PEACE+LOVE HBCU STUDENTS SHOW THEIR SUPPORT FOR FERGUSON, MO

    Students from Spelman and Morehouse joined forces to show their support of fair and equitable treatment for all citizens after the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO while showing their HBCU commitment for Peace+Love. Share on Facebook

BET 106 & PARK and PEACE+LOVE

Peace+Love traveled to New York with 75 students from high schools in the Philadelphia area.  Participating high schools included Overbrook High School, A. Phillip Randolph Skill Center, and Cheltenham High School.  Student attendees participated in the 106&Park studio audience adorned in Peace+Love gear. […]

PEACE+LOVE IS EVERYWHERE

Many, may not know and many may be a little less engaged in our process of changing the world with Peace+Love because it is more of an interactive, civic engagement movement towards change.  What does that mean?  It means that […]

HBCU COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES EMBRACE PEACE AND LOVE

BACKGROUND: HBCU’s 4 Peace + Love is a non-violent movement sweeping HBCU’s around the nation. Founded in 2012 by Brittany “Reeci” Botts, it’s mission is to market and brand Peace + Love on HBCU campuses and their surrounding neighborhoods in […]

PEACE AND LOVE BILLBOARD CAMPAIGN

Peace and Love will be working with Clear Channel Philadelphia to launch its “Learned Behavior” billboard campaign.  Clear Channel’s Barbara Bridge has worked with several community based organizations throughout the Philadelphia area to bring the vision of changing our community […]

PEACE BOOK

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Shut Up and Listen!

              The Peace and Love  Council, The Philadelphia Youth Commission, The Philadelphia Youth Poetry Movement, Councilman Curtis Jones, Jr., Lady B of Radio One’s WRNB 107.9 and 100.3 have worked alongside Peace+Love, city officials, school administrators, and community leaders […]

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