is to be a quiet time of thanksgiving for peace where it exists in a troubled world, a time to advocate for active non-violence in the face of hatred and violence around the globe. NON-POLITICAL.
Area churches -- including St. Thomas Episcopal, Armstrong Chapel Methodist Church, St. Andrew's Roman Catholic, Milford First Methodist -- will be invited as well as all community members. People are invited to bring flowers to lay in remembrance of those who have died due to violence. Some music may be provided.
|1402||Ohio||Tiffin||Paulette Schroeder||Project Peace||See what happened in Tiffin!|
|1403||Oklahoma||Norman||Vicki Walden||United Church of Norman UCC and Norman Peace and Justice Center|
|1404||Oklahoma||Oklahoma City||Bob Waldrop||Oscar Romero Catholic Worker|
|1405||Oklahoma||Oklahoma City||Carmen Clay||Casady School||11 Days of Global Unity Observance with chapel speakers and activities during the school day. We are also collaborating with Oklahoma Centennial High School 9/11 Service Day and Stanley Hupfeld Elementary Positive Directions Mentoring Program. On 9/21 all divisions will have an observance of the day during chapel times||See what happened in Oklahoma City!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-peace-week-2017-okc-ok/|
|1416||Oregon||Ashland||David Wick||Ashland Culture of Peace Commission||Eleven Days for Peace|
September 11-21, 2017
Daytime Conversations: Eleven Ways to Cultivate Compassion
11:00 AM - 12:00 noon, Ashland Culture of Peace Commission Office, 33 1st St. Suite 1, Ashland, OR.
Evening Activities: Eleven Ways to Engage Community
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM, Ashland Elk's Lodge #944, Will Dodge Way, Ashland, OR.
|1417||Oregon||Bend||Betsy Lamb||Trinity Episcopal Peace and Social Justice Team||CNV Action: Welcoming Vigil in Bend, Oregon
9/22/17, 5-6pm, at Bend’s “Peace Corner”
Bring signs reflecting our being a welcoming community for all!
|1418||Oregon||Beaverton||Mary Ryan-Hotchkiss||Spirit of Grace||"We are a welcoming community" will be an Ecumenical Candlelight Vigil at the City Park on Hall St across from the Beaverton Library, 12375 SW 5th Street Beaverton, OR, 6 to 7:30PM, Weds. September 20.
Join us in proclaiming that all are welcome in our community – immigrants, refugees, Muslims, LGBTQ, the hungry and houseless, everyone! We will hold signs representing the various groups and services available especially to immigrants and refugees, the hungry and houseless in the Washington County area, and march singing to the Peace Pole at the nearby Bethel UCC.
|See what happened in Beaverton!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-candlelight-vigil-in-beaverton/|
|1419||Oregon||Corvallis||Sharyn Clough||Nuclear Age Peace Foundation||Lecture by Paul K. Chappell, 7 PM, Sunday, September 10, 2017.
C & E Hall, LaSells Stewart Center, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon
|1421||Oregon||Corvallis||Elizabeth Nielsen||Tuesday, Sept 19th, at NOON in the Board Meeting Room (on 5th Street).
The Benton County Board of Commissioners will proclaim September 21, 2017 as International Day of Peace in Benton County. You can support this proclamation by your presence and/or by speaking in support of the proclamation during the public comment period. Please join us!
Thursday, Sept 21st, at 7 pm at the Darkside (on 4th Street).
Rooted in Peace, a documentary celebrating the International Day of Peace will be shown one night only. The short blurb for the film is: "Take notice of the world we live in, proactively seek ways to find personal and ecological peace, and stop the cycle of violence." You can learn more about the film here: http://rootedinpeace.com/
|1422||Oregon||Hillsboro||Eileen Sleva||Holy Trinity Social Justice|
|1424||Oregon||Portland||Presbyterians for Earth Care||Presbyterians for Earth Care||Justice and Healing for our Watershed|
Presbyterians for Earth Care National Conference, Blessing the Waters of Life
|1425||Oregon||Salem||Peter Bergel||Oregon PeaceWorks||9/27 - Preventing Communal Violence in our Communities. The goal of this session is to come up with a plan of action for reducing violence in our community. You are cordially invited to participate in this session, which follows up on the introductory forum held July 19 at Temple Beth Sholom. Please join us again as we "get down to brass tacks" to address racially and religiously targeted violence in Salem. There is no charge.||See what happened in Salem!||https://www.facebook.com/events/268254340345406/|
|1426||Pennsylvania||Allentown||Jeffrey Brightbill||Veterans For Peace||Lehigh Valley Veterans For Peace will be observing the International Day of Peace, on Thursday, September 21, 2017, from 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. with a public walk in downtown Allentown, Pennsylvania. The one and a half mile loop walk in center city will visit various center city locations. The walk will start at Zion's Reformed UCC Church, 620 Hamilton St., Allentown, at 11:00 A.M. At the stops there will be readings and at 12:00 Noon, walkers will observe a minute of silent meditation or prayer. Handouts will be distributed to the public. All walker are asked to bring signs and placard in support of the observance of this day. The public is invited to participate in a portion of the walk or its entirety. There will be banners, flags and baby blue helium filled balloons for the walkers to increase visibility and in solidarity with the international peace movement.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-lehigh-valley-vfp-peace-day-walk/|
|1427||Pennsylvania||Bethlehem||LEPOCO Peace Center||LEPOCO Peace Center||Peace Vigil
"We're bombing Syria and Iraq. We're assisting with the bombing of Yemen. We're threatening Korea. And, POTUS wants to add $54 billion to the already bloated military budget! Please join the vigil to say, "ENOUGH!"
