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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Vermont Stands With Ukraine

Burlington City Hall 149 Church Street, Burlington

Come join us for a unique opportunity for all Vermonters to help those suffering on the daily basis from the horrific war in Ukraine. You will hear from Ukrainian speakers, learn about Ukrainian culture and find out about various ways individuals can help: from donating to vetted organizations to signing up to help Ukrainian refugees in the US. • All day Fundraising to benefit Ukraine through participating businesses on and around Church Street• 11:00-6:00PM Silent Auction at information desks• 1:00PM Rally in front of the Burlington City Hall• 2:30PM March from the City Hall Steps to the top of the…


Volunteer Orientation

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

Interested in volunteering for the Peace & Justice Center? Come join our team! Volunteers will learn about the Peace & Justice Center current campaigns and projects within Vermont. We’ll talk about how you can use your skills and interests to help the PJC achieve its mission in the community. Masks Required. Fill out my LGL Form!


Equity-Centered Trauma-Informed Education

Online Event VT

Trauma-informed education and equity in education are often seen as two different initiatives. In reality, educational equity reduces the presence of trauma, and trauma-informed practice can help foster equity. In Equity-Centered Trauma-Informed Education, Alex Shevrin Venet explores the myriad connections and intersections between equity and trauma-informed education, and propose principles for educators who want to make this integrated approach the heart of their practice.