EPICENTER: Dayton’s Opioid Crisis

ABOUT THE FILM It’s no secret that the heroin epidemic is a nationwide problem, but it seems to have impacted Ohio, especially Dayton, disproportionately. Media Production students at the University of Dayton are creating a documentary that educates and enlightens people as to the reality of living in the epicenter.

Sworn-Again America

Sworn-Again America is a project to revitalize citizenship. Let’s reconsider what it means to be an American. Reimagine what we can do to make an unum out of the pluribus, and then, in ceremonies at dinner tables, block parties, or town square, with five or five thousand, take the oath to become a Sworn-Again American! […]

International Cities of Peace

logo of the International Cities of Peace
International Cities of Peace is an association of citizens, governments and organizations who have by proclamation, resolution, or by citizen advocacy established their communities as official Cities of Peace. Every community has a legacy of peace — whether by a historical event, or local heroes or groups who have contributed to their citizens’ safety, prosperity [...]

10th Annual Peace Camp Largest Ever

2019 was the Dayton International Peace Museum’s 10th year of Summer Peace Camp. Each year the theme and focus are on peace-building skills our campers can apply — not only during Peace Camp but in their daily lives. The week-long camp featured games, music, art, gardening, and opportunities to learn about wholesome food choices. Friday’s […]

UN grants special status to Cities of Peace

view of hundreds of the world's flags waving in the sky

On April 27th, Cities of Peace, Inc., was granted Special Consultative Status with the U.N.’s Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). International Cities of Peace will now have two permanent passes to U.N. headquarters and be able to participate on committees and deliver oral statements and submit written statements to be circulated by the Secretary-General’s office. Thanks […]