Thanks to the following grantors and partners for their continued support:
Central Indiana Community Foundation, Lilly Endowment, Samerian Foundation, Indy Parks & Recreation, the City of Indianapolis
VOLUNTEER OF THE MONTH
Lesly Jaqueline Olivarez first joined the PLC family as a part of the Social Justice Leadership Camp in 2019. She has stayed in touch and has been a motivating member of the group, staying active in social justice organizing and leadership work. This summer she is volunteering with us by co-creating and facilitating the Social Justice Leadership Workshop series we are offering teens. Her power, intellect, positive attitude, and keen ability to engage people of all ages in work for social justice is inspiring.
Thank you Lesly for sharing your commitment, time, and skills with us!
If you are interested in learning more about how to volunteer or intern at Peace Learning Center please contact Director of Engagement, Jay Horan, at
THE POWER OF YOUTH
Typically our summer includes a two-week Social Justice Leadership Camp for teens. This summer, with Covid-19 we adapted camp to adjust to meet the needs of teens. Facilitator-Coordinator, Clare Wildhack-Nolan talks about the Power of youth, now and always. Read more.
EQUITY LITERACY FRAMEWORK TRAINING
On August 5 & 6th Peace Learning Center will be hosting Paul Gorski of the Equity Literacy Institute for an Equity Literacy Framework Training, a comprehensive approach for creating and sustaining equitable schools. Spots are limited. Registration is $200.
VIRTUAL UNDERSTANDING & INTERRUPTING MICROAGGRESSIONS, August 12
Microaggressions are all around us. Please join Peace Learning Center for this 2-hour workshop where participants will define the term, its history and impact, and build awareness of microaggressions in daily life.