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The Eighth Annual Brooklyn Peace Fair 2012

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Darren Posted: Thu, Apr 19 2012 8:41 PM

It's that time of year again and we are thrilled to invite you and your organization to become a part of the Eight Annual Brooklyn Peace Fair on Saturday April 28, 11 pm to 5 pm, at Brooklyn College.

Through workshops on current events, music, arts activities, discussion groups, video presentations, information tables, and performance, we encourage all to develop a vision of a country where all people can enjoy their human and civil rights and lead lives of dignity and fulfillment.

Last year's Peace Fair drew over 2000 visitors. The Peace Fair is FREE and open to the public.

The theme of this year's fair : Ending War, Promoting Peace

YOU and YOUR ORGANIZATION can take part in the following ways:

  • host an information table (can sell materials related to your organization)
  • endorse the Fair and help spread the word
  • place an ad in the program to publicize your organization while supporting this incredible event

Registration is open!

If you are interested in registering for a table, endorsing the event and/ or placing an ad in the program, download your Peace Fair Registration Forms.

Deadline for placing your ad in the program is April 2, 2012. It's a simple and you can pay online.

Spread the word and download Save the Date! flyer.

This year we are proud to announce that we will have two featured speakers.

Featured Speakers

  • Jeremy Scahill, investigative journalist, author and Democracy Now! correspondent
  • Capt. Paul Chappell, Veteran of the Iraq War, author and Peace Leadership Director of Nuclear Age Peace Foundation

Performances by Dave Lippman, SpiritChild and more upcoming voices for peace

Workshops and discussions on budget cuts, verterans' needs, conflict resolutions, working for peace & more

Music, arts, spoken word, poetry, informational tables, button making, storytelling, activities for children.

Would you like your school to participate in creating a Peace Tree for this year's Peace Forest Exhibit? Find out more about this fun and inspiring art project. Download Peace Tree Project.

If you have any questions please email: or call 718-624-5921.

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