Visions of Peace Festival 2013

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Friday, June 7, 2013 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Visions of Peace Graphic 2013

Visions of Peace Graphic 2013

What is your Vision of Peace?

Visions of Peace at the Crossroads 2013 Festival

In the Crossroads Art District  at the parking lot south of 1811 Baltimore, KCMO 

Music, Performance, Spoken Word, Art and more including music by:

* Nicolette Page, uniquely combining multiple genres of music from folk, reggae and R & B to soul;
* Bob and Diana Suckiel, playing "old time" music, blues, spirituals and a few topical broadsides; and 
* Streetlevel Uprising, with explosive socially conscious lyrics in a blend of reggae, rock and a laid back groove. 

and poetry and spoken word by:

Glenn North, Janey Harris, Paul Goldman and Elston Jeffers 

and performance pieces by:

Midwest InterPlay and Bro John Anderson

This year we will also have performances by youth participating in AFSC’s “If I Could Change the World” Spoken Word Project!

Join us in the “Lend Us Your Hands for Peace” art project, peace parade, enjoy the performances, and learn what you can do from dozens of social change groups! 

The event is organized by the American Friends Service Committee. We thank the following organizations for supporting the Visions of Peace Festival.  Co-sponsors: ArtsTech, Central Baptist Theological Seminary, GKC Interfaith Council, KKFI, Leela Village, Midwest InterPlay, PeaceWorks, KC, St. Marks Hope and Peace Church, The Rime Center; Endorsers: Disciples Peace Fellowship, Grace Covenant Kairos, Keeler Women¹s Center, Lawrence Coalition for Peace & Justice, MO Association of Social Welfare MO NOW; Tablers: Action Committee For Social Change, Aim4Peace, Bahia Community, Bradley Manning Support Group, Brotherhood for Children, Cherith Brook, Consolidated Social Work Services, Cross Border Network, Cultural Crossroads, MO Jobs with Justice, Physicians for Social Responsibility-KC, Veterans for Peace, KCMO Chapter, and United Progressives.

Contact Information: 

For information: Contact the American Friends Service Committee at 816 931-5256 or go to

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