Celebrate Peace with Us

“Peacemakers extending their journey of peace to the next generation”

Sunday, September 21st

Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September. The General Assembly of the United Nations has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples.

In Oklahoma City, we will celebrate Peace Day with a special program at Oklahoma City University featuring:

With performances by singers from the Mercy School and a troupe from the “El Sistema” youth
orchestra of Oklahoma.

Sunday, September 21st — 6:30pm

The Great Hall of the University Center
Oklahoma City University
2501 N. Blackwelder, OKC

This free program is co-sponsored by Joy Mennonite Church, the Oikos Scholars program of Oklahoma City University, the Center for Conscience in Action, the Peace House, the Oklahoma City group of Pax Christi USA, the Respect Diversity Foundation, and by your Oklahoma City chapter of the United Nations Association of the USA.

Ban Ki-moon

“History has shown that, no matter how fierce, conflict can end, peace can prevail and reconciliation can triumph. On 21 September, at concerts around the world — in major cities and small towns, in conflict zones and peaceful communities –- people will broadcast this essential message. They will celebrate the value of human diversity and the strength of our unity. 
“…I urge every peace-loving person to engage with their friends and neighbors, their community organizations and governments. Together, let us demand the right of peoples to peace.”

–Ban Ki-moon

UN Secretary-General

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