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Sep
19
Thu
2019
Wilmington Peacekeepers Vigil
Sep 19 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Weekly vigil at the site of the latest violence in Wilmington.

Check here or FB for the next location.

Founded in 2008, the Wilmington Peacekeepers is a multi-denominational, God-centered, ethnically diverse group of men and women who have come together in an earnest effort to reclaim individuals and society from the brink of catastrophe. First and foremost, The Peacekeepers are out to set things right with God, society and relationships. To accomplish this, we are working toward the following ten points:

#1 –A Spiritual Awakening
Based on an unwavering belief in God, and respect and love for Him.

#2 –Righteousness & Personal Moral Responsibility
A moral transformation of society.

#3 — Safer Streets
Through a real re-education in crime.

#4 –Unity
Forming Coalitions of all groups, all Peoples and races, and all religions.

#5 — Parental Responsibility
Challenging parents, men in particular, to properly raise their children.

#6 — Re-education & awareness
Raising the social, political and cultural consciousness.

#7 — Resources for the Community
Using them wisely to bring restorative action,

#8 –Improved Police Relationship
Striving for a better, two-way relationship, marked by mutual respect.

#9 — Drug Counseling, Prevention
Stamping out the plague of drug addiction

#10 — Mentoring Programs
Targeting men especially to get involved.

 

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Sep
23
Mon
2019
WIT monthly meeting @ Woodlawn Library
Sep 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Monthly meeting focuses on welcoming new members, planning up-coming events, and sharing reports from the Working Group meetings and recent events.  If you are interested in learning more about WIT, and sorting out how you can become involved in a way that interests you, this is great place to begin!  Open to all.  Bring a friend or two!Wilmington In Transition: Sustainable, Local Living WIT-color-logo-small

Sep
26
Thu
2019
Wilmington Peacekeepers Vigil
Sep 26 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Weekly vigil at the site of the latest violence in Wilmington.

Check here or FB for the next location.

Founded in 2008, the Wilmington Peacekeepers is a multi-denominational, God-centered, ethnically diverse group of men and women who have come together in an earnest effort to reclaim individuals and society from the brink of catastrophe. First and foremost, The Peacekeepers are out to set things right with God, society and relationships. To accomplish this, we are working toward the following ten points:

#1 –A Spiritual Awakening
Based on an unwavering belief in God, and respect and love for Him.

#2 –Righteousness & Personal Moral Responsibility
A moral transformation of society.

#3 — Safer Streets
Through a real re-education in crime.

#4 –Unity
Forming Coalitions of all groups, all Peoples and races, and all religions.

#5 — Parental Responsibility
Challenging parents, men in particular, to properly raise their children.

#6 — Re-education & awareness
Raising the social, political and cultural consciousness.

#7 — Resources for the Community
Using them wisely to bring restorative action,

#8 –Improved Police Relationship
Striving for a better, two-way relationship, marked by mutual respect.

#9 — Drug Counseling, Prevention
Stamping out the plague of drug addiction

#10 — Mentoring Programs
Targeting men especially to get involved.

 

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Oct
3
Thu
2019
Wilmington Peacekeepers Vigil
Oct 3 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Weekly vigil at the site of the latest violence in Wilmington.

Check here or FB for the next location.

Founded in 2008, the Wilmington Peacekeepers is a multi-denominational, God-centered, ethnically diverse group of men and women who have come together in an earnest effort to reclaim individuals and society from the brink of catastrophe. First and foremost, The Peacekeepers are out to set things right with God, society and relationships. To accomplish this, we are working toward the following ten points:

#1 –A Spiritual Awakening
Based on an unwavering belief in God, and respect and love for Him.

#2 –Righteousness & Personal Moral Responsibility
A moral transformation of society.

#3 — Safer Streets
Through a real re-education in crime.

#4 –Unity
Forming Coalitions of all groups, all Peoples and races, and all religions.

#5 — Parental Responsibility
Challenging parents, men in particular, to properly raise their children.

#6 — Re-education & awareness
Raising the social, political and cultural consciousness.

