January 17, 2017
Plymouth Peace Action Group considers justice a vital path toward peace. This philosophy reflects our support of United Church of Christ national program ‘Just Peace Church’ program and ongoing efforts toward Plymouth becoming a Just Peace Church.
At 10 am, Sunday, Jan. 22, Dr. Edwin J. Nichols, renowned clinical psychologist who specializes in philosophical aspects of cultural differences, shares his pioneering work on racial relations. Geared to the role of culture in transformational work, Dr. Nichols comes to us through our relationship with the People’s Institute and Village of Hope, Plymouth’s current Change Grant partner. He is known for his lifelong commitment to creating cultural lenses to reframe how people from different cultural backgrounds can do meaningful cultural work together for equity and inclusion. Nichols also speaks at Seattle Public Library, 7 to 9 pm, Monday, January 23.
Sunday, January 29, the focus of ‘working for justice’ continues when we examine The Refugee and Immigrant Children’s Program of Lutheran Community Services. Please join us for this inspiring series and the path toward peace. –Adele Reynolds, Plymouth Peace Action Group