Thank you to all who participated in our first online auction! In total we brought in $1225 for the vital work of PeaceWorks KC. And a very special thank you to our Artists who donated their beautiful Art pieces to our online auction:
Ann Suellentrop of the PeaceWorks KC Board and Physicians for Social Responsibility prepared this statement for KKFI, 90.1 FM, radio. Tune into Jaws of Justice on Monday morning at 9 AM to hear this reflection by Ann about the "Human Car Not Warfare" Rally and CARE-a-vans.
All artists are now invited to apply for the PeaceWorks KC Local Art Fair, formerly known as the UNPlaza Art Fair.
PeaceWorks KC presents an on-line Auction of Art! With works donated by artists to promote PeaceWorks Kansas City Local Art Fair. See and bid on all artwork HERE! Winners will be announced on May 31.
A Celebration Sharing the Good Works of PeaceWorks! April 18, 2020 from 2 — 4 PM at Equal Minded Café - 4327 Troost Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri.
We must stop the killing, take the trillions of dollars devoted to endless war and instead invest in our people, invest in our environment, and invest in our future.
John Dear, author, activist, priest, and Nobel Peace Prize nominee, will give a workshop at Avila University Sat., March 7, and will speak March 8 at the Community of Christ Temple in Independence. By Feb. 1, the website will go live that sells tickets to the workshop ($25 or, for students, $10). The March 8 talk is free.
On Thanksgiving Day of 2012, a fire in my apartment forced me to move out. … Eventually I found an apartment complex and was shown a display unit. I signed a lease. But the actual apartment unit I was to move into was infested with mold. … I became homeless. A friend gave me a place to stay; otherwise, I would have been living on the street. … I did not have something like KC Tenants to help me.
PeaceWorks-KC and Code Pink are cosponsoring a rally No War with Iran. All are invited! It will be Sat., Jan. 25, noon-2pm, at the fountain at Main and Emanuel Cleaver Blvd.
Avila University senior Paige Rackers is one of two winners of a 2019 PeaceWorks award. She hopes to work in prisons and help develop more rehab programs to decrease recidivism.