Peace Education Program

  1. PeaceCasters is a multicultural leadership group of youth, ages 12 – 17 who use their skills in peacemaking, communication and teamwork to develop short form videos that reflect Peace Education’s teachings and values around conflict resolution, respect for diversity and prejudice reduction. The PeaceCasters mission is to empower youth to explore messages of peace and cooperation through digital media. Core to our program is equipping young people to appreciate and explore peace and diversity in their own communities and to create related videos in their own unique voices.

    Brandyn Bailey was born and raised in Louisville, KY. He grew up as an avid athlete and artist. Brandyn attended DuPont Manual High School as well as Youth Performing Arts School. Brandyn’s prior experience comes from Western Kentucky University’s Office of Diversity Programs. He received his bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism, master’s degree in communication and a graduate certificate in organizational leadership from Western Kentucky University. He served on the Communication Staff for Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, and he is now the Youth Engagement and Communications Liaison for Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods. Brandyn works with youth in various high schools and his church. Brandyn’s passion lies in advancing the quality of life for Black men and boys. Brandyn aims to help Black and men and boys tell their stories to uplift others.

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  2. The PeaceCasters “Making Media That Matters” project is profiling youth working to create a better world. They recently sat down with Frances Rippy of ChooseWell to talk about their Thrive Walk. Here is their interview.

    PeaceCasters is a multicultural leadership group of youth, ages 12 – 17 who use their skills in peacemaking, communication and teamwork to develop short form videos that reflect Peace Education’s teachings and values around conflict resolution, respect for diversity and prejudice reduction. The PeaceCasters mission is to empower youth to explore messages of peace and cooperation through digital media. Core to our program is equipping young people to appreciate and explore peace and diversity in their own communities and to create related videos in their own unique voices.

    ChooseWell Communities exists to be a catalyst for piloting compassionate and socially innovative responses to our community’s most pressing health-related challenges. ChooseWell’s active project – Project Thrive – holds a vision of a Compassionate City where every family with a child under the age of three thrives in a home free from active substance misuse.
    See more at choose-well.org

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  3. The PeaceCasters “Making Media That Matters” project is profiling youth working to create a better world. They recently sat down with community activist and artist Marcos Morales. Here is their interview.

    PeaceCasters is a multicultural leadership group of youth, ages 12 – 17 who use their skills in peacemaking, communication and teamwork to develop short form videos that reflect Peace Education’s teachings and values around conflict resolution, respect for diversity and prejudice reduction. The PeaceCasters mission is to empower youth to explore messages of peace and cooperation through digital media. Core to our program is equipping young people to appreciate and explore peace and diversity in their own communities and to create related videos in their own unique voices.

    ChooseWell Communities exists to be a catalyst for piloting compassionate and socially innovative responses to our community’s most pressing health-related challenges.
    choose-well.org

    ChooseWell’s active project – Project Thrive – holds a vision of a Compassionate City where every family with a child under the age of three thrives in a home free from active
    substance misuse.

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  4. The PeaceCasters created these short videos to celebrate diversity and peaceful response to conflict at Peace Education's 2017 summer camp.
    PeaceCasters is a multicultural leadership group of youth, ages 12 – 17 who use their skills in peacemaking, communication and teamwork to develop short form videos that reflect Peace Education’s teachings and values around conflict resolution, respect for diversity and prejudice reduction. The PeaceCasters mission is to empower youth to explore messages of peace and cooperation through digital media. Core to our program is equipping young people to appreciate and explore peace and diversity in their own communities and to create related videos in their own unique voices.

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  5. The PeaceCasters “Making Media That Matters” project is profiling youth working to create a better world. They recently sat down with Kate Barnett a volunteer with Choose Well communities. Here is their interview.

    PeaceCasters is a multicultural leadership group of youth, ages 12 – 17 who use their skills in peacemaking, communication and teamwork to develop short form videos that reflect Peace Education’s teachings and values around conflict resolution, respect for diversity and prejudice reduction. The PeaceCasters mission is to empower youth to explore messages of peace and cooperation through digital media. Core to our program is equipping young people to appreciate and explore peace and diversity in their own communities and to create related videos in their own unique voices.

    Kate Barnett volunteers with Choose Well Communities which exists to be a catalyst for piloting compassionate and socially innovative responses to our community’s most pressing health-related challenges. ChooseWell’s active project – Project Thrive – holds a vision of a Compassionate City where every family with a child under the age of three thrives in a home free from active substance misuse.

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Peace Education Program

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Established in 1982. the Peace Education Program strengthens communities and schools by training youth and adults to build and sustain positive relationships. We do this by providing learning experiences to reduce violence, enhance personal integrity…


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Established in 1982. the Peace Education Program strengthens communities and schools by training youth and adults to build and sustain positive relationships. We do this by providing learning experiences to reduce violence, enhance personal integrity and foster mutual respect. We offer expert trainings in conflict resolution, peer mediation and prejudice reduction.

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