Current Events


Indigenous People’s Day

Monday Oct 9 – all day – UA Campus Native American Student Association event Commemorative Trail of Tears Walk 1:00-2:30 Union Mall Tribal display and historical readings, rural Native food traditions, art of storytelling, art, and Native American film screening of “The Silent Enemy” 7:00 pm Union Ballroom Full details here: Indigenous People’s Day details


Local Girl Returns Bringing Global Stories

Local Girl Returns Bringing Global Stories Women of Conscience: Resisting While Existing Monday Oct 23 – 6:00 pm – Rolling Hills Baptist Church, 1400 E. Rolling Hills Dr. Ann Wright returns to Northwest Arkansas to talk about the world from a global peace activists perspective. Ann is a Rogers native with a long history of diplomatic and military service, who retired rather than follow orders against her conscience about war in Iraq. She took up full time peace activism and has since been covering the globe. For this visit she wants to talk about the situation with North Korea, and […]

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RESULTS!

RESULTS! Thursday Oct 19 – 6:00 pm – Fayetteville Library Join Jan VanSchuyver and friends for a special advocacy workshop. Only a few seats still open. “How can I make a difference?” It’s a question many of us are asking these days. In addition to helping locally, many are turning to advocacy – influencing Congress to make decisions that impact lives in a positive way. This workshop will clear up some of the mystery of advocacy and empower you with takeaway tools that you can begin using immediately to influence your members of Congress for a better world. Brought to […]