April saw the first mainstream press attention about the Syracuse Center
for Peace and Social Justice. Ironically, the Post-Standard and Syracuse
New Times each ran stories on April 11, both of which were unsolicited.
So we're not the only ones who see the newsworthy nature of this ambitious
The Center Board - Kanat Bolazar, Sam Feld, Karen Hall, Nick Poulos, Eileen
Schell and Ann Tiffany - are hard at work preparing for the creation of
the Center in the coming months. Grant applications have been submitted
for funding to four local foundations, in addition to the continuation
of individual solicitations. Price quotes are being gathered for construction
of the elevator and for other renovation work. A thorough energy audit
was conducted to assist in the development of "green" building improvements.
not the only ones who see the newsworthy nature of this ambitious project.
The Center also became a member of the Non-Profit Centers Network, a national
network which provides education and resources for the creation and operation
of quality nonprofit office and program space. not the only ones who see
the newsworthy nature of this ambitious project.
Donations and offers of assistance are still needed. Send Donations (checks
to Syracuse Center for Peace and Social Justice, or to be tax-deductible
to AJ Muste Institute) to 340 Midland Ave., Syracuse, NY 13202. To learn
more, see www.syracusecenter.org
or call Ann at 478-4571.