#7 — Resources for the Community
Using them wisely to bring restorative action,

#8 –Improved Police Relationship
Striving for a better, two-way relationship, marked by mutual respect.

#9 — Drug Counseling, Prevention
Stamping out the plague of drug addiction

#10 — Mentoring Programs
Targeting men especially to get involved.

 

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Oct
10
Thu
2019
Faith Leaders Interfaith Group meeting @ Trinity Episcopal Church
Oct 10 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

second Thursday of each month at Trinity Episcopal Church from 11:30 to 1:00.

 

http://www.episcopalchurch.org/parish/trinity-episcopal-parish-wilmington-de

 

 

Wilmington Peacekeepers Vigil
Oct 10 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Weekly vigil at the site of the latest violence in Wilmington.

Check here or FB for the next location.

Founded in 2008, the Wilmington Peacekeepers is a multi-denominational, God-centered, ethnically diverse group of men and women who have come together in an earnest effort to reclaim individuals and society from the brink of catastrophe. First and foremost, The Peacekeepers are out to set things right with God, society and relationships. To accomplish this, we are working toward the following ten points:

#1 –A Spiritual Awakening
Based on an unwavering belief in God, and respect and love for Him.

#2 –Righteousness & Personal Moral Responsibility
A moral transformation of society.

#3 — Safer Streets
Through a real re-education in crime.

#4 –Unity
Forming Coalitions of all groups, all Peoples and races, and all religions.

#5 — Parental Responsibility
Challenging parents, men in particular, to properly raise their children.

#6 — Re-education & awareness
Raising the social, political and cultural consciousness.

#7 — Resources for the Community
Using them wisely to bring restorative action,

#8 –Improved Police Relationship
Striving for a better, two-way relationship, marked by mutual respect.

#9 — Drug Counseling, Prevention
Stamping out the plague of drug addiction

#10 — Mentoring Programs
Targeting men especially to get involved.

 

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Oct
11
Fri
2019
Down to Earth Food Cooperative’s April Community Dinner! @ Community Room at Newark Natural Foods
Oct 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

You are invited to join us for the
Down to Earth Food Cooperative’s
April Community Dinner!

When: Friday, April 14 from 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Where: Community Room at Newark Natural Foods (230 East Main Street)
Speaker: Professor Lindsay Naylor from the College of the Earth, Ocean, and Enviornment at UD

Join us for a meal, speaker, and a chance to connect with your community! Professor Lindsay Naylor will discuss her work on food and agricultural production as a lens to examine power relations and resistance as they relate to capitalist-driven economic development.

Please bring a locally-sourced, vegetarian dish to share. If you cannot bring a dish, we suggest a $5 donation to DTE. To encourage sustainability, please bring your own tupperware and utensils to eat with!

Parking is available in the shopping center; however, we encourage you to bike, walk, or carpool if possible.

You can RSVP for the dinner at the link listed below. There is also a link to the event page on Facebook!

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Oct
17
Thu
2019
Wilmington Peacekeepers Vigil
Oct 17 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Weekly vigil at the site of the latest violence in Wilmington.

Check here or FB for the next location.

Founded in 2008, the Wilmington Peacekeepers is a multi-denominational, God-centered, ethnically diverse group of men and women who have come together in an earnest effort to reclaim individuals and society from the brink of catastrophe. First and foremost, The Peacekeepers are out to set things right with God, society and relationships. To accomplish this, we are working toward the following ten points:

#1 –A Spiritual Awakening
Based on an unwavering belief in God, and respect and love for Him.

#2 –Righteousness & Personal Moral Responsibility
A moral transformation of society.

#3 — Safer Streets
Through a real re-education in crime.

#4 –Unity
Forming Coalitions of all groups, all Peoples and races, and all religions.

#5 — Parental Responsibility
Challenging parents, men in particular, to properly raise their children.

#6 — Re-education & awareness
Raising the social, political and cultural consciousness.

