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Author Neiwert to Speak in Temecula Sept 24 (tags)
Journalist David Neiwert will be the featured speaker at the September informational meeting of Peace Works! in Temecula Valley on September 24, 2004 at 7:00 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Temecula United Methodist Church, and is a free event which is open to the public. David Neiwert is a journalist whose work has appeared in The Washington Post, Salon, and MSNBC.com. His latest book, "DEATH ON THE FOUR OF JULY: The Story of a Killing, a Trial, and Hate Crime in America", discusses hate crimes in a broad context as well as focusing on a particular July 4, 2000 incident in Ocean Shores, Washington.
Peace Works! Sponsors "Roots of Violence" Series (tags)
Peace Works! in Temecula Valley presents the first guest speaker in our "Roots of Violence" series on Friday, June 25, at 7:00 p.m. The "Roots of Violence" series examines the way in which hatred of "the other" leads directly to threatened and actual violence.
Night of Remembrance in Temecula, March 20 (tags)
Peace Works! in Temecula Valley held a peaceful candlelight vigil, braving angry Republicans and meeting a friendly duck. This is how it happened -- with hyperlinks and pictures.
Temecula Night of Remembrance to Reflect on Year of War (tags)
The members of Peace Works! in Temecula Valley will gather on Saturday, March 20, 2004, at the Temecula Duck Pond Park to mark the anniversary of the start of the Iraq War. This special Night of Remembrance begins at dusk, 6:00 p.m., and will feature reflections on the human cost of war as well as hope for a world of peace.
Day of Peace Celebration in Temecula (tags)
Friends and neighbors from Peace Works! in Temecula Valley met together tonight to celebrate the International Day of Peace.
Peace Works in Temecula Valley (tags)
Non-violence has a new name in southwest Riverside county: Peace Works in Temecula Valley. Growing out of the original Murrieta candlelight peace vigils, we are "people of the Temecula Valley working together as members of the global community to recognize and honor diversity and support active, peaceful responses to local, regional, and world conflicts." Won't you join us to make peace work in Temecula Valley?