LEPOCO Peace Center
|1428||Pennsylvania||Erie||Anne McCarthy, osb and Janice Etchison||Benedictines for Peace||September 21, 7:00pm - 7:30 pm. East Avenue Boat Launch, foot of East Avenue, Erie PA
We will gather for a brief prayer and then walk slowly for 20 minutes in silence for peace beginning by the water of Presque Isle Bay. We will walk single file past the Erie COKE plant, a major illegal emitter of benzene and other poisons into the air. The area is a residential neighborhood and in close proximity to 4 schools. Silent Peace Walks promote inner peace which does away with fear, divisions and hatred and brings about peace and unity in the world. Inner peace is the foundation for constructive nonviolent action.
|See what happened in Erie, PA!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-silent-peace-walk/|
|1429||Pennsylvania||Horsham||Robert Smith||Brandywine Peace Community||Sept. 30 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm|
Protest the drone war command center at Horsham Air Guard Station. Also recurring last Saturday of each month
|1430||Pennsylvania||Huntingdon||Claire Holzner||Vegetarian and Vegan Association||9/16 - Meditate for peace and join a discussion — how do we create peace in our lives and our society? At the Juniata College Peace Chapel (circle of stones).||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-peace-meditation-and-discussion/|
|1431||Pennsylvania||Lancaster||Brad Wolf||A day in the town park for peace & nonviolence - 1,000 people are expected to join the Peace Fest in Binns Park in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, on Sunday, Sept. 24, with four bands and speakers, including the Rev. John Dear.||See what happened in Lancaster!|
|1450||Pennsylvania||Philadelphia||Lisa Parker||Peace Day Philly||Peace Day Philly currently has 19 events so far from Sept 17-23. See current plans here: www.peacedayphilly.org/events||http://www.peacedayphilly.org/events/|
|1455||Rhode Island||Kingston||Paul Bueno de Mesquita||Center for Nonviolence & Peace Studies at University of Rhode Island||Our Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies will be holding a week of activities and programs as usual before during and after International Day of Peace 9/21. Five actions currently planned: |
• 18-22 - Mystical Arts of Tibet Mandala Sand Painting, URI Union Lounge
• 21, 10-3 - URI Peace Day on Quad (International Day of Peace)
• 21, 1PM Human Peace Sign on Quad with aerial photo
* 21, 7PM - Candlelight Vigil on Quad
|1456||South Carolina||Cayce||Carolyn Townes||US Secular Franciscan Order|
|1457||South Carolina||Columbia||Contact||Carolina Peace Resource Center||Join us for the 3rd Annual Peace Day at the Statehouse, a festival style gathering in honor of the International Day of Peace on the SC Statehouse grounds. Sunday, September 17 at 1 PM - 4 PM EDT|
|1458||South Dakota||Sioux Falls||Rev. Dr. Steven Trefz||Sioux Falls Seminary||Prayers for Peace on the International Day of Peace|
|1467||Tennesee||Memphis||Janice Vanderhaar and Monica Juma||CNV Promoter||1. Evening with Swamiji, renown Hindu Leader from the Viswayogi Foundation, India. He is known for his vision for unity among faiths and call for peace. Thursday September 14th at 7pm, Freedom's Chapel, 961 Getwell Rd, Memphis.|
2. Peace Labyrinth Walk Led by Swamiji and Various Faith Leaders from Memphis. Saturday, Sept 16th at 11 am, Unity Church of Christian Practicality, 9228 Walnut Grove Rd.
3. Third Annual Interfaith Peace and Justice Vigil at the National Civil Rights Museum on Sunday, September 17th from 3-5pm, where community leaders will speak about their vision and work to create a Nonviolent Memphis and world. Attendees include Rev. Roy Nichols, Black Lives Matter,MIFA,Swamiji from India,several faith communities
4. The Sound of Peace - Meditation with Music and Mantra with an Opening Talk by Rinpoche, Thursday September 21st from 7-8:30pm at Pema Karpo Meditation Center, 3921 Frayser-Raleigh Rd.
5. Campaign Nonviolence Memphis participants will stand as witness to Nonviolence as a way of life at intersections across the city on Friday, Sept 22nd from 5-6pm.
6. Meditating with the Blue Turtle – a sensory enhanced meditation experience. Music, ocean sounds, and shifting lights used to create a relaxing and peaceful environment on Friday September 22nd, 6-7pm at Pema Karpo Meditaiton Center 3921 Frayser-Raleigh Rd.
