ARLINGTON, Va. (WUSA9) — It's summer time and kids are out of school, but one group of Arlington youth is still trying to learn a valuable lesson, that of building peace.
The Little Friends for Peace organization held two week-long camp sessions in Arlington for kids to learn through music, art and games to make the world a little bit more peaceful.
The camp also aims to empower our next generation of leaders with tools and practices to solve problems non-violently and foster empathy and compassion for others.
Each camp session ended with a showcase put on by the kids with performances, songs and skits at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington.
For more information on LFFP programs and to register for summer camp, click here.