With the state relaxing the public COVID restrictions, a number of people are experiencing fear and anxiety about how the pandemic will play out. For everyone’s safety, we have decided to see how the summer plays out with the intention of opening the indoor space for meetings and events starting on September 1st. Until then, we are accepting submissions for outdoor meetings and events.
This category was created in 2020 when the pandemic first started. The posts in this category can be about just about anything that is touched by the pandemic.
People with disabilities, seniors, parents of children with disabilities, service providers, teachers, families with limited English proficiency, and those with limited access to transportation are invited to take this survey collecting experiences of members of the Access and Functional Needs Community on the COVID-19 response in Santa Clara County.
Take part in caring for our community by dropping off food and supplies to stock the Peace Pantry (in front of the Center, 48 S 7th St.) and the Community Fridge (17 N 2nd St.). Our next Community Food Drive isSunday, February 28th - 11 am to 2 pm San Jose Peace and Justice Center parking lot, 48 S. 7th Street, San Jose, CA 95112
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By Paulina Thurmann, senior at Gonzaga University Image of Loretta Ross On October 13, 2020, my day-to-day approach to ‘doing’ social justice changed. I’m a student at Gonzaga University, a Jesuit institution in Washington, with a major in sociology and minors in leadership and social justice, so tackling injustice through…
By Veronica Eldredge, School of Arts and Culture/Mexican Heritage Plaza Hey Everyone! Veronica here. I was so thrilled when my friend Pfox shared an opportunity with me to volunteer at the Mexican Heritage Plaza for their first food distribution back in June. Protests had just erupted across the country, our…
This year has been one of innumerable challenges. As we reach out to you through our Fall message, we hope you and your loved ones are staying safe and healthy. Despite the ongoing global pandemic we have seen powerful movements develop around the defense of human rights, and the continued support of community members like you are what keep these movements going.