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Peace Education Center to honor local Peacemakers: Dr. David Wiley
Saturday, 19 May 2018
4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
University United Methodist Church, Harrison Road
African Studies Center
Event Details:

The Peace Education Center will present 8 local students with the organization's Peacemaker Award and long-time peace activist, Dr. David Wiley will be honored with the organization's Lifetime Peacemaker Award. The event will be held this Saturday, May 19th, 4-6pm at the University United Methodist Church on Harrison Road in East Lansing, and is open to the public. For more details, please see the attached flyer or click the link

Dr. David Wiley was the long-time director of MSU's African Studies Center and co-founder and leader of the Concerned African Scholars Association.  He also led local efforts to end apartheid in South Africa.  He is active with Edgewood United Chruch's Justice and Peace Team, the Greater Lansing United Nations Association, and the Friends Committee on National Legislation Advocacy Team.

"We hope these awards serve to thank those who stood for their beliefs and inspire them and others to know that working toward a better world does not go unnoticed."--PEC co-chair, Terry Link

The gathering starts with a potluck social and everyone is welcome to come and bring a dish to share.