The Florida Coalition for Peace and Social Justice provides space for meetings, retreats, workshops, camps, and educational activities that promote peace, human rights and social justice awareness, conflict resolution, self-empowerment programs and environmental discovery and awareness.
The organization was founded in 1982 in Orlando, and the Geiger family donated land located in Bradford County in the 1990s to serve as a meeting facility for peace activism and youth.
The land serves as a location for meetings, demonstrations, workshops, and retreats sponsored by the Coalition including annual summer peace camps for youth and young adults.
The Coalition’s annual meeting will take place on Nov. 13 at 10am at 10665 SW 89th Ave., Hampton, FL, 32044.
For more information, visit florida4peace.org or call 352-603-3680.