Prof. Erin Kearns on Torture

Dayton Peace Museum - Holbrooke Hall 208 West Monument Ave., Dayton

 Monday October 7th— 6-7:30 pm  At the Dayton Peace Museum-Free Event! “Tortured Logic: Why Americans Support Torture in Counterterrorism” Nearly half of the American public thinks that torture can be acceptable in counterterrorism. In contrast, research and experts overwhelmingly show that torture is ineffective. Yet, much of the general public appears unconvinced. Why do some […]

January 12: MLK Dialogues

Dayton Peace Museum - Holbrooke Hall 208 West Monument Ave., Dayton

MLK Dialogues - Can We Talk? - Building Peace Series A retrospective consideration, 52 years later, of the question Martin Luther King, Jr. posed in the title of the last book he wrote — Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? -What? A community dialogue -When? Sunday, January 12th, 2:00 – 3:30 pm […]

ZENsday

Dayton Peace Museum - Holbrooke Hall 208 West Monument Ave., Dayton

Every Wednesday is Zensday at the Peace Museum! We offer Museum Members free meditation at 5:15PM, followed by yoga with Kay at 6PM. Bring your reusable water bottle and mat or borrow one of ours. If you're not yet a member, that’s easy to solve! Meditation brought to you by friends at: Natural Path Meditation […]

Enemy of the People: Sunday 2/9/20, 4 pm

Dayton Peace Museum - Holbrooke Hall 208 West Monument Ave., Dayton

Join us on Sunday, February 9 at 4 pm for selected scenes from Henrik Ibsen's Enemy of the People by the Wright State University Theater Department. Hosted by Dr. Stuart McDowell, this is a free event with a discussion of Arthur Miller's adaption and a play that arguably is the first play that deals with […]

Y-DUB Discussions on the 2020 Census 2/27

Dayton Peace Museum - Holbrooke Hall 208 West Monument Ave., Dayton

Join us for our first Y-Dub Discussions of 2020 with a conversation and action plan on #YWomenCount: YWCA USA’s national campaign to support the 2020 Census. February 27, 6 pm to 7:30. Free Event! A full, fair, and accurate census is crucial to securing the strength and vitality of nonprofit organizations, like ours, that receive […]

Slavery & Human Trafficking 2/28/2020

Dayton Peace Museum - Holbrooke Hall 208 West Monument Ave., Dayton

Two young boys use gold pans to carry water from the bottom of a 30-foot well at an artisanal mining site outside the town of Tiebele in central Burkina Faso. Almost every nation has enacted laws criminalizing human trafficking, and international organizations, governments, and NGOs sponsor a large variety of projects to curb trafficking and […]

YWCA Presents: Teen Dating Violence

Dayton Peace Museum - Holbrooke Hall 208 West Monument Ave., Dayton

Join us for this new prevention education open-forum outreach series, meeting on the last Saturday of each month, that engages our community in discussions about gender-based violence and how to raise awareness, combat it, and enact change at a systemic level. The program includes interactive, hands-on activities with local experts in a safe environment to […]

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Northern Triangle: March 6

Dayton Peace Museum - Holbrooke Hall 208 West Monument Ave., Dayton

The Northern Triangle of Central America made up of Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala is a special target of the administration, which holds the nations responsible for the large flow of migrants from Latin America to the U.S. Combatting illegal immigration has become a priority of the Trump administration. The Northern Triangle of Central America, […]

Children’s Equity

Dayton Peace Museum - Holbrooke Hall 208 West Monument Ave., Dayton