7. Sept 23, Saturday, 12pm “Drum Circle with Memphis Drum Tribe” - Location: Overton Park
8. Heightened Five Senses Party Saturday 7 -10 PM at Pema Karpo Meditation Center. A Party Mix of Ancient Wisdom Techniques with Modern Stuff. Includes: Music, Conversation, Discussion, Snacks and Fizzy H2O. Could be time and space for some yoga and mindful dancing too. Rinpoche will lead the heightening senses section and discussion.
|See what happened in Memphis!|
|1469||Tennesee||Summertown||Elizabeth Barger||PeaceRoots Alliance/CodePink|
|1470||Texas||Dallas||Vanna Ngo||Peace is Possible||Peace Is Possible is holding our Fourth Annual Peace Day NTX Festival for Thursday, September 21 at Klyde Warren Park, Dallas, TX (5PM - 10PM). Additional information can be found at www.rockthepeace.org||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-peace-day-ntx-music-festival/|
|1472||Texas||Dallas||Dallas Peace and Justice Center||Dallas Peace and Justice Center||Rooted in Peace Film, 6 p.m. Bar Reception, 7 p.m. Screening - Tue. Sept. 19th , Magnolia Theater |
Also at 7 p.m. Thursday, September 21st, 2017, Blue Wall Dallas Issues Series Presents: "Endless War and Militarization of the American Police" with speaker Hadi Jawad - Human Rights and Justice Co-Chair
|1474||Texas||Houston||Jerry Maynard||Campaign Nonviolence-Houston||Sept. 22, 7 PM - 10 PM CDT - Share Your Peace: Creatives Resist|
Sept. 23, 6 PM - 9 PM CDT - NO Borders: Film Screening
|1475||Texas||San Antonio||Sr. Martha Ann Kirk||Liturgical Outreach of the University of the Incarnate Word|
|1476||Texas||San Antonio||Lisa Epstein||Moms Demand Action|
|1477||Texas||San Antonio||Susan Ives||PeaceCENTER||September 21, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm at CIELO Garden, House of Prayer Lutheran Church.
Wherever you are, whomever you are . . . you are invited to converge at the CIELO Gardens at House of Prayer Lutheran Church on Thursday, September 21 from 6:00-8:00 pm for an INTERFAITH celebration of the Golden Rule and San Antonio becoming a COMPASSIONATE CITY! Carpool from your faith community, ride the bus, walk, bike, hop, skip, jump -- we want to have you with us on this day! We're still working out the details but we promise you food (can you bring some to share?) and fun and meaningful activities for all ages.
|1480||Utah||Salt Lake City||Deb Sawyer and Catherine Kreuter||Gandhi Alliance for Peace and Utah Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons||Saturday, September 23, 2017-INFORMATION BOOTH at the FALL FARMERS MARKET- to be shared by Gandhi Alliance for Peace AND Utah Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.|
Sunday, September 24, 2017, 2 pm to 6 pm-BAN THE BOMB AND BEAT THE DRUMS!-Rice Pavilion, Liberty Park.
Sunday, October 1, 2017-GANDHI BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION-Tracy Aviary Amphitheater, Liberty Park.
|Read about what happened in SLC!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-actions-salt-lake-cityut/|
|1481||Utah||Saratoga Springs||John Marshall|
|1482||Vermont||Bennington||Maryann St. John||Greater Bennington Peace & Justice Center||9/21 at 5:30pm - In coordination with the worldwide International Day of Peace, members of the Greater Bennington Peace & Justice Center will assemble to read personally selected passages pertaining to peace-making.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-wield-the-power-of-peacemaking/|
|1483||Vermont||Burlington||Maeve McBride||First UU Society of Burlington||9/20, 5:15pm - Join us for songs, followed by a silent vigil.|
Inspired by the Moral Monday movement, we stand vigil each week to resist oppression & renew our spirits. The First UU Society of Burlington is a welcoming faith community with the core values of love, service, openness and respect. Our mission is to inspire spiritual growth, care for each other & our community, seek truth, & act for justice.
|1485||Vermont||Burlington||Rachel Siegel||Peace & Justice Center||2 Events planned: We have a couple of workshops. One is Mindfulness for Activists and the other is Nonviolence 101.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-mindfulness-for-activists/2017-09-28/|
|1486||Vermont||Colchester||Allison Devery||Counterpoint||Vermont Sings for Peace - Sat Sept 23, 2017, 8:00 pm, The Chapel of St. Michael the Archangel, Colchester, VT|
This year’s celebration of singing and peace includes Bella Voce, Maple Jam, Monteverdi Young Singers, Robert de Cormier & Friends, Social Band, Vermont Choral Union, and your host group – Counterpoint. Each choir will sing moving repertory focused on peace and social justice from the classical, jazz, and folk genres, and all will join together for favorites “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?”, “We Shall Overcome,” and “Dona Nobis Pacem.” The audience will have a chance to sing along too!
|1488||Vermont||Manchester||Steve Berry||Global Meetinghouse||2 Events planned|
|1493||Vermont||Manchester||Glen Cratty||Vermont Peace and Justice Ctr/Saratoga Peace Alliance||Five actions being planned. |
Candlelight Procession in Manchester Thursday, September 21, 6:30pm
Gather with Jack’s Group at 6:30pm to be part of a silent, candlelight procession mourning what has been lost since the 2016 election followed by a joyful celebration giving thanks for what is good. Bring lights, candles and signs of mourning and celebration and symbols of peace.
