View a selection of banners from the exhibit created by the
American Friends Service Committee
Join us as the Interfaith Resource Center of Peace and Justice joins with the American Friends Service Committee to present the “Waging Peace Project.” AFSC is celebrating 100 years of working to bring about a more just and peaceful world and to commemorate their history and this centennial, they have created an exhibit of twelve banners that tell the stories of efforts to fight against injustice. The exhibit addresses the issues of Building Peace, Ending Discrimination, Improving Prisons, Creating Just Economies, and Securing Immigrant Rights.
The banners will be on display at the following locations in April. Banner locations and presentation topics are as follows:
April 3-11, Misericordia College, “Immigration,” Discrimination,” “Just Economies” and “Prison Reform” presentations on April 10, 5 pm, Rooms 218 & 219, Insalaco Hall
April 19, Kings College, Lobby of Sheehy-Farmer Student Center, Exhibit, Reception and Discussion
from 4:30 to 6:00PM
April 21-22, Islamic Center of Northeastern Pennsylvania, 991 Scott St., Wilkes-Barre, “Discrimination,” “Immigration” and “ Islam and Terrorism” presentations on April 22, 6:30 pm
The exhibit and accompanying presentations are free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served at each presentation. For questions or more information, please contact The Interfaith Resource Center of Peace and Justice
at (570) 823-9977.