Join us on October 19, 2021 from 5:30PM-6:30PM on zoom to discuss the Peace Pantry Working Group of San José Peace and Justice Center! Zoom link is: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83287988547 The Working Group will build a strong cohesive foundation that supports our diverse community. You will have a hand in the Peace Pantry Program and Community Garden. […]
The SJPJC is looking for volunteers to develop and sustain the Peace Pantry Program and the Community Garden Project. Check out this blog to learn more and find out how to get involved!
Are you interested in helping the San José Peace & Justice Center adapt to the quickly changing climate of 2020 and onwards? Do you have ideas about how the Center may serve as a better resource for community organizations and support local organizers? Can you envision what a future for the Center might look like? […]
Are you interested in helping the San José Peace & Justice Center adapt to our more modern community? Do you have ideas about how the Center may serve as a better resource for community organizations and support local organizers? Can you envision what a future for the Center might look like? You may be interested […]
9/17/2020 – The micro-grant program has been closed for now. Due to these unprecedented circumstances, many are left without adequate means of organizing and activating remotely. Grassroots groups are hit particularly hard as face-to-face organizing is no longer an option. As part of our mission to serve the community and facilitate progressive activism in the […]
The 10th annual Bay Area Solidarity Summer is now accepting applications. (Deadline: March 1) Bay Area Solidarity Summer (BASS) is a 5-day political action camp to cultivate South Asian American activists, ages 18–24. It runs from Thursday, July 30 to Monday, August 3, 2020. BASS will strengthen your skills as an organizer working for a […]
Does social justice, class struggle, and fighting oppression spark an interest? Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign has thirty plus years of organizing movements led by poor, homeless, and formerly homeless individuals. They realize that our economy is moving towards a jobless economy, with vacant jobs that cannot cover basic needs in order to live. […]