Since 2001, the City of Greenbelt has been celebrating Peace Month. In an effort to raise awareness and promote peace and non-violence in the community, the city works with the Prince George’s Peace & Justice Coalition to host a number of events throughout the month.
Events remaining during the 2012 Peace Month include:
Sunday, June 10
Bikes for the World – The Baha’i Community of Greenbelt is accepting donations of used bicycles for developing countries from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the parking lot behind the .
Anti-Bullying Awareness and Teen Dating Violence Awareness – Eleanor Roosevelt’s High School’s Students Against Drunk Driving chapter will distribute education information in .
Friday, June 15
Greenbelt Writers' Group – A peace-themed event will take place at 7:30 p.m. at the .
Monday, June 18
Why We Fight – the will screen this 2006 Eugene Jareki documentary on the military-industrial complex leading the nation into war at 7 p.m.