2019 Dallas Peacemaker Awards Banquet

The Dallas Peace & Justice Center will be hosting the
2019 Dallas Peacemaker Awards Banquet on December 5th, 2019

This is an annual homecoming event for Peacemakers and Justice Seekers in our North Texas Community. It is a time to come together and lift up the good work being done for Peace and Justice by exceptional leaders.

Peacemaker of the Year
Rev. Dr. Michael Waters

More on Rev. Dr. Waters

Justice Seeker of the Year
Nicolas Hernandez

More on Nicolas Hernandez

Media Accountability Award
Robert Wilonsky

Lifetime Achievement Award
Akwete Tyehimba

More on Akwete Tyehimba

Outstanding New Activist Organization
Southern Sector Rising

 

Peacemaker Organization of the Year
First Unitarian Church of Dallas

More on First Unitarian Church of Dallas

Justice-Seeking Organization of the Year
Human Rights Initiative of North Texas

More on Human Rights Initiative of North Texas

Special Recognition
International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN)
Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR)

 

 

Alia Salem
We're thrilled to announce that activist Alia Salem will be this year's emcee!

 

THE SILENT AUCTION IS BACK!

Donations Submission Form

 

AND YOU CAN
ADVERTISE IN OUR PROGRAM

Advertising Submission Form

 

AND PRESENT YOUR GOODS & SERVICES
AT THE RECEPTION

Vendor/Exhibitor Registration Form

 

 

The Reception:
5:00 - 7:00pm

In addition to the silent auction, the reception will include booths from fair-trade and eco-friendly vendors, local artisans and socially responsible entrepreneurs for your holiday shopping.

Local artisans and vendors, non-profits, educational institutions, and others will be there to increase community involvement and share information about their efforts.

 

Banquet Tickets:


Reservations

When:

Thursday, Dec. 5th
5:00 Reception
7:00 Dinner & Program

 

Where:

DoubleTree Campbell Center
8250 N Central Expy, Dallas, TX 75206
Central Expressway & Caruth Haven
 
 

 

The Dallas Peace & Justice Center is an exempt organization as described in section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are exempt to the fullest extent allowed by law.