The Peace Piece

Taking Action for Peace Conference PRE-EVENT! International Arts and Peace Festival on Saturday, August 6 at 2:00pm at the Taylor Conservatory

The Taking Action for Peace Conference Planning Committee invites you to join us for a PRE-CONFERENCE event: The International Arts and Peace Festival on Saturday, August 6 at 2:00pm at the Taylor Conservatory and Botanical Gardens located in Heritage Park, 22314 Northline Rd, Taylor, MI 48180. The Festival is a one-day community event dedicated to […]

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Sign up to Volunteer at the Embracing Our Differences Project through the summer

RCAA as a whole, as well as ARC, Peace, and Public Image committees are all actively involved in supporting Embracing our Differences. This is an organization that “uses the transformative power of art to spark discussions on our differences: race, sex, LGBTQ, mental and physical differences and to open our heart to embrace diversity.” Large […]

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The Peace Pole

Rotary Club of Ann Arbor Established A Peace Committee in 2018 Our mission is to work locally and globally for peace, social justice, and the non-violent resolution of conflict.       When choosing a project to meet our mission statement, the Peace Committee members were drawn to planting a Peace Pole.  Peace Poles are an iconic […]

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Ashish Sarkar to Serve on International Board of Directors for Rotary Action Group for Peace

Ashish Sarkar, a Past President and Member of Rotary Club of Ann Arbor since 2003, has been elected to serve a three year term on the International Board of Directors for Rotary Action Group for Peace. The Rotary Action Group for Peace serves as resource to Rotarians, Rotary Clubs and Rotary Districts by supporting the […]

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On Representative John Robert Lewis, C. T. Vivian, and Joseph Lowery

The following presentation was given by member Arthur Williams during our club’s meeting on August 29th, 2020. Good afternoon President Joanne and my fellow Rotarians, it is my pleasure and honor to speak with you on the passing of three iconic civil rights leaders. Representative John Robert Lewis; Reverend C. T. Vivian, and Joseph Lowery. […]

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Statement from Rotary International

In response to the chain of events after the death of George Floyd, Rotary International issued the following statement on June 2, 2020. Statement from Rotary International At Rotary, we have no tolerance for racism. Promoting respect, celebrating diversity, demanding ethical leadership, and working tirelessly to advance peace are central tenets of our work. We […]

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