2012 Cambridge Peace and Justice Awards • A Lifetime of Peacemaking: Honoring Those Who Guided Us Here
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM Sunday, September 23, 2012
West Cambridge Youth and Community Center, 680 Huron Ave., Cambridge, MA 02138
Brian Corr, firstname.lastname@example.org, 617.349.4694
The Cambridge Peace Commission is excited to announce the recipients of this year’s Peace and Justice Awards – honoring an amazing set of individuals and groups for their contributions to peacemaking in our city – to be presented on Sunday, September 23, 2012 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the West Cambridge Youth Center, 680 Huron Ave., Cambridge.
• Margaret Drury, Cambridge City Clerk, 1992-2012
• Bob Hurlbut, Cambridge Community Foundation
• Ismail Laher, Justice of the Peace
• Eva Martin Blythe, YWCA Cambridge
• José Mateo, Dance for World Community/José Mateo Ballet Theater
• Rep. Alice Wolf, Massachusetts House of Representatives
To Be Recognized Posthumously:
• Les Kimbrough, Cambridge Rindge & Latin School
In addition, the event includes remarks from Rev. Dr. Katherine Ragsdale, President and Dean of the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge.
This year’s theme is “A Lifetime of Peacemaking: Honoring Those Who Guided Us Here.” We hope you will join us in honoring people who have spent their lives in service of peace, social justice, equity, and equality. All of the recipients have worked for peace and have built bridges between and among communities: reaching across perceived divides of neighborhood, ethnicity, gender, race, and class.
To help defray the costs of the event, the suggested donation is $10 for adults and $5 for children. To RSVP send an email to email@example.com or make checks payable to “Cambridge Peace Commission” and mail to: Cambridge Peace Commission, 51 Inman St., Cambridge, MA 02139.
Since 1995, the Cambridge Peace Commission has honored individuals and groups in Cambridge who have worked for peace and justice. Out of more than 25 nominations received this year, the Peace Commission selected five individuals and one group representing the breadth and depth of efforts for peace and justice in our city – from the local to the global – in families, schools, congregations, and neighborhoods.