THE PEACE CENTER’S 35TH ANNIVERSARY ON MAY 22
The Peace Center, located in Langhorne of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, has started its #SPEAKUPFORPEACE campaign to give people a space and a voice in creating the kind of community we all wish to live and work in. Kicking off its 35th anniversary celebration, the Peace Center is inviting people of all ages to participate in forming the largest human peace sign on Sunday, May 22 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Bucks County Community College, 275 Swamp Road, Newtown, PA. People will assemble in a football-size field near the faculty parking lot, which is located next to Tyler State Park. A $1 donation is suggested.
Barbara Simmons, executive director of The Peace Center, said, “We want young people to both see and hear a message – one of … [Continue reading...]
Michael Maher –Former Executive at Merrill Lynch and host POWER OF YOUR VOTE and Gene Fisch, Jr. Economist speak to Paul Sladkus, Founder and Host of www.goodnewsplanet.com andwww.peacedayparty.org. There was an enlightening conversation for anyone who wants to understand $$$$$ MONEY and its effect on our lives and on WORLD PEACE. … [Continue reading...]
At only 16 years old, a junior, in high school, it was on December 11, 2008 when Amanda Suzanne Brownell tried to take her life in a bathroom at Del Mar High School in San Jose, California. This was a result of the bullying, sexual bullying, and cyber bullying she endured through MySpace, Facebook, AIM, and the 3500 text MESSAGES she received the month before her suicide attempt. Amanda, suffered severe brain damage, unable to speak or care for herself.
After almost 4 and 1/2 years Amanda decided that her job here was done. She was hospitalized with pneumonia and seizures on March 13, 2013, while her parents were in Hawaii on vacation. On March 23, Amanda did not want to be poked and squeezed anymore. She was done and did not want any type of medicine or food. There was a family meeting … [Continue reading...]
Cantor Esterleon Schwartz, a Los Angeles resident and child Holocaust survivor whose parents escaped from a Nazi detention camp during the holocaust, will share her story at 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at Green Dot Public School’s Animo Pat Brown Charter School.
The number of opportunities to listen, in person, to a child survivor of the Holocaust describe her tragic experiences and inspire us with her wisdom are passing; therefore, it is with honor and respect that the Animo Classified Employees Association and Green Dot Public Schools welcomes Cantor Esterleon Schwartz to Animo Pat Brown’s campus.
Despite a lifetime of adversity, her relentless faith led her to become a Cantor, a community leader, an Ambassador for Peace, a member of the Board of Directors of the United … [Continue reading...]