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21 06, 2019

Summer at PLC

by Kate Owens Summer is a busy time at Peace Learning Center! Summer means it’s time for Peacebuilders camp! One of our most prominent summer programs is Peacebuilders Camp. Peacebuilders Camp takes place from May-July and often focuses on issues like teambuilding, conflict resolution, mindfulness and building communication skills.

18 06, 2019

June 2019 Donor Thank You

Join us in thanking last month's donors: Jill Curtis Kathleen Cleary Joanna Green Elizabeth Christ Amanda Blackburn Sylvia Graves William Krieble Toni Collins Fred & Nancy Nation

17 06, 2019

Meet the Intern: Ramisa Reza

Meet Ramisa Reza! Ramisa is our Special Events and Fundraising Intern for the summer. She is a rising Junior at Purdue University majoring in Public Relations & Strategic Communication, as well as Global Studies.   What brought you to Peace Learning Center? I aspire to a career in the non-profit

10 06, 2019

Meet the Intern: Sara Hafyane

Meet Sara Hafyane! Sara is one of our Youth Program Interns for the summer. She is going into her fourth year at IUPUI. She is studying Environmental Policy and Sustainable Management with a minor in Geography. What brought you to the Peace Learning Center? I've always been interested in

31 05, 2019

AMPLIFY Youth Summit Recap

by Kate Owens On May 21st, Peace Learning Center hosted 150 students in downtown Indianapolis at the Athenaeum for the 4th annual youth symposium. This year’s theme was Amplify: Harnessing the Power of Youth Voice. This event, presented by PLC in collaboration with the Indiana Division of Mental Health

15 05, 2019

Meet the Intern: Kate Owens

HI! I’m Kate Owens and I’m this summer’s Marketing and Communications intern at Peace Learning Center! I’m currently a senior at IU Lily School of Philanthropy. Majoring in philanthropic studies allows me to learn about the history of philanthropy and theories to be effective as well as the tangible

18 04, 2019

April 2019 Donor Thank You

Join us in thanking last month's donors: Elizabeth Christ Kathleen Cleary David Falls Joanna Green Stacy Robinson Erin Tanner Dr. James and Linda Trippi

18 04, 2019

Social Justice Leadership Camp Taking Applications

by Clare Wildhack-Nolan Social Justice Leadership Camp for 2019 is now taking applications! We cannot wait to meet the new leaders who will arrive at camp. Each summer it has been amazing to facilitate and get to know the bright, powerful youth who come to camp. Each day is

20 03, 2019

Remembering the Village

by Naeemah Jackson, Family Programs Director Stereotypes are misleading. Stereotypes are harmful. Stereotypes are incredibly counter-productive, and they can be anathema to the truth of a person, and/or a group of people. Even city zip codes can reinforce negative stereotyping of the people who live within these boundaries. High

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