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Sat 10/20; Sat 10/27; Wed 10/31: Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF 2018
Volunteers needed!

Sat 10/20; Sat 10/27; Wed 10/31:

Volunteers needed: Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF 2018!
In 2017, our UNICEF committee working with 18 neighborhood schools and doing local outreach focussed on the Park Slope Halloween Parade raised $23,185 for much-needed funds for UNICEF. Join us to make this year’s campaign even better!
Volunteers are needed:
Sat 10/20: 10 am to 12 noon, 12 noon to 2 pm, 2 pm to 4 pm
Sat 10/27: 10 am to 12 noon, 12 noon to 2 pm, 2 pm to 4 pm
Wed 10/31: 3 pm to 5 pm, 5 pm to 7 pm
Please help! Email unicef@brooklynpeace.org to let Monroe Allison, UNICEF Coordinator, know when you will be available, and for specific location.

Refugees and Immigrants Are Welcome Here!
Join our poster campaign!

Poster

Refugees and Immigrants Are Welcome Here!
Join our campaign to get this poster up in stores near where you live.
This campaign is symbolic of our resistance to the Trump regime, and is especially important at this time in creating a climate of public opinion.  See recent coverage of the poster campaign on News12 Brooklyn.
Email fortgreenepeace@gmail.com to join a team from Fort Greene Peace to help in Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, and Bed-Stuy
OR pick up posters in the Brooklyn For Peace office (388 Atlantic Ave) to put up in YOUR neighborhood.
E-mail bfp@brooklynpeace.org or call 718-624-5921 to arrange a time when office will be open.

Wed, 11/7, 6:30 PM: Tales from the Vault: Brooklyn for Peace

Wed, Nov 7, 6:30 pm
$5 / Free for Members
Reserve Tickets>>

Founded amid the tensions of the Cold War, Brooklyn for Peace is an organization known for its involvement in local, national, and international political issues including nuclear disarmament, military recruitment, and more. Join two members of our library staff, Maggie Schreiner and Laura Juliano, as they share BGP’s 30-year history through their vast archival collections spanning 200 grassroots movements, which were recently cataloged and made available in the Othmer Library.