Peace & Nonviolence
Building the Beloved Community to bring about a peaceful world:
It serves to promote civil discourse, stimulate critical thinking and create a safe and comfortable environment where people can talk and learn with people who differ.
Tearing down unjust structures, uprooting war and militarism:
Monthly meetings regularly focus on political organizing for peace, skills training for peacemaking, and a Middle East Study group.
Opposing war -- working to end wars, prevent armed conflicts, and support diplomatic solutions and humanitarian relief in conflict zones. Current attention towards Syria and Afghanistan, and a federal budget that reducing unnecessary military spending and gives more attention to human needs.
Solemn monthly witness that visibly opposes and mourns war and violence.
A monthly public witness for peace and nonviolence held at the World Peace Bell in Newport, Kentucky.
Seeks to limit the influence of military recruiters in the schools.
Click for our Peace and Nonviolence flyer! peace+nonviolenceoverview2013.pdf