Events

Below is our Community Calendar with events hosted by the Peace & Justice Center along with other community groups, individuals, and our Allied Groups.

The Peace & Justice Center is not directly involved in all of these event. If you have questions about a non-PJC event, please reach out to the organization listed.

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Author & Artist Series: Jodi Girouard, Talking with the Neighbors

Peace & Justice Center 60 Lake Street, Suite 1C, Burlington

Join the Peace & Justice Center on Thursday, December 15th, for a discussion and Q&A with Vermont author Jodi Girouard about her book, Living with the Neighbors. Jodi Girouard has been writing since she learned to hold a pencil. She spends time writing poetry for others to uplift spirits and bring more compassion to the world. She has written three books, and this latest one, Living with the Neighbors, came out late last year. It is her memoir of living with a severe mental illness and reaching out for help through faith, nature, and communities. Jodi serves on the Howard…

Free

Peace & Justice Center Annual Report

The Peace & Justice Center Annual Report is out now! Read it on our website here. We are excited to share our accomplishments from this past year with our community!

Author & Artist Series: Kia’Rae Hanron

ONE Community Arts School 294 N Winooski St, #111, Burlington

Join the Peace & Justice Center for a conversation with educator, activist, and artist Kia'Rae Hanron. Kia'Rae is a multidisciplinary artist whose work focuses on themes such as identity, race, gender, mental health, nature, personal and interpersonal relationships, education, and activism. This event will be held on Zoom. Hanron shares her experiences with art and creative expression as a means of surviving and thriving and analyzes the themes of mental health, identity, and relationships to self and others that are woven throughout her visual art, prose, and poetry.

Free