See this unique “Peace by Piece” quilt as part of the African-American Quilters of Baltimore’s exhibit, entitled “Peace by Piece Quilt and Fiber Art Show “ at the James E Lewis Museum, Morgan State University. The show runs from July 8th to September 13th , 2016. Learn more at the James E. Lewis Museum website.
We are very happy to announce the winners for the 2016 Peace Study Center Prize at the Maryland History Day Contest! Congratulations to Zoey Craddock and Chloe Kerstetter from Lockerman Middle School for their exhibit about “Jane Goodall,” and to Ray Gebhardt and Spencer Nattans from Calvert Hall College High School for their website, “Christmas […]
Join the York Road Partnership and Northern District Police on April 28th to unite and re-commit to action with and for our city, our community, and our neighborhoods. The March of Peace begins at 5104 York Road and will walk the York Road corridor north and south to inspire unity and hope in our communities. […]
Saturday, May 14, 12:00 pm at the Reginald Lewis Museum. Dive into the world of kids’ literature focused on African Americans and people of other ethnicities. Enjoy author readings, illustration workshops, performances, and craft activities. Purchase hard-to-find titles in the Book Village. Free children’s book for every family, while supplies last. Plus, free admission! Click here […]
We are very happy to announce the winners for the 2015 Peace Study Center Prize at the Maryland History Day Contest! Congratulations to Katrina Marinelli and Grace Walsh-Little from Roland Park Middle School for their website project, “Dorothy Day – Revolution of the Heart: The Dawn of a New Day,” and to Quentin Boustany and […]