Next: Peace in Wilmington

It won’t be as big as the climate march, but it may mean more to Wilmington.

March for a Culture of Peace in Wilmington

Saturday, Sept. 27, from 3 to 4:30 p.m.

What can we do about violence in Wilmington? Come together on Saturday to demonstrate your love and build a culture of peace. Help us create a broad community coalition against gun violence.

Meet at Brandywine Park, 18th St. & Baynard Blvd. Wilmington, at 2:45 p.m. Parking is available on nearby streets, and carpools are recommended. At the end of the march, a Call to Action Rally will be held at Brown-Burton Winchester Park (Price’s Run Park), E. 25th & Pine Sts. The route is one mile, and vans will be available to shuttle marchers back to the starting point.

Register to march here. For the route and other information, click here.

Volunteer to help on the day of the march: Email Jeff Lott.

It takes a whole community to build a culture of peace. First Unitarian Church’s Social Justice Forum is a principal organizer of this event; we’re partners with Wilmington Peacekeepers, Delaware Pacem in Terris and more than 40 other churches and community groups.



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