#7 — Resources for the Community
Using them wisely to bring restorative action,

#8 –Improved Police Relationship
Striving for a better, two-way relationship, marked by mutual respect.

#9 — Drug Counseling, Prevention
Stamping out the plague of drug addiction

#10 — Mentoring Programs
Targeting men especially to get involved.

 

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Oct
24
Thu
2019
Wilmington Peacekeepers Vigil
Oct 24 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Weekly vigil at the site of the latest violence in Wilmington.

Check here or FB for the next location.

Founded in 2008, the Wilmington Peacekeepers is a multi-denominational, God-centered, ethnically diverse group of men and women who have come together in an earnest effort to reclaim individuals and society from the brink of catastrophe. First and foremost, The Peacekeepers are out to set things right with God, society and relationships. To accomplish this, we are working toward the following ten points:

#1 –A Spiritual Awakening
Based on an unwavering belief in God, and respect and love for Him.

#2 –Righteousness & Personal Moral Responsibility
A moral transformation of society.

#3 — Safer Streets
Through a real re-education in crime.

#4 –Unity
Forming Coalitions of all groups, all Peoples and races, and all religions.

#5 — Parental Responsibility
Challenging parents, men in particular, to properly raise their children.

#6 — Re-education & awareness
Raising the social, political and cultural consciousness.

#7 — Resources for the Community
Using them wisely to bring restorative action,

#8 –Improved Police Relationship
Striving for a better, two-way relationship, marked by mutual respect.

#9 — Drug Counseling, Prevention
Stamping out the plague of drug addiction

#10 — Mentoring Programs
Targeting men especially to get involved.

 

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Oct
28
Mon
2019
WIT monthly meeting @ Woodlawn Library
Oct 28 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Monthly meeting focuses on welcoming new members, planning up-coming events, and sharing reports from the Working Group meetings and recent events.  If you are interested in learning more about WIT, and sorting out how you can become involved in a way that interests you, this is great place to begin!  Open to all.  Bring a friend or two!Wilmington In Transition: Sustainable, Local Living WIT-color-logo-small

Oct
31
Thu
2019
Wilmington Peacekeepers Vigil
Oct 31 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Weekly vigil at the site of the latest violence in Wilmington.

Check here or FB for the next location.

Founded in 2008, the Wilmington Peacekeepers is a multi-denominational, God-centered, ethnically diverse group of men and women who have come together in an earnest effort to reclaim individuals and society from the brink of catastrophe. First and foremost, The Peacekeepers are out to set things right with God, society and relationships. To accomplish this, we are working toward the following ten points:

#1 –A Spiritual Awakening
Based on an unwavering belief in God, and respect and love for Him.

#2 –Righteousness & Personal Moral Responsibility
A moral transformation of society.

#3 — Safer Streets
Through a real re-education in crime.

#4 –Unity
Forming Coalitions of all groups, all Peoples and races, and all religions.

#5 — Parental Responsibility
Challenging parents, men in particular, to properly raise their children.

#6 — Re-education & awareness
Raising the social, political and cultural consciousness.

#7 — Resources for the Community
Using them wisely to bring restorative action,

#8 –Improved Police Relationship
Striving for a better, two-way relationship, marked by mutual respect.

#9 — Drug Counseling, Prevention
Stamping out the plague of drug addiction

#10 — Mentoring Programs
Targeting men especially to get involved.

 

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Nov
7
Thu
2019
Wilmington Peacekeepers Vigil
Nov 7 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Weekly vigil at the site of the latest violence in Wilmington.

Check here or FB for the next location.

Founded in 2008, the Wilmington Peacekeepers is a multi-denominational, God-centered, ethnically diverse group of men and women who have come together in an earnest effort to reclaim individuals and society from the brink of catastrophe. First and foremost, The Peacekeepers are out to set things right with God, society and relationships. To accomplish this, we are working toward the following ten points:

#1 –A Spiritual Awakening
Based on an unwavering belief in God, and respect and love for Him.

#2 –Righteousness & Personal Moral Responsibility
A moral transformation of society.

