Breanna Crawford, a new member of the PeaceWorks KC Board of Directors, is an Indigenous Cherokee/Dakota (Sioux) enrolled in the Cherokee Nation. She says you cannot drink water on the reservation because of the mercury in the water; you have to get bottled water.
PeaceWorks Annual Meeting honors Alvin Brooks and Miracle of Innocence
Together again! PeaceWorks KC held its annual meeting in person with a full house of happy members and guests.
Meet Alvin Brooks, Darryl Burton at Annual Meeting
Two inspiring activists will receive awards at the PeaceWorks KC Annual Meeting: Alvin Brooks, beloved activist who has devoted his life to improving our community, and Darryl Burton, who was wrongfully imprisoned for 24 years and is a co-founder of Miracle of Innocence.
PeaceWorks KC Annual Meeting: March 5, 2-4 pm
PeaceWorks Kansas City Annual Meeting Join Us in Person All are invited. Sunday, March 5, 2023 2:00-4:00 pm Simpson House 4509 Walnut Kansas City, MO 64111 We’ll hold elections, hear reports, honor our awardee(s), and share our hopes and dreams. For more information, contact Henry Stoever <email@example.com>, (913) 375-0045.
What if we got rid of nukes?
On Jan. 20, PeaceWorks members shared an evening meal and ideas about what a nuclear-free world could look like. It was a night for the imagination and dreams, for if we don't know where we are going, how are we going to get there? If we can imagine it, we can create it.
War in Ukraine – Making Sense of a Senseless Conflict
Nicolas J.S. Davies, co-author of War in Ukraine – Making Sense of a Senseless War, outlined events which unfolded over many years that helped trigger this disastrous war, and he discussed the escalating dangers of this war for the people of Ukraine and Russia as well as the world.
Responding to climate crisis
The Step-by-Step Climate Response Course gives a guide to actions we can and should take to reverse the climate catastrophe we are facing.
Drone protest at home of the Hellhounds
"Crimes with global consequences are being committed in this very place," says Brian Terrell in this talk he gave at the entry to Whiteman AFB Oct. 1.
PeaceWorks KC Local Art Fair is back, better than ever!
At our Sept. 24-25 fair, people enjoyed the art, diversity of artists/patrons, delicious Colombian food, sharing time with each other, and fantastic weather.
Stoever refuses to plead guilty of trespass vs. nukes
"I must decline your offer to enter a plea of guilty," retired lawyer Henry Stoever says in a Sept. 11 letter to a prosecutor at Jackson County Court. Stoever, who stepped across the property line of the local nuclear weapon facility, hopes to explain to a jury next year why he was not guilty of the crime of trespass.