Peace Education Program
318 W. Kentucky Street
Louisville, KY 40203 
THANK YOU for helping to make our 30th anniversary celebration a spectacular event!   

Thank You!!
Thank you to all our sponsors for helping to make our
30th anniversary a spectacular event. Join us in thanking:
UPS, Lee Thomas, Paul Neumann and Arola Eckels,
Cheryl Ungerleider and John Russ, Barbara West and Vertner Smith,
Eileen Blanton and Rick Nelson,  Charlie and Mary Mattingly,
Steve and Virginia Mattingly,  Judy Schroeder and Gary Watrous, 100 Black Men,
Kevin Shurn (Superior Maintenance) , Friends Meeting, UofL LGBT Services,
Creative Studios (SteVon Edwards), Cultivating Connections,
LSURJ (Louisville Showing Up for Racial Justice), Stock Yards Bank,
The Ethel H. O'Brien Field of Interest Fund, Power Staffing,
Judge Erica Lee Williams
Thank you to our adult and youth peacemakers for attending and
sharing your stories.
And thank you to our Board of Directors and supporters for attending and helping us celebrate this huge milestone.
Here's to another 30!
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
One Day (Executive Level) NCBI Prejudice Reduction Workshop 
This is part of an award winning international training process designed by the National Coalition Building Institute (  It is designed to build on what people have in common while also honoring their positive cultural differences.  Peace Ed has used this model as part of the various ways we teach conflict resolution for 30 years. 
To be held at 318 W. Kentucky Street, 9:00am - 4:00pm (registration begins at 8:30am).  Fee is $52.50 each or $70 for a two person team.  Boxed lunch provided.  Registration is required. 

Programs Offered by Peace Ed
Peace Education Program offers a variety of programs from
Peer Mediation to Teen Leadership for Diversity to Rage-A-Saurus Rex.
To view a complete list of programs offered, click here.

Peace Education Program Shares
2013 Louisville Peacemaker of the Year Award!! 
On August 29th, Peace Ed was honored to receive the 2013 Louisville Peacemaker of the Year Award given by Interfaith Paths to Peace.  This year's award was shared by Peace Ed and SPAVA (the Society for the Prevention of Aggressiveness and Violence Among Adolescents).
The director, Eileen Blanton accepted the award in the presence of Ramzi Sabree (staff), board members, SteVon Edwards, Ray Hart, Paul Neumann and Cheryl Ungerleider as well as long-time supporters Mae Klaphaak and Lee Thomas.
Thank you Interfaith Paths to Peace for this award.  Peace Ed is honored to be one of the two recipients!

Ramzi Sabree, Peace Ed Trainer 
Ramzi inspires young men with the hope that violence is not inevitable, instead it is preventable. He listens to their stories, creates  role plays of real life conflicts and practices new skills in self control, team work, respectful negotiation and problem solving.
View our September interview with Ramzi by clicking on his photo.
PeaceCasters is a multicultural leadership group of youth, ages 12 - 16, who use their skills in peacemaking, communication and teamwork to develop short form videos that reflect Peace Education's teachings and values around conflict resolution, respect for diversity and prejudice reduction.
Click here to learn more about this multi-cultural city wide teen group.
Thank you to our donors.
You help to make this important work possible.
To read about what your tax deductible donations are making achievable click here.
To make a tax deductible donation, click on the green donate button! 


Our Mission
The Peace Education Program strengthens
communities and schools by training youth and adults to build and sustain positive relationships.
We do this by providing learning experiences to reduce violence, enhance personal integrity and foster mutual respect.
We teach conflict resolution, peer mediation and prejudice reduction.