The group will meet at 6:30pm at the Manchester Town Green, Route 7 and Center Hill, commit to nonviolent peaceful action, and proceed along Main Street to Factory Point Park. Each person will carry a sign or symbol conveying their most deeply felt loss. At Factory Point Park there will be a short ceremony with music.
The return procession to the Green will be a noisy, joyful celebration of what we are most thankful for.
|See what happened in Manchester, VT!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-actioncandlelight-procession-manchester-vt/|
|1494||Vermont||Montpelier||Youth Lobby VT||Youth Lobby VT||9/17, Montpelier High School - 11:30 AM|
Race Against Racism, a youth-led inclusive community running event that brings together social justice and athletics
|1495||Vermont||White River Jct.||Patty Goodman||Upper Valley Zen Center|
|1496||Vermont||White River Jct.||Deep Change||Deep Change: Healing Ourselves, Healing Our World|
White River Junction, VT
|1497||Vermont||Winooski||Sr. Pat McKittrick, RN||City of Winooski and Winooski Peace Initiative||Please join us and the rest of the world in recognizing the International Day of Peace and its theme of respect,safety and dignity for all. Rotary Park at 7pm on Thursday the 21st. Bring candles or glow sticks. Brought to you by the City of Winooski and the Winooski Peace Initiative.
Join with all members of our community. There will be a few brief remarks by our Mayor Seth Leonard.
|1498||Virginia||Reston||Louisa Davis||The Sustainable Activist|
|1500||Virginia||Roanoke||Joan Wages||Roanoke Catholic Worker Community|
|1501||Washington||Bellingham||Mary Mele||Whatcom Pax Christi||Parishioners at Church of the Assumption in Bellingham, Washington are being invited to take the Pax Christi vow of nonviolence.||Three dozen people took the Pax Christi vow of nonviolence during Mass at the Church of the Assumption. It was the largest number of people to make a public witness in Bellingham since Campaign Nonviolence began. About 300-400 parishioners witnessed the vow and were invited to join in.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/vow-of-nonviolence-in-bellingham/|
|1502||Washington||Olympia||Bernie Meyer||Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action||9/19 Join Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action in a legal vigil at the Bangor Base as workers enter the gate. (Join us at a potluck dinner, movie and sleepover starting at 6pm Monday the 18th, or arrive at Ground Zero by 5:45 am on Tuesday morning.)||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-vigil-at-trident-sub-base-bangor/|
|1503||Washington||Seattle||Ron Stief||National Religious Campaign Against Torture||9/26, 7-9pm - Panel discussion on the "Moral and Political Obligation to Resist Torture."||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-the-moral-and-political-obligation-to-resist-torture/|
|1504||Washington||Seattle||Dennis Duffell||Pax Christi Northwest||Nonviolence Workshop with Ken Butigan 9/16||See what happened in Seattle, WA||http://www.paceebene.org/event/nonviolence-talk-and-training/|
|1505||Washington||Seattle||Glen Gersmehl||Lutheran Peace Fellowship||Sunday Sept. 24th, 12:30pm - 1:15pm - We'll gather, introduce ourselves, and begin with a brief sharing of peacemaking hopes and experiences (1-2 min each). We’ll agree on where we'll vigil (Cal Anderson Park, Broadway, 12th Ave., Pine...), and choose signs and handouts. All are welcome to join us. We'll meet in the lobby of the Parish Hall at Central Lutheran Church, 1710 11th Ave, Seattle (just north of Olive St.).||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-seattle-peace-vigil/|
|1506||Washington||Seattle||Mary Hanson||Seattle FOR||Seattle Fellowship of Reconciliation presents a talk and discussion led by Dick Blakney entitled "U.S., North Korea, and Nuclear Weapons: Threats and Counter-Threats" on Sunday, September 17, 2017, 6:30-8:30 p.m., at Woodland Park Presbyterian Church, 225 N. 70th St., Seattle.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-us-n-korea-nuclear-crisis/|
|1507||Washington||Seattle||Peacemaking Circles||Peacemaking Circles||Peacemaking Circles Restorative Practice Fostering Racial Equity in Schools - An Institute for Educators
Sept 22 - 23, 9 AM - 4:30 PM
