Black Women for P.E.A.C.E. 2017 Festival
Posted 12 June 2017
Black Women for Peace is a nonprofit built on the idea of building bridges, as it serves to promote P.E.A.C.E., one individual at a time. Using the performing arts as a tool to bridge gaps of background, class, and belief, Black Women for Peace seeks to inspire social change.
Join Black Women for Peace in a celebration of those bridges with a one-night-only festival of singing, dancing, reading and other performances by 25 young women and men the organization works with to inspire and encourage.
Tickets are $5 for Children and $10 for Adults, available at the door.
Please join us as we encourage and inspire the next generation to:
P: Protect the liberties of others as well as their own.
E: Educate themselves to be their very best.
A: Actively listen to others in an effort to understand, not judge.
C: Choose to give grace when they have the opportunity to take offence.
E: Extend themselves to others and expect nothing in return.
More info at www.blackwomenforpeace.com
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