Happy Peace Day
Who will you make peace with on Peace Day?
8:30 AM Service-:earning Classroom with a Cause: Places an appreciation token for teachers. Teachers also received aromatherapy neck massages during peace week 2015
8:30-5:00 pm: Peace World Village displayed at Wing. Videos of Peace One Day and Opera's Belief available for viewing
|Peace One Day|
|Officer Dan is a Cheyenne|
Every tribe has different beliefs
10:30 am Primary Division, Pinwheel Blessing
Upper and Middle Division Advisories Visited the World Peace Village
300 animal cracker cups served to visitors, a dozen donuts, and 40 cookie bags. 352 Visitors
What is Peace One Day? 1 minute
BELIEF TRAILER – 7:11 minutes
Peace one day 35 minutes
Youth Celebration, Peace One Day from Rwanda
Spanish I Class views Peace One Day Video and Belief
Fifth Grade Spanish and French Classes leave answers to What will you do on Peace Day? Who will you make peace with after viewing Peace One Day Video.
The MD Peace Week Syrian refugee effort collected $1,313!
Peace Day Pinwheel Challenge: Join Students Rebuild, the International Rescue Committee, Healing Classrooms and Global Nomads Group to help Syrian youth from conflict areas recover from crisis and grow into happy, healthy adults. For each pinwheel we send in, the Bezos Family Foundation will donate $2—up to $400,000—to IRC’s Healing Classrooms program. The more pinwheels we send, the more children we’ll help! The International Rescue Committee will distribute a selection of pinwheels to Healing Classrooms students in Lebanon and Iraq. Funding generated by the Challenge will train teachers in special techniques to engage conflict-affected children with social-emotional learning opportunities and to create secure, nurturing learning environments. Learn more about Healing Classrooms. Make pinwheels at the Harper Wing or at home! Find template of Pinwheels at http://www.
pinwheelsforpeace.com/ pinwheelsforpeace/pinwheel_ lesson_plan.pdf
After School visits World Peace Village
|After School Care takes Oklahoma Forestry Department Seedlings to plant on Peace Day|
Other viewing possibilities at the Wing during Peace Day 2015
Peace Day, Monday 21 September 2015 Kigali, Rwanda
2pm (local time) livestream: rba.co.rw/tv
Belief 1:50 minutes
BELIEF TRAILER – 7:11 minutes
|Our OKC Observance of the International Day of Peace -- Monday, September 21st|
Press Release for Healing the Breach
September 21, 2015, 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Great Hall in University Center at Oklahoma City University
"Healing the Breach"
Rev. Jesse Jackson and Oklahoma City Police Chief Bill Citty will lead a community discussion on
Healing the Breach between law enforcement and minority groups as part of Oklahoma City's observance of the International Day of Peace. The event will be held on Monday, September 21, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., at the Great Hall in the University Center at Oklahoma City University.
Rev. Jackson is the pastor of East Sixth Street Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), 1139 NE 6th. He is the President of the National Convocation of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), a national organization of African-American Disciples of Christ. Rev. Jackson this summer organized an initiative called Organize the Corner-OKC to curb gun violence in northeast Oklahoma City.
Citty has been Oklahoma City's Chief of Police since 2003. A lifelong resident of Oklahoma City, Citty began his career with the Oklahoma City Police Department in 1977. He served as Public Information Officer during the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah building.
The program will be moderated by Rev. Don Heath, pastor of Edmond Trinity Christian Church. The event is free and open to the public.
Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on September 21 and is dedicated to world peace, specifically a reduction in war and violence. It was established in 1981 by a resolution of the United Nations General Assembly and has been celebrated in Oklahoma City since 2008. The theme of this year's global event is Partnerships for Peace--Dignity for All.
The Oklahoma City event is sponsored by the United Nations Association of Greater Oklahoma City, the Center for Conscience in Action, the Respect Diversity Foundation, the Peace House, Pax Christi USA, Edmond Trinity Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Joy Mennonite Church, Casady Schools Service-Learning Program, and Campaign Nonviolence.
More information may be found at ...