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Velvet Mesquite - Illustration by George Malesky
Velvet Mesquite
A Natural Symbol of Sustainable Peace

Culture of Peace Alliance (COPA)
~ promoting peace, justice, and sustainability
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Upcoming Events:

Community Conversations Presents:
The Courage for Peace: An Evening of Stories from the CommunityTuesday, October 28. 2014
Catalina United Methodist Church, 2700 E. Speedway
6:30–8:45PM
Buffet-style vegetarian meal served
This program if free of charge, although donations are welcomed
(tax-deductible receipts available)

NAACP Youth & College Division
“ALL IN FOR JUSTICE AND EQUALITY”

Learn to safely and effectively interact with law enforcement. Learn how to restore your rights.Learn about gang diversion and legal services. Learn about civil rights education opportunities. Learn about laws and policing policies that coule affect you.

Education vendors and Community agencies will be there as well.

FREE FOOD FUN ENTERTAINMENT MENTORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES RAFFLE WITH PRIZES

November 8, 2014, 2–4 pm

YMCA of Tucson – 525 N. Bonita Ave.

Contact Angela Wallace 520.808.8759 Please RSVP to attend

Sponsorships also available; Please call for more information

VISION

A nonviolent society of individuals, organizations and institutions that have peace as their organizing principle.

PURPOSE

Connect people and organizations to create a sustainable and just peace now and for generations to come.

MISSION

Create peace-inspiring projects and events to model cooperative alliance-building and to promote peace-based organizations and nonviolent strategies.