Read the Museum director’s thoughts on the riots and insurrection that occurred on January 6 and how the only answer for us to follow is, a strong recommitment to upholding […]
Men and boys of color are expected by now to know the rules their race demands of them in America: Remain calm during a police encounter. Don’t raise your voice or show anger, even if you’ve done nothing wrong or pose no threat. Keep your hands raised and your head down.
Please join Amaha Selassie, sociologist, peacebuilder, and President of the Board of Directors for the Gem City Market (GCM) to discuss cultivating community power as a tool to overcome division. […]
Join your favorite yoga teacher, Kaye, as she leads a virtual yoga session each ZENSDAY at 6 pm over Zoom. Make a donation and get a link to an hour-long […]
Plan to attend this special program sponsored by in part by the Peace Museum, OMNA Tigray, the Human Rights Center of the University of Dayton, and the Human Relations Council […]
Guy Jones and Tom Bensten will again lead us through a discussion of a historic Dr. King speech, letter, or writing and apply the lessons learned to today. This month […]
Please join Amaha Sellassie, sociologist, peacebuilder, and President of the Board of Directors for the Gem City Market (GCM) to discuss cultivating community power as a tool to overcome division.
Join Guy and Tom Sunday, March 21 at 4 pm via Zoom, as they lead the discussion and share audio and video clips from the era.
Join us live via Zoom the first Saturday of April and May for “Black Skin, White Masks” by Frantz Fanon for the first two installments of the Museum’s Book Club.