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Conversations from the Open Road is a program that brings together high school students and journalists to travel, listen to stories, engage in tough conversations, and transform their experiences into digital media. Here are a few testimonies from students, and...
When I started coming to the Peace and Justice Center’s Toxic Whiteness Discussion Group, I wasn’t sure what to expect. In my head I even scoffed at the idea of an intentionally white discussion — what good could that do...
On March 24 people across the country will take to the streets to demand that politicians protect the lives of their citizens and put stricter gun control laws into place. The Peace & Justice Center is organizing two buses to...
It is not too late to stop the F35s from coming to Vermont. Other communities have made stopped a planned basing this late in the process. A strong response at the polls will get the Air Forces attention. Burlington was...
Thank you Margaret Harrington, Dr. John Reuwer and Channel 17 for this show. We are so excited for our Nuclear War and Weapons Movie Week to start tonight with the 1984 movie Threads at UVM. For more info on Dr....
President Trump finished his first year in office being exposed as an abuser of women. He announced his misogynistic agenda to overturn Roe v. Wade and deny women control of their bodies. In response, women and girls over the planet shouted:...
  This new book is both whimsical and serious.  Put together by long-standing PJC supporters Larry and Linda Hamilton, it is now available in the PJC Store. Reading this charming book will change the way you look at the landscape.  You...
Join our Nuclear War and Weapons Film Week later this month! This series is designed and supported by Dr. John Reuwer in partnership with the Peace & Justice Center’s programming team. Each film is being hosted by a different partnering group....
Over the course of my internship at the Peace and Justice Center (PJC), I have grown personally through the workshops that they have to offer and have come to realize the importance of the work they do, especially in regards...