The Racial Justice Program has several components: internal organizational work, educational programs, supporting other groups lead by POC, and work with the police.
The Peace & Justice Center has a long history of supporting affiliated activist groups and their work.
Our organization would not exist as it does without the volunteers and interns who give so much of themselves to our mission.
We are grateful to work with hundreds of other groups and coalitions.
Whenever possible, we support the work of other activists. Some of these are local folks doing short-term projects.
While our primary focus areas are Racial Justice, Fair Trade, and Peace, we have been involved in a tremendous amount of other work through the decades. While some of that work is dormant or less active, we have resources available to others who are interested in them.
The Peace & Justice Center is primarily working on three programs: Racial Justice, Peace, and Fair Trade educational work. Listed below are programs that we are interested in, care about, and have previously worked on, but are not working on in a big way at the moment.