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 Blvd., Richmond, VA 23224.
Open to young people ages 12-19. Free.
Includes lunch, performances & fun workshops.
Learn teen leadership, conflict resolution skills, ways to work for social justice and have fun through music, dance, and yoga! Hear stories from immigrant youth.
Earn credit for six community service hours.
- Building Healthy Relationships
- Anger Management
- Preventing Human Trafficking
- Indonesian and Latino cooking and culture
- Cross-Cultural Understanding
- and much, much more!
Please arrive by 9:45 a.m.!
The Youth Peace Summit is organized by the Richmond Peace Education Center. The Summit is part of the Richmond Youth Peace Project program for teenagers, a Peace Center collaboration with Drums No Guns. Through the Richmond Youth Peace Project, we empower teenagers to be leaders for nonviolence and community change.