Know Your Peace

We will work for peace in our lives.
We will insist on respect for ourselves and for others.
We will watch out for each other.
We will not tolerate violence.
We will demonstrate acceptance for all.
We will listen and share.
This is how we work for peace.

That's a Good Question!

This kid at school keeps calling this other guy names. He makes sure that there is a group around, and gets everybody laughing. I think it's mean, but I don't know how to stop it. What should I do?
Standing up for others can be hard, but is always worthwhile. If you feel comfortable, when you see this happen you could tell the group that everybody has a right to respect. You could also make a little time to reassure the victim in private that there are good people, and some people just haven't learned how important it is to show respect to everyone.

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In our communities, there are many things you can do to get together with others to work and play in peace. Please visit the News and Events page for updates. Here are some other ideas:

  • Join our Youth Community Action Team after school every Tuesday from 3:30- 5:30 pm call 352-521-3358 and ask for Chyna or Morgan; they will be more than happy to help you! Check out the News and the event page for more details.
  • Volunteer Opportunities- Do you need volunteer hours for school or scholarships? We have loads of activities to get you involved. Call 352-521-3358 and ask for Michelle; she'll hook you up!

It isn’t enough to talk about peace. One must believe in it. And it isn’t enough to believe in it. One must work at it.

Eleanor Roosevelt