#3 — Safer Streets
Through a real re-education in crime.

#4 –Unity
Forming Coalitions of all groups, all Peoples and races, and all religions.

#5 — Parental Responsibility
Challenging parents, men in particular, to properly raise their children.

#6 — Re-education & awareness
Raising the social, political and cultural consciousness.

#7 — Resources for the Community
Using them wisely to bring restorative action,

#8 –Improved Police Relationship
Striving for a better, two-way relationship, marked by mutual respect.

#9 — Drug Counseling, Prevention
Stamping out the plague of drug addiction

#10 — Mentoring Programs
Targeting men especially to get involved.

 

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Nov
8
Fri
2019
Down to Earth Food Cooperative’s April Community Dinner! @ Community Room at Newark Natural Foods
Nov 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

You are invited to join us for the
Down to Earth Food Cooperative’s
April Community Dinner!

When: Friday, April 14 from 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Where: Community Room at Newark Natural Foods (230 East Main Street)
Speaker: Professor Lindsay Naylor from the College of the Earth, Ocean, and Enviornment at UD

Join us for a meal, speaker, and a chance to connect with your community! Professor Lindsay Naylor will discuss her work on food and agricultural production as a lens to examine power relations and resistance as they relate to capitalist-driven economic development.

Please bring a locally-sourced, vegetarian dish to share. If you cannot bring a dish, we suggest a $5 donation to DTE. To encourage sustainability, please bring your own tupperware and utensils to eat with!

Parking is available in the shopping center; however, we encourage you to bike, walk, or carpool if possible.

You can RSVP for the dinner at the link listed below. There is also a link to the event page on Facebook!

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Nov
14
Thu
2019
Faith Leaders Interfaith Group meeting @ Trinity Episcopal Church
Nov 14 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

second Thursday of each month at Trinity Episcopal Church from 11:30 to 1:00.

 

http://www.episcopalchurch.org/parish/trinity-episcopal-parish-wilmington-de

 

 

Wilmington Peacekeepers Vigil
Nov 14 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Weekly vigil at the site of the latest violence in Wilmington.

Check here or FB for the next location.

Founded in 2008, the Wilmington Peacekeepers is a multi-denominational, God-centered, ethnically diverse group of men and women who have come together in an earnest effort to reclaim individuals and society from the brink of catastrophe. First and foremost, The Peacekeepers are out to set things right with God, society and relationships. To accomplish this, we are working toward the following ten points:

#1 –A Spiritual Awakening
Based on an unwavering belief in God, and respect and love for Him.

#2 –Righteousness & Personal Moral Responsibility
A moral transformation of society.

#3 — Safer Streets
Through a real re-education in crime.

#4 –Unity
Forming Coalitions of all groups, all Peoples and races, and all religions.

#5 — Parental Responsibility
Challenging parents, men in particular, to properly raise their children.

#6 — Re-education & awareness
Raising the social, political and cultural consciousness.

#7 — Resources for the Community
Using them wisely to bring restorative action,

#8 –Improved Police Relationship
Striving for a better, two-way relationship, marked by mutual respect.

#9 — Drug Counseling, Prevention
Stamping out the plague of drug addiction

#10 — Mentoring Programs
Targeting men especially to get involved.

 

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Nov
21
Thu
2019
Wilmington Peacekeepers Vigil
Nov 21 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Weekly vigil at the site of the latest violence in Wilmington.

Check here or FB for the next location.

Founded in 2008, the Wilmington Peacekeepers is a multi-denominational, God-centered, ethnically diverse group of men and women who have come together in an earnest effort to reclaim individuals and society from the brink of catastrophe. First and foremost, The Peacekeepers are out to set things right with God, society and relationships. To accomplish this, we are working toward the following ten points:

#1 –A Spiritual Awakening
Based on an unwavering belief in God, and respect and love for Him.

#2 –Righteousness & Personal Moral Responsibility
A moral transformation of society.

#3 — Safer Streets
Through a real re-education in crime.

#4 –Unity
Forming Coalitions of all groups, all Peoples and races, and all religions.

