Walla Walla University: Peace Week 2018

Walla Walla University is hosting another peace week, and APF Board Member Dr. Olive Hemmings is the key speaker on Monday, January 15. Her presentation is titled, "Our Common Suffering, Our Common Hope." On Saturday, January 20, APF Board Chair Dr. Pedrito Maynard-Reid will conclude the peace week by participating in a panel discussion.

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Monday, January 15 | 11:00 AM | University Church

Olive Hemmings: Our Common
Suffering, Our Common Hope

Monday, January 15 | 4 PM | Reid Center Whitman Campus
“MLK March.”
Remember the life and activism of Martin Luther King, Jr. with Whitman students.
(Community Credit Available)

Tuesday, January 16 | 7:30 PM | ADM 117
I Am Not Your Negro: James Baldwin Documentary & Discussion
Watch and discuss the life and impact of writer James Baldwin with Timothy Golden
& Kellie Bond.
Pegasus Club Recruitment Event

Wednesday, January 17 | 6:30 PM | Black Box Theater
Privilege Walk
Find Where You Stand
Hosted by Social Work Club with food by APIC
(2 Worship Credits Available)

Thursday, January 18 | 6 PM | PML Reference Room
Onions, Wine, and Immigrants: Justice for the Sojourner
Panel discussion with Mariela Rosas, Mary Aparicio, Aaron Brobow-Strain,
and Jody Washburn
Hosted by Theology Club with food by Global Service
(Colloquium Credit available for Social Work, Sociology,
History, Theology, Psychology & English Departments)

Friday, January 19 | 8-11 AM | Admin & Chan Shun Stairs
Coffee & Constitution Handout
Hosted by Amnesty & History Clubs

Friday, January 19 | 9:30 PM | SAC
WWJD: How can I Be a Peacekeeper?
Hosted by Black Students Christian Forum Club
(2 Worship Credit Available)

Saturday, January 20 | 10:30 AM | Canaday 105
Practical Peacemaking
Panel Discussion with Pedrito Maynard-Reid, Derek Glatts, Susan Smith, Katie Pekar;
moderated by Terrie Aamodt.


Peace Week 2016 -- Report

Peace Week 2016 -- Promo