Tuesday, Sept. 20

Tuesday, Sept. 20

cropped-PeaceWeek_logo2-3.jpgThe following events are currently scheduled for Peace Week Delaware. All events are subject to change. This list contains the latest official information.

Murdertown_podcastRemaking ‘Murdertown’—
DCJ Podcast Club

The Delaware Center for Justice partnered with Short Order Production House at Wilmington Station to produce the four-episode podcast series—“Remaking ‘Murdertown’: Poverty Punishment & Possibility.” The podcast follows one individual, Ricky Reyes, as a case study in the roles that poverty and public policy play in Wilmington crime. Bring your lunch and join us in listening to Episode 2 “The Deep End,” and then discussing the episode together. Additional episodes will be shared on Sept. 21 and 22.

Where: Community Service Building, Conf. Rm. 9; 100 W. 10th St.; Wilmington DE 19801
When: 12:00 Noon to 1:00 p.m. (bring your lunch)
Sponsored by: Delaware Center for Justice
Pre-registration Suggestedhttp://doodle.com/poll/k34h4rhrmfim8a52
Questions: RStramp@dcjustice.org

AVP_dove_smallTransforming Anger and Violence Through the Alternatives to Violence Project

A 2-hour introductory workshop will explore techniques and strategies used by the the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) to reduce violence in both prison and community settings. The goal is to inform and inspire local groups to see ways to utilize elements of this highly successful, evidence-based program for their own communities and institutions. (A full-length AVP basic workshop will be held Sept. 30–Oct. 2 at First Unitarian Church.)

Where: Wilmington Friends Meeting,
401 N. West St., Wilmington DE 19801
When: 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Sponsored by: Wilmington Friends Meeting and AVP New Castle County
Questions?  Email  avpnorthernde@gmail.com

requiemforthedead_filmreview_poster350Requiem for the Dead:
American Spring 2014

More than 32,000 people die from gun violence every year in America, an average of 88 people per day. This HBO documentary highlights a few of the estimated 8,000 individuals who died from gunfire in spring 2014, drawing exclusively on found media—news accounts, police investigations and social media—to shine a light on little-known stories of tragic loss, bringing the victims to life in their own words and images. The screening will be followed by a discussion about the impact of gun violence on our community, exploring the cost, the loss, and how we might help change the narrative.

Where: Trinity Episcopal Parish, 1108 North Adams Street, Wilmington DE 19801
When: 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Sponsored by: Trinity Episcopal Parish
Questions: ginny@trinityparishde.org

Sept. 17-24, 2017