In March, the Government Accounting Office (GAO) released the results of a study showing that black students, boys, and students with disabilities were disproportionately disciplined.
For decades Diana Wege has been visiting schools, advocating for gun control, meeting Congressional leaders on Capitol Hill and studying what can be done to end violence in our schools and teach children how to live without conflict.
This September 21, on International Peace Day, WOVEN, its allies, and citizens of New York City will gather and join hands forming a Circle of Peace around a Church, a Synagogue and a Mosque to symbolize solidarity, unity, and resistance. Please join us.
Our Circle of Peace begins 5:30 pm tonight at 96th Street and Lexington beside Samuel Seabury Playground. WOVEN representatives will be there early to guide you on where to go, so be sure to get there on time for the full experience!
On Thursday, January 19, 2017, we will be forming our Circle of Peace at 5:30 pm beginning at a historic playground at Lexington and 96th Street. Samuel Seabury Playground honors the late Judge Samuel Seabury (1873-1958), a renowned public servant.
Please join us Thursday, January 19, 5:30pm at 96th Street and Lexington beside Samuel Seabury Playground as we form a Circle of Peace. Let’s gather together the night before the Presidential Inauguration, and stand for peace in New York City. We will join hands in an effort to form a more compassionate and understanding world. We […]