|1508||Washington||Spokane||Anne Bosserman, SNJM||Pax Christi Spokane||World Peace Flag Ceremony - Co-sponsors Pax Christi Spokane, One Peace Many Paths, and Gonzaga University's Institute for Hate Studies on Thursday September 21 at 7:30 pm at GU's Hemmingson Center will have a moving ceremony of all of the countries of the world, with the Neema African Refugee Children's Choir performing.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-world-peace-flag-ceremony/|
Rev. Taylor Gould
|Action: A Sermon on Peace|
|1510||West Virginia||Spencer||Vivian Stockman||Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition|
|1511||Wisconsin||Baraboo||CaSandra May||One Heart, Inc.||9/23 - 10:30am - 2pm. The peace event will begin with a walk from the First United Church of Christ to the Baraboo Courthouse and square. Various organizations will have tables of information set-up regarding the good works that they offer and provide for the community. Throughout the day, there will be performances by two bands, two kids dance teams, a children's choir, a peace play and informed speakers addressing the issues of peace and nonviolence, climate crisis and poverty/homelessness in our area.||See what happened in Baraboo!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-peace-grows-nurturing-a-culture-of-peace/|
|1512||Wisconsin||Elm Grove||Tim Dewane||School Sisters of Notre Dame||Public Prayer for Peace||See what happened in Elm Grove!|
|1513||Wisconsin||Fond du Lac||Pax Christi Fond du Lac||Pax Christi Fond du Lac||Prayer for Peace and NonViolence - A Pax Christi group's prayer service for the sisters and employees at the Motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Agnes. 9/13||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-prayer-for-peace-and-nonviolence/|
|1514||Wisconsin||Madison||Joy First||National Campaign for Nonviolent Resistance|
|1515||Wisconsin||Madison||Michael S Goodman||IWW|
|1516||Wisconsin||Milwaukee||Sr. Dusty Farnan, OP||School Sisters of St. Francis|
|1517||Wisconsin||Whitewater||Lynn Shoemaker||Credo and 350Madison|
|1518||Wyoming||Casper||Dee Lundberg||Campaign Nonviolence-Wyoming||9/17, The Casper gathering will include Blessing of the Day, messages from local neighbors, drumming, kirtan, kids activities and some Vizcochos from our Hispanic neighbors at the Bart Rea Learning Circle, 1-2:30pm. Please bring a can of Chef Boyardee or a box of cereal to support our local neighbor, Wyoming Food for Thought. This will help support children in our community in weekend food bags.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-casper-wy-international-day-of-peace/|
|1519||Wyoming||Jackson||Neesha Zollinger||Akasha Yoga Studio||24 yoga and meditation classes for peace taking place during the Sept week of actions|
|1520||Wyoming||Jackson||Daniela Botur and Lindsay Shaw||Lotus Vibes||5 yoga and meditation classes for peace taking place during the week of actions|
|1530||Afghanistan||Kabul||Asif Ulfat||We will be doing probably more than 10 events for peace and especially in the field of nonviolence|
|1535||Afghanistan||Sherri Maurin||Campaign Nonviolence Afghanistan||Campaign Nonviolence Afghanistan||Youth on the Road to Peace Conference - Campaign Nonviolence Afghanistan will be hosting the first known conference of expanding humanity through peace and nonviolence, for participants of all 34 provinces. Attendees are expected to include Hazaras, Tajiks, Pashtuns, Uzbeks and other cultural groups within Afghanistan. Both men and women will be welcomed.|
The conference will be held from the 18th to the 21st of September 2017, as part of International Peace Day week . It will focus on building relationships among participants for the implementation of practices to promote environmental sustainability, equality, nonviolence and the abolition of war.
The final major event will be the Global Days of Listening, a three hour conversation which is hosted on the 21st of each month, by the Afghan Peace Volunteers. Martin Sheen, who has participated in nonviolent actions all over the United States and has inspired activists globally, will join the conversation. Friends and supporters from across the world, who share our commitment to nonviolence, are invited to join. Please go to globaldaysoflistening.com to find a link to listen in, or to send a message to sign up for a short time to speak!