#5 — Parental Responsibility
Challenging parents, men in particular, to properly raise their children.

#6 — Re-education & awareness
Raising the social, political and cultural consciousness.

#7 — Resources for the Community
Using them wisely to bring restorative action,

#8 –Improved Police Relationship
Striving for a better, two-way relationship, marked by mutual respect.

#9 — Drug Counseling, Prevention
Stamping out the plague of drug addiction

#10 — Mentoring Programs
Targeting men especially to get involved.

 

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Nov
25
Mon
2019
WIT monthly meeting @ Woodlawn Library
Nov 25 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Monthly meeting focuses on welcoming new members, planning up-coming events, and sharing reports from the Working Group meetings and recent events.  If you are interested in learning more about WIT, and sorting out how you can become involved in a way that interests you, this is great place to begin!  Open to all.  Bring a friend or two!Wilmington In Transition: Sustainable, Local Living WIT-color-logo-small

Nov
28
Thu
2019
Wilmington Peacekeepers Vigil
Nov 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Weekly vigil at the site of the latest violence in Wilmington.

Check here or FB for the next location.

Founded in 2008, the Wilmington Peacekeepers is a multi-denominational, God-centered, ethnically diverse group of men and women who have come together in an earnest effort to reclaim individuals and society from the brink of catastrophe. First and foremost, The Peacekeepers are out to set things right with God, society and relationships. To accomplish this, we are working toward the following ten points:

#1 –A Spiritual Awakening
Based on an unwavering belief in God, and respect and love for Him.

#2 –Righteousness & Personal Moral Responsibility
A moral transformation of society.

#3 — Safer Streets
Through a real re-education in crime.

#4 –Unity
Forming Coalitions of all groups, all Peoples and races, and all religions.

#5 — Parental Responsibility
Challenging parents, men in particular, to properly raise their children.

#6 — Re-education & awareness
Raising the social, political and cultural consciousness.

#7 — Resources for the Community
Using them wisely to bring restorative action,

#8 –Improved Police Relationship
Striving for a better, two-way relationship, marked by mutual respect.

#9 — Drug Counseling, Prevention
Stamping out the plague of drug addiction

#10 — Mentoring Programs
Targeting men especially to get involved.

 

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Dec
5
Thu
2019
Wilmington Peacekeepers Vigil
Dec 5 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Weekly vigil at the site of the latest violence in Wilmington.

Check here or FB for the next location.

Founded in 2008, the Wilmington Peacekeepers is a multi-denominational, God-centered, ethnically diverse group of men and women who have come together in an earnest effort to reclaim individuals and society from the brink of catastrophe. First and foremost, The Peacekeepers are out to set things right with God, society and relationships. To accomplish this, we are working toward the following ten points:

#1 –A Spiritual Awakening
Based on an unwavering belief in God, and respect and love for Him.

#2 –Righteousness & Personal Moral Responsibility
A moral transformation of society.

#3 — Safer Streets
Through a real re-education in crime.

#4 –Unity
Forming Coalitions of all groups, all Peoples and races, and all religions.

#5 — Parental Responsibility
Challenging parents, men in particular, to properly raise their children.

#6 — Re-education & awareness
Raising the social, political and cultural consciousness.

#7 — Resources for the Community
Using them wisely to bring restorative action,

#8 –Improved Police Relationship
Striving for a better, two-way relationship, marked by mutual respect.

#9 — Drug Counseling, Prevention
Stamping out the plague of drug addiction

#10 — Mentoring Programs
Targeting men especially to get involved.

 

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Dec
12
Thu
2019
Faith Leaders Interfaith Group meeting @ Trinity Episcopal Church
Dec 12 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

second Thursday of each month at Trinity Episcopal Church from 11:30 to 1:00.

 

http://www.episcopalchurch.org/parish/trinity-episcopal-parish-wilmington-de

 

 

Wilmington Peacekeepers Vigil
Dec 12 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Weekly vigil at the site of the latest violence in Wilmington.

Check here or FB for the next location.

