Mingle with Minni, October 5, 2020

Ohio Non-Violence Week Presents

Mingle with Minni

Monday, October 5, 2020 6-9pm
A contactless, virtual fundraiser to benefit Mahoning Valley Sojourn to the Past

Minnijean Brown Trickey is one of a group of African American teenagers known as the “Little Rock Nine.” On September 25, 1957, under the gaze of 1,200 armed soldiers and a worldwide audience, Minnijean Brown-Trickey faced down an angry mob and helped to desegregate Central High.Minnijean Brown Trickey provides audiences with a fascinating exploration of social change, diversity, and the battle against discrimination and racism. Realistic, but at the same time hopeful, she helps herlisteners to understand both how far we have come from that fateful autumn in Little Rock, and how far we have still to go, in the battle for freedom and equality in America.

7:00 pm Zoom
TICKET OPTIONS
$12 Spaghetti Dinner from Flambeau’s Live Carryout Only
$10 Basket Raffle Ticket through Facebook Event Invite

For Tickets Please Visit: www.ohiononviolenceweek.org/shop

Sponsored by Flambeau’s & St. Patrick Parish, Youngstown

Contact Vicki @ 330-717-8953 or Sandy @ 330-953-782

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10th Annual Non-Violence Parade and Rally Application

Application – Information Document –  2020-non-violence-Parade-Rally

TENTH ANNUAL NONVIOLENCE PARADE AND RALLY

SPONSORED BY: OHIO NONVIOLENCE WEEK COMMITTEE, MAHONING VALLEY SOJOURN TO THE PAST, YOUNGSTOWN AREA JEWISH FEDERATION, CITY OF YOUNGSTOWN, YOUNGSTOWN CITY SCHOOLS, CIRV, YWCA            

3 PM SUNDAY

 OCTOBER 4, 2020

DOWNTOWN YOUNGSTOWN

PLEASE JOIN US AS WE CELEBRATE THE KICK-OFF OF NONVIOLENCE WEEK  IN THE STATE OF OHIO

OCTOBER 4-10, 2020                                                                           

The parade is open to all nonprofit organizations such as youth groups, athletic teams, church groups, neighborhood watch groups as well as businesses, government officials and politicians. The parade will start on West Wood and Wick streets and proceed to the Covelli Centre.

This year, we are not walking but having a parade of cars instead.

We encourage you to decorate your vehicle and have a banner/sign to display your group’s name and a nonviolence slogan as well.  

JOIN US FOR THE RALLY AT THE COVELLI CENTER AFTER THE PARADE.

Deadline for registering is September 15th.

 If you have any questions, please call or email   Penny Wells, chair Ohio Nonviolence Week and executive director of Mahoning Valley Sojourn to the Past – 330-788-0545, pennywwells@sbcglobal.net.

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