Sunday, May 14, 9:15 am – 12:00 pm
PEACE PARTNERS 2017
Join Massachusetts Peace Action and the Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom (WILPF – Boston Branch), who join as proud partners working for peace at home and abroad. We are inspired by the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute and recognize the very important work it does to prevent violence and the services it provides to people affected by violence in Boston and beyond. We look forward to joining the walk and raising funds and congratulate the institute on its 21st anniversary!
The Mother’s Day Walk for Peace began in 1996 for families who had lost their children to violence. On a day that we celebrate mothers and children, the Walk became a place for families and friends to feel support and love with thousands of others who pledge their commitment to peace. The Walk is the primary fundraiser to support the work of the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute.
Please note ALL walkers must register. Specify “Peace Partners 2017”.
Madison Park High School, 75 Malcolm X Blvd. Roxbury
Wednesday May 24, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Beyond Barriers: Thriving in Occupied Palestine
The Middle East Education Group at First Parish Church Cambridge is co-sponsoring a fund-raiser presentation by Mohammed Sawalha on Wednesday May 24 6:30 PM at First Parish Church in Cambridge MA, 3 Church Street (Harvard Square).
Mohammed is the Executive Director and Founder of the Palestinian House of Friendship located near the Nablus Refugee Camp in occupied Palestine. He is also Professor of Linguistics at An Najah University in Nablus. PHF is nurturing young people on the West Bank through art, music, dance, and sports.
There will be music and refreshments. Free and open to the public. For more information or RSVP: MEEG@firstparishcambridge.org
The other sponsors are UUs for Justice in the Middle East - MA Chapter, American Friends of the Palestinian House of Friendship, Cambridge-Bethlehem People to People Project and Jewish Voice for Peace - Boston.
First Parish Church in Cambridge, 3 Church Street, Cambridge