Founded in 2008, the Wilmington Peacekeepers is a multi-denominational, God-centered, ethnically diverse group of men and women who have come together in an earnest effort to reclaim individuals and society from the brink of catastrophe. First and foremost, The Peacekeepers are out to set things right with God, society and relationships. To accomplish this, we are working toward the following ten points:

#1 –A Spiritual Awakening
Based on an unwavering belief in God, and respect and love for Him.

#2 –Righteousness & Personal Moral Responsibility
A moral transformation of society.

#3 — Safer Streets
Through a real re-education in crime.

#4 –Unity
Forming Coalitions of all groups, all Peoples and races, and all religions.

#5 — Parental Responsibility
Challenging parents, men in particular, to properly raise their children.

#6 — Re-education & awareness
Raising the social, political and cultural consciousness.

#7 — Resources for the Community
Using them wisely to bring restorative action,

#8 –Improved Police Relationship
Striving for a better, two-way relationship, marked by mutual respect.

#9 — Drug Counseling, Prevention
Stamping out the plague of drug addiction

#10 — Mentoring Programs
Targeting men especially to get involved.

 

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Dec
13
Fri
2019
Down to Earth Food Cooperative’s April Community Dinner! @ Community Room at Newark Natural Foods
Dec 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

You are invited to join us for the
Down to Earth Food Cooperative’s
April Community Dinner!

When: Friday, April 14 from 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Where: Community Room at Newark Natural Foods (230 East Main Street)
Speaker: Professor Lindsay Naylor from the College of the Earth, Ocean, and Enviornment at UD

Join us for a meal, speaker, and a chance to connect with your community! Professor Lindsay Naylor will discuss her work on food and agricultural production as a lens to examine power relations and resistance as they relate to capitalist-driven economic development.

Please bring a locally-sourced, vegetarian dish to share. If you cannot bring a dish, we suggest a $5 donation to DTE. To encourage sustainability, please bring your own tupperware and utensils to eat with!

Parking is available in the shopping center; however, we encourage you to bike, walk, or carpool if possible.

You can RSVP for the dinner at the link listed below. There is also a link to the event page on Facebook!

Copyright © 2016 Down to Earth Food Cooperative, all rights reserved.

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Dec
19
Thu
2019
Wilmington Peacekeepers Vigil
Dec 19 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Weekly vigil at the site of the latest violence in Wilmington.

Check here or FB for the next location.

Founded in 2008, the Wilmington Peacekeepers is a multi-denominational, God-centered, ethnically diverse group of men and women who have come together in an earnest effort to reclaim individuals and society from the brink of catastrophe. First and foremost, The Peacekeepers are out to set things right with God, society and relationships. To accomplish this, we are working toward the following ten points:

#1 –A Spiritual Awakening
Based on an unwavering belief in God, and respect and love for Him.

#2 –Righteousness & Personal Moral Responsibility
A moral transformation of society.

#3 — Safer Streets
Through a real re-education in crime.

#4 –Unity
Forming Coalitions of all groups, all Peoples and races, and all religions.

#5 — Parental Responsibility
Challenging parents, men in particular, to properly raise their children.

#6 — Re-education & awareness
Raising the social, political and cultural consciousness.

#7 — Resources for the Community
Using them wisely to bring restorative action,

#8 –Improved Police Relationship
Striving for a better, two-way relationship, marked by mutual respect.

#9 — Drug Counseling, Prevention
Stamping out the plague of drug addiction

#10 — Mentoring Programs
Targeting men especially to get involved.

 

13532925_990322457750539_7132937571255308942_n

Dec
23
Mon
2019
WIT monthly meeting @ Woodlawn Library
Dec 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Monthly meeting focuses on welcoming new members, planning up-coming events, and sharing reports from the Working Group meetings and recent events.  If you are interested in learning more about WIT, and sorting out how you can become involved in a way that interests you, this is great place to begin!  Open to all.  Bring a friend or two!Wilmington In Transition: Sustainable, Local Living WIT-color-logo-small