An article featured in the Sunday Washington Post Magazine explores the mystery of why there are so few museums of peace in the United States. The article focuses on the USIP-the United States Institute of Peace in Washington, DC as an example of an opportunity not fully fulfilled in peacebuilding as some of the original designers and politicians intended many years ago.

The Dayton Peace Museum is highlighted as the one brick-and-mortar peace museum out of the over 450 military and war museums in the US. Read more…

The Peace Museum is moving this fall to a new modern and much larger purpose-built location in the middle of the city.