Our mission is to be responsive community leaders centered on learning, educating
and facilitating the practices
and principles of non-violence in our world. We encourage the empowerment of an
active citizenry and support a United States Department of Peace, a Youth Promise Act and violence prevention.
Citizens For Peace President Colleen Mills made these comments and review of 2007:
Thank you to everyone who helped in any of our activities this year:
1. Tabling at Eastern, Schoolcraft, Body, Mind, Spirit Festivals, Nagasaki Day, the DoP Film Festival, the Spring & Fall Film Festivals, the Restorative Practices Program, the Dinner for Peace, the Royal Oak Main Theater, Muruga & the Global Village Band’s show,the Bake Sale, and Swami Beyondananda’s show!
2.Helping with the Fundraisers at Max & Erma’s, the Dinner for Peace, the Bake Sale, the DoP Film Festival, the Walk for Peace, and the MCHR Film Festivals.
3.Assisting to make the Nagasaki Day event a success.
4.Supporting the library Peace Collection.
5.Attending the Department of Peace Conference in Washington, D.C.
6.Delivering the Peace Pizza and requesting the “Peace wants a piece of the pie”.
7.Developing a Peace Speakers group.
8.Practicing Nonviolent Communication.
9.Attending the monthly meetings.
10. Participating in the Arlington Midwest vigil.
11. Being the change we want to see in the world!
What a year!THANK YOU!!!
We have a new year coming up & I know our seeds of peace will bear fruit!