Logo - East Providence Weaver LibraryEast Providence Library Peace Flag Project 
We want to thank everyone involved in our recent East Providence Library Peace Flag Project. A great success and fun besides. We are grateful to the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities for the mini-grant which made it all possible. And we loved everyone we worked with at the East Providence Library, coordinating classes on peace and nonviolence along with the special events. The Gnomes were wonderful for our Kick-Off Concert, packing the house and getting lots of little gnomes to dance. Two peace people — PJ Fox (Institute for Study & Practice of Nonviolence) and Omar Bah (Refugee Dream Center) — shared their stories and how those have inspired their work for a better world. Our final Community Celebration featured the music of Bill Harley — you can’t do any better than that for a peace party!!! Dr. Paul Bueno de Mesquita and his wife Kay Johnson (URI Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies) gave out our graduation certificates. Representative David Cicilline provided Commendations for the children, too. What a special  month-long celebration of peace and nonviolence!
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Always inspiring to hear John Lennon’s “Imagine.” Still need that vision of a wonderful world without greed or hunger, possessions, separate countries. Take a few quiet minutes and watch. It can make your day great!!!

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Peace Flag Kits

Peace Flag Kits allow you to support the project and fill your space with what peace means to you.  Kits & Workshops available!

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Make Your Peace

Show the world what Peace looks like to you! New blank dove shirts offer you an opportunity to wear your support of The Peace Flag Project.

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