|1538||Australia||Parkville, VIC||Samantha Dieckmann||Univ. of Melbourne
Center for Theology and Ministry
|September 21-22, 2017- Peace, Empathy and Conciliation through Music: A Collaboratory. This event will bring together researchers, practitioners (musicians including performers, community musicians, music educators, music therapists; community development workers; social service workers; arts organisation delegates), and arts and community policymakers to share ideas around the ways that music is used to develop peace, empathy and conciliation. We invite local, national and international researchers and practitioners to attend, and hope that the symposium will produce thought-provoking discussion and fruitful partnerships between industry, community and education sectors.||http://www.historyofemotions.org.au/events/peace-empathy-and-conciliation-through-music-a-collaboratory/?page=2|
|1541||Australia||Melbourne||IPAN||The Independent and Peaceful Australia Network||IPAN National Conference 2017 - September 8th - 10th, War, Peace & Independence:Keep Australia out of US Wars|
|1542||Cameroon||Yaounde||Kungaba Fongoh Leonel||Cameroon Active Youth Association||See what happened in Cameroon!|
|1543||Canada||Edmonton||Colleen Ring||Mahatma Gandhi Canadian Foundation for World Peace||9/21, 12pm - 1pm, We will be joining with individuals and communities all over the world in celebrating the International Day of Peace. We hope you will join us at City Hall at noon for some inspiring presenters and performers including acclaimed musician – Martin Kerr, Edmonton’s poet laureate – Ahmed “Knowmadic” Ali, and violinist & Syrian refugee Roy Abdalnour.||See what happened in Edmonton!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-actionedmontons-international-day-of-peace-celebration/|
|1544||Canada||Kelowna, BC||Pamela Kemp||Global Catholic Climate Movement||St. Charles Garnier Catholic Parish is holding an outdoor Stations of the Cross in Light of Laudato Si', Pope Francis' encyclical on the environment. We'll meet on Sunday, Sept. 24 at 6:00 P.M. in the parking lot behind the church and visit stations in the nearby woods, while reflecting on how care of our common home reflects both the nonviolent Gospel and how we interact with one another.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-outdoor-stations-of-the-cross-in-light-of-laudato-si/|
|1548||Canada||Victoriaville, Quebec||Festival of the Peace of Victoriaville||Festival of the Peace of Victoriaville||9/21-9/24: The main objective of this event is to promote various ways to create peace in itself, in the couple, the family, society and in our environment through artistic, educational and fun activities for all in a festive atmosphere. During these 4 days, the population is invited to experiment these tools in order to allow a better integration of these in their daily life.||http://festivaldelapaix.ca/?lang=fr|
|1549||Canada||Brockville, Ontario||Catherine Cavanagh||St Mary CHS||The St Mary Catholic High School Justice League (social justice club) will be hosting a postcard signing campaign to raise awareness in the school and pressure the Canadian government into increasing actions and financial support for women and women's organizations who work for peace. The postcards have been supplied by Development and Peace (Caritas Canada).||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-postcard-campaign/|
|1550||Canada||Toronto, ON||Robert Holmes||Pax Christi Toronto||On Saturday 23 September starting at 1 pm – celebrating the International Day of Peace, Pax Christi Toronto, Christian Peacemaker Teams, Camp Micah:Leadership in Peace & Justice, in coordination with Campaign Nonviolence, we will hold a Blue Scarf Walk for Peace in Toronto stating at the Peace Garden at City Hall and stopping a significant locations to reflect on nuclear disarmament, demilitarization, respect for the Earth, white poppies and reconciliation with First Nations.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-blue-scarf-peace-walk/|
|1551||Canada||Winnipeg, MB||René Fontaine||St.Boniface Cathedral Meditation Community||9/18 - Meditation for Peace||See what happened in Winnipeg!|
|1552||France||Nationwide||Sep 23 – Everywhere in France – March for Peace September 23!||https://www.mvtpaix.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Appel_marche_anglais.pdf|
|1553||Germany||Bremen||Steve Windels||Gustav-Heinemann-Burgerhaus Vegesack||Painting for Peace (an international event promoting intercultural exchange and peace)|
|1555||Germany||Kaiserslautern||Gara Spiegelhauer||STOPP RAMSTEIN||From Sunday, September 3 to Sunday September 10 there will be a Peace Camp near the American army base in Ramstein. On Saturday, September 9 STOPP RAMSTEIN will stage a human chain from Kaiserlautern to the base to protest the role||http://worldbeyondwar.org/events/572/sept-3-10-stop-ramstein-peace-camp-and-human-chain/|
|1559||India||Chandigarh||Yuvsatta||Yuvsatta||YUVSATTA.org sponsors the Global Youth Peace Festival in Chandigarh India from Sept 29 to Oct 2, with 250 or more participants from 30 to 40 nations. Bernie Meyer, known as American Gandhi, will present the Campaign for Nonviolence during the Festival. Bernie has participated in the Festival for the last seven years, bringing Gandhi's message and his application of Gandhi's message. Bernie has participated in Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action for the last 40 years to challenge the existence of the first strike Trident submarine weapon system.||http://www.peacefestindia.in/|
|1595||Iraq||Iraqi Kurdistan||Sarah Thompson||Christian Peacmakers Teams||36 peace actions and events that are taking place from Sept 10-23 in Iraqi Kurdistan||See what happened in Iraq!||https://www.cpt.org/participate/delegation/schedule|
|1596||Kenya||Nairobi||Isaac Omondi||SOON Readers' Club No.11243||See what happened in Nairobi!|
|1597||Liberia||Nimba County||Janet Keneah||Youth Action Liberia||See what happened in Liberia!|
|1598||Netherlands||Nina Koevoets||Towards a Nonviolent World||Nonviolence Workshop - September 15-23, 2017 in The NetherlandsTowards a Nonviolent World’s Learning Peace is a program for youth workers to acquire knowledge, insights and professional skills in nonviolent conflict transformation and peacebuilding, by non-formal participatory learning processes. The ‘power’ of this training is that it both explores violence (the problems) and nonviolence (many creative solutions).||https://towardsanonviolentworld.org/tonowo-learning-peace-2017/|
|1599||Nigeria||Benin City||Kelly Omokaro Osunbor||Faculty of Peace||9/21 - Culture of Excellence “This is the way, walk in it” - It is a conference for the youths in Edo State Nigeria and other neighboring states that might be interested to come together and learn first hand the benefits of the culture of excellence, the use of peaceful dialogue as a way of resolving issues rather than violence.||See what happened in Benin City!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-culture-of-excellence-in-nigeria/|
|1600||Nigeria||Rivers State||Alec Billy||Nonviolent Network||We are planning to organise a Re-orientation and Round Table discourses with over 1000 youths starting with one LGA.
