“We’ve grown here. Countless families have time here in summer camps…It will be difficult to say goodbye.”
First published in the Dayton Daily News by Lisa Powell, April 26, 2021 The Dayton International Peace Museum has announced plans to relocate to Courthouse Square. The museum, currently housed in the […]
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 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.
The national journal, The Peace Psychologist interviewed the Peace Museum’s director last November for a story about the rarity and hope in the idea of a museum dedicated to the […]
For many years, Miss Ann has been a much-loved and respected teacher during the museum’s annual summer Peace Camp. Last summer, COVID-19 prevented the museum from continuing the 14-year tradition […]
World Thinking Day is a day for Girl Scouts and Girl Guidesaround the globe to come together to learn from one anotherand speak out on issues that are affecting them. […]
The Kettering Foundation is a nonprofit operating foundation rooted in the American tradition of cooperative research. Kettering’s primary research question is, what does it take to make democracy work as it should?