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I am a kid who regularly talks with adults about race and racism. I offer a unique perspective to this discussion group because of my age (I am a senior in......
It is a busy time for activist mobilization. We are aware of four more national marches in the next few months: Science March, April 22 People’s Climate March, April 29......
Friends, things are changing for the worse and things are also changing for the better. The brutality of life is more visible for some of us than it was two......
 By Nathan Suter With Vermont considering joining the other states and cities that are raising their minimum wages to $15 an hour, legis- lators are beginning to look at the......
By Rachel Siegel Before I worked at PJC, I had focused much of my activist work on anti-war ef- forts, economic justice (through job train- ing for women and healthcare......
So many thoughts and feelings swirling in the last few weeks: Shock, then awe, that Trump could have pulled it off. Then anger and questioning: were the elections rigged, as......
By Sandy Baird Seven years ago, on March 8, a student of mine in the Pro Se Legal Clinic arrived with a rose for every female volunteer and litigant. That......
By Jen Berger On January 19, 2017, The Peace & justice Center gathers new friends and old, to remember the life of Ed Everts, and to recognize the important work......
By Diana Gonzalez Sometimes we need to practice practicing so we are able to be courageous when a situation arises. In November, the Peace & Justice Center generously hosted a......
By Colin Bradley When I left Standing Rock at the end of November, my hands were so cold that I couldn’t move them. I had lost the gloves I got......