Topics to be addressed such as; Re-building the Peace, Useful Application of Energy and İntellect, Consequences of İndividual Stagnation on Society and Dangers of Depending on Crime for Livelihood.
|1601||Sierra Leone||Bo City||Children and Youth for Peace Agency - Sierra Leone (CYPA-SL)|
|1602||Switzerland||Basel||Contact||https://www.events-swiss-ippnw.org/||Sept 14-17, Congress : Human Rights, Future Generations & Crimes in Nuclear Age||https://www.events-swiss-ippnw.org/program/|
Trinidad and Tobago
|Cunupia||Margaret Johnston||The Franciscan Institute|
|1607||United Kingdom||London||Stop The Arms Fair||Stop The Arms Fair||Sep 4-11 – London, UK – Let’s Stop The Arms Fair||https://www.stopthearmsfair.org.uk/war-repression-and-injustice-start-here-lets-stop-them-here/|
|1608||United Kingdom||York||University of York||University of York||Sep 3-7 – University of York, UK: 2017 International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War World Congress in the UK||https://peaceandhealthblog.com/2017-world-congress/|
|CNV Action Count Total = 1608||STATE||CITY||SEE WHAT HAPPENED: LINK TO ACTION PHOTOS AND STORIES WHEN AVAILABLE||LINK TO ADDITIONAL ACTION DETAILS WHEN AVAILABLE|
|635||Alaska||Fairbanks||Alaska Peace Center published and broadcast 30-minute "Alaska Peace Center Community News and Opportunities for Action" on KWRK-LP 90.9FM and sent by email to our list of 400+.|
|641||Arizona||Prescott||See what happened in Prescott!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-prescott-az/|
|642||Arizona||Tucson||See what happened in Tucson!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-tucson-az-peace-vigil/|
|685||Arkansas||Little Rock||See what happened in Little Rock!||https://arkansaspeaceweek.com/events/|
|691||California||Encinitas||See what happened in Encinitas!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-interfaith-week-of-action-peace-celebration-in-san-diego/|
|700||California||La Mesa||See what happend in La Mesa!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-international-day-of-peace-celebration-la-mesa-ca/|
|702||California||Morro Bay||See what happened in Morro Bay!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-morro-bay-ca-peace-celebration/|
|707||California||Orange||See what happened in Orange!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-nonviolence-vigil/|
|721||California||San Rafael||See what happened in San Rafael!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-actions-marin-county-ca/|
|728||Connecticut||Hartford||See what happened in West Hartford!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-walk-the-labyrinth-for-peace-and-nonviolence/|
|789||Delaware||Wilmington||See what happened in Delaware!||http://www.peaceweekdelaware.org/schedule/|
|790||District of Columbia||Washington|
|791||District of Columbia||Washington|
|792||District of Columbia||Washington|
|793||District of Columbia||Washington|
|794||District of Columbia||Washington|
|797||District of Columbia||Washington|
|798||District of Columbia||Washington||See what happened at the DC Flotilla!||http://worldbeyondwar.org/flotilla/|
|810||District of Columbia||Washington||Watch all the videos from the World Beyond War Conference here!||http://worldbeyondwar.org/nowar2017/|
|811||District of Columbia||Washington||https://www.facebook.com/events/1601595086527066/|
|812||District of Columbia||Washington||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-heeding-gods-call-to-end-gun-violence-memorial-to-the-lost/|
|839||Florida||Coral Springs||See what happened in Coral Springs!||http://www.opunited.org/|
|840||Florida||Dania Beach||See what happened in Dania Beach!|
|847||Georgia||Atlanta||See what happened in Atlanta!|
|853||Hawaii||Honolulu||See what happened in Honolulu!|
|875||Illinois||Chicago||See what happened on South Side Chicago!|
|990||Illinois||Chicago South Suburbs|
|1007||Illinois||Rock Island||See what happened in Rock Island!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-rock-island-critical-mass-conference/|
|1014||Indiana||Huntington||See what happened in Huntington!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-huntington-in-walk-for-peace/|
|1015||Indiana||Huntington||See what happened in Huntington!|
|1022||Indiana||South Bend Area||See what happened in South Bend!|
|1023||Iowa||Cedar Rapids||See what happened in Cedar Rapids!|
|1024||Iowa||Clinton||See what happened in Clinton!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-hate-has-no-home-here/|
|1026||Iowa||Clinton||See what happened in Clinton!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/vanga-drama-about-recent-immigrant-farmers/|
|1027||Iowa||Clinton||See what happened in Clinton!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-stop-the-hate-show-the-love-walk/|
|1028||Iowa||Clinton||See what happened in Clinton!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-disturbing-the-peace/|
|1033||Iowa||Davenport||See what happened in Daveport!|
