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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 REIMAGINING DRUG POLICY CONFERENCE 2023

Online Event VT

A one-day convening to examine the harms of existing criminal approaches to drug use and policies designed to strengthen systems of care & support

Ed Everts Award Ceremony

ONE Community Center 20 Allen Street, Burlington, Vermont, United States

Come celebrate amazing activists in our community and learn what the Peace & Justice Center has in store for 2024! At the ONE Community Center in Burlington, VT

Prisoner Letter Writing Workshop

Peace & Justice Center 239 S. Union Street Suite 3, Burlington, Vermont, United States

Have you ever wanted to write a letter to a prisoner, but don't know where to start? Come to the PJC and learn about this act of solidarity and write letters together in community! We will talk about current US political prisoners and also share some databases of prisoners seeking pen pals. Envelopes, stamps, paper, […]

Free

PJC Rad History Series: Robert Smalls

Peace & Justice Center 239 S. Union Street Suite 3, Burlington, Vermont, United States

Come learn some radical history at the PJC! In February, we will talk about Robert Smalls, one of the first black members of the US Congress who, during the civil war, escaped slavery by capturing a Confederate ship and sailing it past Union lines.

Free

Zine Making Workshop

Peace & Justice Center 239 S. Union Street Suite 3, Burlington, Vermont, United States

Come learn a bit about the history of zines, and make some together in community! We will learn about two different and easy ways to make our own zines, and then we will all spend some time making and sharing with one another. Paper, pencils, pens, and a host of colorful supplies will be provided!

Free

Study War No More: Peace Study Group & Community Practice Space First Meeting

Peace & Justice Center 239 S. Union Street Suite 3, Burlington, Vermont, United States

Join the PJC for the first meeting in a weekly community practice series covering Thich Nhat Hanh's book "Peace is Every Step". For more information and to register for this program, click here.

$50 – $300

PJC Rad History Series: Emma Goldman

Peace & Justice Center 239 S. Union Street Suite 3, Burlington, Vermont, United States

Come learn about the radical anarchist and pioneering feminist Emma Goldman! We will also read some of her work and discuss it together in community.

Free

Prison Letter Writing Workshop

Peace & Justice Center 239 S. Union Street Suite 3, Burlington, Vermont, United States

Come learn about how to write letters to folks in prison, write some letters of your own, and discuss why this work is important! You will be able to use the Peace & Justice Center as the return address.

Free

PJC Rad History Series: Folk Songs

Peace & Justice Center 239 S. Union Street Suite 3, Burlington, Vermont, United States

Come learn about the history of radical American folk songs! Kason will bring his acoustic guitar and we will all learn a few and sing them together.

Free

Event Series PJC Rad History

PJC Rad History: Haymarket Affair

Peace & Justice Center 239 S. Union Street Suite 3, Burlington, Vermont, United States

Did you know that, all around the world, worker's celebrate International Worker's Day on May 1st due to an event that happened in the United States? Come learn about that event! Anarchists fighting for an 8-hour work day were accused of throwing a bomb into a crowd. Was it a government conspiracy to stop the […]

Free

Prison Letter Writing

Peace & Justice Center 239 S. Union Street Suite 3, Burlington, Vermont, United States

Come write letters to folks in prison! You will be able to use the Peace & Justice Center as the return address

Free