Center for Peace and Justice honors Topeka "Peace Builders"

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TOPEKA (WIBW) -- From the Peace Camp, to STARS (Stop Trafficking and Resist Slavery) and SAVE (Strategies Against Violence Everywhere) Topeka's Center for Peace and Justice has led the call for non-violence, peace and understanding in a turbulent world.

And on Wednesday night, its supporters enjoyed a lasagna buffet and applauded Topekans who've worked to support their message and their mission. Last night's winners are:

Police Chief Bill Cochran, Individual Peace Builder
Safe Streets and Judy Wilson, Organization Peace Builder
Rev. Tobias Schlingensiepen, Religious Organization Builder
Topeka High Principal Rebecca Morrisey, Education Peace Builder
Ralph Hipp and the Red Couch Show, Media Peace Builder,
along with the Lifetime Peace Builder Achievement honors earned by Carolyn Campbell.. and the Youth Peace Builder Award to Sal Cruz and the Topeka High Drum Line.

The award for Ralph is pictured here, and we all thank you for that!