Peace Center

The Lane Peace Center is committed to fostering peace in ourselves, our community, nation and world. The Lane Peace Center is founded on the understanding that peace is rooted in social, economic, political, racial and environmental justice.


SAVE THE DATE!

Lane Peace Center's 8th Annual Symposium,
April 30, 2015

SEEING RED: INDIGENOUS PERSPECTIVES ON PEACE & JUSTICE

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Keynote Speakers:  photo Suzan Harjo

Suzan Shown Harjo

As a member of the Carter Administration and as current president of the Morning Star Institute, Suzan has been a key figure in many important Indian legislative battles, including the passage of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act and the American Indian Religious Freedom Act.

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Dennis MartinezDennis Martinez

Dennis Martinez is Founder and Co- Chair of the Indigenous Peoples' Restoration Network and is Co- Director of the Takelma Intertribal Project. He works internationally with community-based Indigenous Peoples on cultural rights, resource access and protection, climate change, forest restoration, and bridging Western Science with Traditional Ecological Knowledge.

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Recent Presentations

Click an image to watch a video of the Lane Peace Symposium Presentation.

buffalo field campaign     Reese Erlich - Inside Syria      Another Politics      pachamama logo   

Visit the Lane Peace Center video archive where you can watch videos of many of the speakers featured at our previous Peace Symposiums. We will also be live-streaming many of our events.

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Lane Peace Center Video Archive        Live Stream Peace Center Event


Fostering Peace Through Education

Peace Center Poster - Ade, from NigeriaPeace Center poster - Amy, from U.S.A.Peace Center poster - Brijesh, from South Africapeace poster, Christina from philipinespeace poster, Laraib from Pakistanpeace poster - Moustafa from Lebanon

These posters are entries from the Lions International Peace Poster Contest. Click to view larger image. From left to right: Ade from Nigeria, Amy from U.S.A., Brijesh from South Africa, Christina from Philippines, Laraib from Pakistan, Moustafa from Lebanon