WNC 4 Peace launches month of activities with showing of Inside Peace

Press release from WNC4Peace:

Kicking off a month of activities to raise awareness of the importance of practicing peace, Grail Moviehouse, 45 South French Broad St., in downtown Asheville presents Inside Peace on Saturday, August 20, at 12 noon..
This award winning documentary follows a group of inmates during hard time in a Texas prison as they embark on a journey of person discovery while struggling with society’s roadblocks and dangers as they prepare to enter a world that has labeled them as permanent problems despite having served their sentences.
More information about the movie is available at http://insidepeacemovie.com/.
Other events to follow will be:

 an ongoing competition of Students Art for Peace, which calls for entries of essays, artwork, poetry and videos with messages of peace due September 7,

Authors Speak Peace featuring DeWayne Barton, Cecil Bothwell, Clare Hanrahan,and Jeff Messer on Sunday, September 18, 2 PM at The Block off Biltmore, 39 South Market St.

A Drumming Circle at Center for Spiritual Living, Tuesday, September 20, 7 PM, 2 Science of the Mind Drive in West Asheville.

For details on all of these events, go to wnc4peace.com or call at 828-412-7897.
About Able Allen
Able studied political science and history at Warren Wilson College. He enjoys travel, dance, games, theater, blacksmithing and the great outdoors. Follow me @AbleLAllen

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