Pathmakers to Peace 2022

Join Brooklyn For Peace at the

2022 PathMakers to Peace Awards Virtual Gala

Thursday, December 8 at 7:00 PM

 

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The 2022 honorees are:

 

Dr. Debbie Almontaser - founded and is a former principal of the Khalil Gibran International Academy. A veteran of New York City's public school system, she taught special education, trained teachers in literacy, and served as a multicultural specialist and diversity advisor. She co-designed a curriculum for the Muslim Communities Project at Columbia University and for Educators for Social Responsibility/Metro. 

Phyllis Bennis -  directs the New Internationalism Project at the Institute for Policy Studies, focusing on Middle East, U.S. wars and UN issues. She is also a fellow of the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam. In 2001 she helped found the U.S. Campaign for Palestinian Rights, and now serves on the national board of Jewish Voice for Peace.

Rev. Dr. Herbert Daughtry - the National Presiding Minister Emeritus of The House of the Lord Churches, serving from 1959-2019. He hails from a family that has produced five generations of Black church leaders. Currently National Presiding Minister of The House of the Lord Churches, he has previously served as Chairman of the National Black United Front as well as Founder and President of the African People’s Christian Organization. He was among the leaders of the anti-nuclear march and rally that drew over one million demonstrators to Central Park on June 12, 1982.

Bev Grant -  an American musician photographer, filmmaker, and activist based in New York City. She is the founder and former director of the Brooklyn Women's Chorus.

Brooklyn Movement Center - (BMC) is a Black-led, membership-based organization of primarily low-to-moderate-income Central Brooklyn residents. BMC trains and mobilizes Central Brooklynites and local stakeholders to lead local and city-wide policy campaigns to end abusive policing, to create alternative community safety approaches. BMC also conducts know-your-rights and leadership training.

 

Ticket Price: $100 (main)
                      $35 (students, low-income)

Each ticket is for one Zoom link.

The PathMakers to Peace award was established in 2013, to honor organizations and individuals who have played a leadership role in working to find non-violent resolutions to conflict. The name of our award, PathMakers to Peace, emphasizes that there are many roads to reaching the goal of a peaceful and just world. This is the 9th year for our Pathmakers to Peace Gala, an annual fundraiser for Brooklyn For Peace.

Even though we will be virtual again this year, we are delighted to revisit our Pathmakers roots and present to you five honorees for the 2022 Pathmakers Gala. Join us for an evening where we honor the committed peace and justice work of Dr. Debbie Almontaser, Phyllis Bennis, Rev. Dr. Herbert Daughtry, Bev Grant, and the Brooklyn Movement Center.

Brooklyn For Peace relies on community support to raise the money needed to continue our work for peace and social justice. You can help us even more by taking an ad or sponsorship listing in our gala program.

When
December 8th, 2022 7:00 PM through  8:00 PM
Ticket Prices
Tickets $100.00
Students, low-income $35.00
Make an additional donation $1.00