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To register and for detailed information about each session, click here. Are you passionate about racial justice issues, but are looking for a more engaging and complex dialogue about systems of oppression? Do you want to learn more about institutionalized racism and how...
To register and for detailed information about each session, click here. Are you passionate about racial justice issues, but are looking for a more engaging and complex dialogue about systems of oppression? Do you want to learn more about institutionalized racism and how...
  The North Korean people are overcoming one of the greatest challenges facing humanity today. On May 8th at 5pm at the Peace & Justice Center, 60 Lake Street there will be a presentation by Liberty in North Korea. The international...
Ever wonder why a banana from Central America costs a third of what an apple from Michigan costs? The new documentary Banana Land: Blood, Bullets and Poison attempts to answer that question by examining the supply chain between Central America...
Ever wonder why a banana from Central America costs a third of what an apple from Michigan costs? The new documentary Banana Land: Blood, Bullets and Poison attempts to answer that question by examining the supply chain between Central America...
  10am – 2pm Free Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, fair trade chocolate samples, fair trade banana smoothies, fair trade vendors and a performance by Jeh Kulu Drum and Dance theater...
April 15th was Tax Day and also the Global Day of Action Against Military Spending so to celebrate we conducted a Penny Poll on Church Street. It was a beautiful day so we were only out from 11am-7pm.  A huge thank...
Join the “New Jim Crow” book discussion in Burlington on Sunday, April 12th from 3pm-5pm and Tuesday April 14th from 6pm-8pm at the Peace & Justice Center. This is a two-part facilitated discussion of “The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness,” by Michelle Alexander. Participants are...