Upcoming Events of interest to the NH Peace Community.
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September 16, 2018

Keeping the Faith: Sisters of the Story

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm @ Capitol Center for the Arts, Concord, NH

September 21, 2018

A Piece of Pizza for Peace

9:00 am - 7:00 pm @ City Plaza, Concord, NH

September 21: A Piece of Pizza for Peace.  Local pizzeria owners join together on the UN’s International Day of Peace.  Proceeds are donated to local peace groups.  Held on City Plaza throughout the day with local peace groups set up on the State House lawn. More info at:

October 6, 2018

NH Peace Action's 34th Annual Event and Fall Fundraiser

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm @ Bektash Temple - 189 Pembroke Rd, Concord, NH

We are excited this year to present our Keynote Speaker Charmaine White Face.

She is an Oglala Tetuwan (Lakota language speaker) from the Oceti Sakowin (Great Sioux Nation) in North America.

She is known for her work in support of Native American rights, in particular as coordinator of the Defenders of the Black Hills, a volunteer environmental organization centered on efforts to encourage the United States government to honor the Fort Laramie Treaties of 1851 and 1868.[1][2]

She also works at the international level in support of recognition of human rights of indigenous peoples all over the world. She is the spokesperson for the Sioux Nation Treaty Council established in 1894. She was a participant in the prayer fast/hunger strike held in December 2004 in Geneva, Switzerland at the final meeting of the Intersessional Working Group on the Draft Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (WGDD). She has worked to preserve Bear Butte,[3][4] on monitoring of abandoned uranium mines, on “environmental remediation of hazardous waste ponds,”[5] and in the anti-nuclear power movement.[6] In Jan. 2013, she raised concerns about radiation exposure of South Dakota Army National Guard soldiers in the Buffalo Gap National Grassland.[  Charmaine White Face is also a columnist and freelance writer who has written for Indian Country Today, the Rapid City Journal, the Sioux Falls Argus Leader, and The Lakota Journal, and is a grandmother. 

Watch the mail for the flyer coming soon!