RPEC Blog

Job Posting: Peace Center Hiring

The Richmond Peace Education Center seeks a Communication & Development Coordinator! Join an organization that is passionate about building a more peaceful and just Richmond region. Position Summary: The Communication & Development Coordinator will support communications and outreach to strengthen RPEC’s … Continue reading

Chipotle Fundraiser

Eat Chipotle and support RPEC at the same time! This Sunday, April 23rd, if you visit the Chipotle (10 N. Nansemond St., Tenant D) 2pm – 9pm and show them this flyer or tell the cashier you are supporting Richmond … Continue reading

Nonprofit Bookkeeper Volunteer Position

We’re looking for a skilled volunteer for a bookkeeping position that is essential to the work and functioning of all of the Peace Center’s activities. Can you help? Do you know someone who might? Please share! Peace Center Volunteer Position Available … Continue reading

Train to Lead Programs for the Peace Center

Two-Day Introduction to Conflict Resolution July 17 & 18 Do you want to… Learn healthy ways to communicate and resolve conflict? Become a member of the Peace Center’s training team? Earn recertification points if you’re a teacher? This July, experience the Richmond … Continue reading

Youth Peace Summit–Saturday April 29!

Special Announcement!  Mayor Levar Stoney will speak at the Youth Peace Summit Saturday. Space still available. Register youth for the Summit here. The 2017 Youth Peace Summit is Saturday April 29, 2017, at St. Paul’s Baptist Church–Southside Campus, 700 E Belt … Continue reading

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John McCutcheon to Perform April 21

Building Resilience for Challenging Systemic Racism

Building Resilience for Challenging Systemic Racism:  A Trauma Healing Workshop for Activists and Allies  In response to recent killings of unarmed African American men by police, the killings of police officers, the persistence of racial disparities in every sphere of society…and … Continue reading

Richmond takes to the streets

Click here for the full article in Commonwealth Times, or here for the full article on WTVR.

Nena Daniels performs “Cry Me A River” on WTVR

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