Every year since 2008 WR Nonviolence has organized a Human Peace Sign on the International Day Of Peace, the first day of the 10-day IDOPAN celebration.
This year we’re partnering with Human Peace Sign, 2008 Bobcat Bartolo and the Liberation, who will again be recognizing the International Day of Peace on 21 September as part of Peace Week, with another installment of An Evening of Peace. This year Bobcat Bartolo is teaming up with Rhythm & Brews Brewing Company, and we’ll be releasing more details as we move closer to the day.
What: Human Peace Sign at A Day of Peace
When: Saturday, 21 September 2019 from 1:00pm to 1:00am
Where: Rhythm & Brews Brewing Company
Location: 1000 Bishop Street North, Cambridge, Ontario
On the International Day of Nonviolence WR Nonviolence held a film showing as part of ANIFF, the Active Nonviolence International Film Festival.
Movie discussion at the Active Nonviolence International Film Festival in Kitchener
Bob Jonkman, Matt Albrecht, Michael Chumakin, Laurel Russwurm, Claire, Peter Jantzi
Matt Albrecht — Selfie
Matt Albrecht introduces the films
Celebrating the International Day of Nonviolence with two short selections of the fourth ANIFF, the Active Nonviolence International Film Festival. Followed by discussion.
All are welcome! This is a free event!
What: International Day of Nonviolence: Film Night
When: Tuesday, 2 October 2018 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Where: Queen Street Commons Cafe
Location: 43 Queen Street South, Kitchener, Ontario Map
United Nations International Day of Peace on Friday, 21 September 2018 members of WR Nonviolence and friends met to talk about peace. This was a Supplemental Discussion Night, to complement our regular project planning meetings held every Tuesday. The topic was supposed to be Finding Peace In Our Local Community, but discussion strayed to politics, and also on how to engage people in the community to participate in the projects put on by WR Nonviolence.
Participating were Peter, Michael, Allan, Barb and William, who were joined by David, Laurel and Bob. Unfortunately, Barb and William had to leave before Laurel had a chance to take pictures.
Peace Signs or RoShamBo?
Pictures copyright © 2018 by Laurel L. Russwurm, used under a
license. Creative Commons Attribution Only
On the last day of
IDOPAN, the UN International Day of Nonviolence, people gathered at Kitchener City Hall to sing songs of peace and form a Human Peace Sign.
Gary knows it’s gonna be alright
Toe Tapping and Hand Clapping
Bob and Mary Beth
Forming The Circle
On The Floor
Human Peace Sign
Another Peace Sign