The recent events in Afghanistan highlight the need for peace and the UK to stop invading other countries. Our military actions in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya have all been disastrous. And, as Derby’s Peace Week key statements indicate: peace comes with justice and operates at different levels – from community to global.
Derby Peace Week has an exciting programme of events.
Please circulate to your members/friends.
DERBY PEACE WEEK 18-25 SEPT 2021
Sat 18 Sept 2.00 -4.00pm Talk by Ian Fairlie on “Nuclear colonialism” Derby Multi-Faith Centre
Sun 19 Sept 12noon -5.00pm. Cathedral Green,Derby Meet your neighbour by Maison Foo & Friends
Sun 19 Sept 5pm Stand Up To Racism, Zoom, Racism and sport
Mon 20 Sept evening QUAD Film “The Great Dictator” by Charlie Chaplin
Tues 21 Sept 2.00 -4.00pm QUAD workshop on “Violence to women” with the Police & Crime Commissioner for Derbyshire (Angelique Foster), local activists Sonya Robotham & Vanessa Boon
Tues 21 Sept evening QUAD Film “The Tinderbox” with Q&A by the Director Gillian Mosely
Wed 22 Sept Artcore (3 Charnwood St, Derby) 11.00 am -1.00pm Workshop on What does Peace mean to you?
Wed 22 Sept 3pm Peace Walk from St Thomas’s Church (Pear Tree Road, Derby DE23 8NQ)
Thurs 23 Sept 7.30pm Derby Market Place Marquee “Drum and Dance Workshop and World Music DJ set with DJ Su-Ki”
Fri 24 Sept QUAD Exhibition by Black Trans artist Danielle Braithwaite-Shirly, which includes elements of Black slave history, Black Trans identity and LGBTQ+ issues
Sat 25 Sept 4.30pm Peace Concert featuring Hannah White at St Peters Centre, Derby. Tickets from Derby Live
See Derby Peoples Diary (www.derbypeoplesdiary.org) or the Facebook page for more details including contact e-mails/phone numbers and if places need to be booked. Any changes/additions will be on the Facebook page.