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Call for Nominations: 2017 Peacemaker of the Year

  Nominations are now being accepted for the Richmond Peace Education Center’s 2017 Peacemaker of the Year award. The deadline for submitting a nomination is April 7, 2017. This year’s award winner will be honored at the Richmond Peace Education Center’s … Continue reading

Conflict Resolution Training for Adults

Two-Day Introduction to Conflict Resolution March 25th-26th 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 March, experience the Richmond Peace Education … 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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Richmond pastor criticized for supporting Trump

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Generation Dream on WTVR

  Shayla Winn, a Generation Dream performer, is profiled on WTVR.  Read more here.

RPEC does a newsworthy thing!

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2017 Peace Essay Contest Opens for Entries

The 2017 Peace Essay Contest:  Now open for entries to Virginia students grades K-12 Theme: Many People…One Nation  Americans come from many different backgrounds.  How can we build understanding and respect for one another among people of different heritages and … Continue reading

Propose a Workshop for 2017 Youth Peace Summit

Richmond Youth Peace Summit, Saturday, April 29, 2017  Call for Workshop Proposals:  We invite you to share your knowledge, skills and experiences with Richmond area teens. The Richmond Peace Education Center will hold its 2017 Youth Peace Summit on Saturday … Continue reading

A Better World Is Still Possible. . .

…However far away it seems today by Adria Scharf RPEC Execuive Director The election of Donald Trump revealed much. It revealed the fragility of our democratic political system and the illusory nature of majority rule. It revealed the inadequacy of … Continue reading

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