Support Public Banking

Image from the Public Banking Institute ( From South Bay Progressive Alliance: With the CA Public Banking Act, AB857, being signed into law in October 2019, efforts towards creating public banks have forged ahead. Los Angeles City Council has already voted to move forward with hiring consultants to conduct a…


Happy Holidays

The office of the San Jose Peace & Justice Center will be closed from December 24, 2019 to January 3, 2020 for the holidays. Volunteers are covering the community calendar and voicemail and will get back to you when they can. The space is still available to community groups per…


Office is closed November 28 & 29, 2019

The San Jose Peace & Justice Center office will be closed on Thursday and Friday. Groups will still be able to meet but no one will be in the office from 4 to 7 pm. Check out this article on "6 Things Every Non-Native Should Do on Thanksgiving" on HuffPost.


Happy Birthday Barby!!

Barby and Vic Ulmer, our developing world Join San Jose Peace & Justice Center in wishing Barby Ulmer a happy 90th birthday on Saturday, November 23, 2019, 2 to 5 pm. Let's celebrate Barby & Vic Ulmer's decades of peace and justice activism together. We will be having tea and…


Join Us to Celebrate!!

You are invited to the Center on October 27, 2019 from 4 to 7 pm to help celebrate our Director, Michele Mashburn's 50th Birthday Celebration!! Bring a dish to share. To help us, please go to this spreadsheet to sign up for food or email michele [at] Using the…


Event Accessibility

Inclusion is not hard to do on events and other types of meetings. Accessibility is vital to our society. To cover accessibility, intention matters. Inclusion of this most impacted starts with accessibility in all its forms. While it may not be possible to be 100% accessible, honesty matters in communicating…


Join us on September 21st

Please join us for our annual International Day of Peace event: 9/21/2019 Noon to 5 pm. Please RSVP in advance if possible via email or Eventbrite (linked here). A solidarity donation of $20 for a ticket is suggested, but no one is turned away for lack of funds.We will be…

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