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Sat, Sep 22

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Fairwood Branch Library

Voices Part I

September’s summit will feature an interactive dialogue session on the role that physical and structural violence plays on our local and global communities, in addition to hands-on activities that will educate while empowering leadership and tangible solutions.

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Voices Part I
Voices Part I

Time & Location

Sep 22, 2018, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Fairwood Branch Library, 12910 Old Hammond Hwy, Baton Rouge, LA 70816, USA

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About the event

In a world plagued with injustice and conflict, violence is an issue that transcends borders, generations, and race. However, it isn’t limited to weapons. The threat of physical and structural violence is one that we all must confront, whether it be domestic violence, gun violence, poverty or social exclusion. So how can we create peace, justice and build community here in the capital city?

The goal of The 821 Project’s Voices community summit, “Peace Justice and Community,” is to build a multicultural community while raising awareness of various forms of violence. September’s summit will feature an interactive dialogue session on the role that physical and structural violence plays on our local and global communities, in addition to hands-on activities that will educate while empowering leadership and tangible solutions.

Registration is free for everyone! Please pre-register via the website and bring a friend! Refreshments will be provided.

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