|1080||Maine||Bangor||See what happened in Bangor!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-4th-annual-end-violence-together-rally-and-march/|
|1084||Maryland||Mount Rainier||See what happend in Mount Rainier in Maryland!|
|1088||Massachusetts||Worcester||See what happened in Worcester!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-peacemaking-in-perilous-times/|
|1115||Michigan||Lansing||See what happened in Lansing!||https://peacequestgreaterlansing.org/event-schedule/|
|1117||Michigan||Newaygo||See what happened in Newaygo!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-peace-pole-gathering/|
|1143||Nevada||Reno||See what happened in Reno!|
|1144||Nevada||Reno||See what happened in Reno!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-event-thomas-merton-and-dorothy-day-pilgrims-and-prophets-of-peace/|
|1150||New Hampshire||Manchester, Concord, Nashua and Dover||https://www.facebook.com/FightFor15NH/|
|1161||New Mexico||Albuquerque||See media report from Albuquerque!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-albuquerque-nm/|
|1164||New Mexico||Santa Fe|
|1165||New York||Buffalo||See what happened in Buffalo!||https://www.buffalopeacefestival.org/|
|1166||New York||New York||See what happened in NYC!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-dorothy-day-pursuit-of-peace/|
|1167||New York||New York||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-circle-of-peace-nyc/|
|1168||New York||Oneida||See what happened in Oneida!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-cultivating-ahimsa/|
|1172||New York||St Regis Falls|
|1173||North Carolina||Asheville||See what happened in Asheville|
|1175||North Carolina||Greensboro||See what happened in Greensboro!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-rise-for-syria-rise-for-peace/|
|1187||North Carolina||Raleigh||See what happened in Raleigh!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-actions-raleigh-nc/|
|1189||North Dakota||Fargo||See what happened in Fargo!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-prayer-at-the-peace-pole/|
|1191||Ohio||Akron||See what happened in Akron!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-akron-oh-day-of-peace-interfaith-prayer-service/|
|1194||Ohio||Cincinnati||See what happened in Cincinnati!||http://ijpccincinnati.org/featured/pursuing-peace-cincinnati-nonviolent-cincinnati/|
|1402||Ohio||Tiffin||See what happened in Tiffin!|
|1405||Oklahoma||Oklahoma City||See what happened in Oklahoma City!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-peace-week-2017-okc-ok/|
|1418||Oregon||Beaverton||See what happened in Beaverton!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-candlelight-vigil-in-beaverton/|
|1425||Oregon||Salem||See what happened in Salem!||https://www.facebook.com/events/268254340345406/|
|1428||Pennsylvania||Erie||See what happened in Erie, PA!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-silent-peace-walk/|
|1431||Pennsylvania||Lancaster||See what happened in Lancaster!|
|1458||South Dakota||Sioux Falls|
|1467||Tennesee||Memphis||See what happened in Memphis!||http://www.cnvmemphis.org/|
|1480||Utah||Salt Lake City||Read about what happened in SLC!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-actions-salt-lake-cityut/|
|1493||Vermont||Manchester||See what happened in Manchester, VT!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-actioncandlelight-procession-manchester-vt/|
|1495||Vermont||White River Jct.|
|1496||Vermont||White River Jct.||https://www.facebook.com/events/1934528463471192/|
|1501||Washington||Bellingham||Three dozen people took the Pax Christi vow of nonviolence during Mass at the Church of the Assumption. It was the largest number of people to make a public witness in Bellingham since Campaign Nonviolence began. About 300-400 parishioners witnessed the vow and were invited to join in.||http://www.paceebene.org/event/vow-of-nonviolence-in-bellingham/|
|1504||Washington||Seattle||See what happened in Seattle, WA||http://www.paceebene.org/event/nonviolence-talk-and-training/|
|1511||Wisconsin||Baraboo||See what happened in Baraboo!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-peace-grows-nurturing-a-culture-of-peace/|
|1512||Wisconsin||Elm Grove||See what happened in Elm Grove!|
|1513||Wisconsin||Fond du Lac||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-prayer-for-peace-and-nonviolence/|
|1542||Cameroon||Yaounde||See what happened in Cameroon!|
|1543||Canada||Edmonton||See what happened in Edmonton!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-actionedmontons-international-day-of-peace-celebration/|
|1551||Canada||Winnipeg, MB||See what happened in Winnipeg!|
|1595||Iraq||Iraqi Kurdistan||See what happened in Iraq!||https://www.cpt.org/participate/delegation/schedule|
|1596||Kenya||Nairobi||See what happened in Nairobi!|
|1597||Liberia||Nimba County||See what happened in Liberia!|
|1599||Nigeria||Benin City||See what happened in Benin City!||http://www.paceebene.org/event/cnv-action-culture-of-excellence-in-nigeria/|
|1601||Sierra Leone||Bo City|
Trinidad and Tobago