Newsletter-Winter 2022

BULLETS TO BOOKS

Jok Talks in America

Jok Abraham Thon and Gail Prensky standing in front of the Gift of Luxembourg.  The Luxembourg government bought and donated it to the United Nations in 1988. The sculpture is a memorial for John Lennon and a symbol against violence and war.

Jok and Bullets to Books Win Youth Peace Prize

Jok Meets the Dalai Lama

 Join Us on May 1st

NEW EFFORTS

The Song of Slavery

This tranquil paradise is the site of a sugar plantation called Annaberg, located in Leinster Bay on St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI). Enslaved people from West Africa were forced to work at Annaberg.  Many tried to escape, jumping into The Narrows.  If they could reach the BVIs, they would be free people.  Some made it, others did not survive the swim.

Juba Digital Storytelling for Peace and Unity

Elijah Cummings Youth Program in Israel

UPCOMING EFFORTS

Hannah's Dance Education Program

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR 
STUDENT AMBASSADORS

Your encouragement keeps us going! 

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