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.
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.