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Join us on Wednesday, October 8th (6:00pm-7:30pm)  at the Peace & Justice Center for a film screening and discussion with representatives from SUDEF (Sudan Development Fund). SUDEF is a non-profit working in South Sudan in partnership with rural villages to improve...
BY Michaela Herrmann, PJC Intern The documentary Wounds of Waziristan reveals the damage caused by American drones. Waziristan is a federally administered tribal area in Pakistan. This area has a long history of being bombed by US drone strikes. Many...
On Art, Pedagogy & Activism with Comedian Hari Kondabolu By: Armando Carmona Armando: “I’m from California and have been living in Vermont for a little over a year.” Hari Kondabolu: laughs, “Wow, culture shock.” Unapologetic and thought provoking, Hari Kondabolu is a...
Position Title: Organizational Ambassador/Program Developer Peace and Justice Center (PJC)  This position serves to educate the community about racial and economic justice. The member will do this in two ways at the Peace and Justice Center: They will serve as...
Interested in better understanding the current form of institutionalized racism in this country and how it relates to and evolved from the previous oppressive laws such as slavery and Jim Crow policies? Be sure to sign up for our “New...
“Listening For What Matters Most”, 7pm on October 21st, at the Peace & Justice Center, Burlington, VT. This workshop will be lead by Robin Guillian and is being offered as part of Vermont’s Conflict Resolution Month activities. For more information...
Join us for tea and conversation with Sister Lucy Kurien. Sister Lucy is the founder of Maher Ashram in Pune, India which is one of the Peace & Justice Store’s vendors. Found out more about the story and impact behind...
The Peace & Justice Center will host an information session on Saturday, August 30th at 11:00am for students and community members that are interested in volunteer opportunities with us! (Please spread the word). We will discuss and answer questions about...
When heinous acts of racist violence happen elsewhere, many well-intended people use that as evidence that there isn’t racism in Vermont. The staff and board of the Peace & Justice Center disagree. There is more to discrimination than just the...