Defend DACA on Day of SCOTUS Decision!

Any day now the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to issue a decision on the future of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) that will profoundly affect the legal status of some 650,000 DACA recipients, including some 23,000 in Santa Clara County. The decision could either reaffirm the constitutionality of the DACA program or allow the Trump administration to proceed with rescinding the program.​

Event Recap: Car Caravan for Peace

By Tara McHugh, Coordinator of SJPJC On Monday, May 25th, advocates for peace gathered for a car caravan from Peace Corner (Stevens Creek & Winchester Blvds.) to Roosevelt Community Center. Memorial Day is a holiday honoring people who died while serving in the armed forces. However, the glorification of war in America is a disservice […]

No War With Iran!

We are at the brink of a third world war, and people around the world need to ACT NOW to prevent tipping over the edge. The anti-war movement must be heard, and the most effective way to escalate our voices is to collectively organize. Below are some local opportunities to get involved:  TOMORROW (January 9th):  […]

We’ll Miss You, Pete!

Monday, December 7th was the last day of Pete’s internship here at the San José Peace and Justice Center. Pete is a Justice Studies major at San José State University, and he will be graduating this month. A requirement of the SJPJC internship program is to create, promote, and host a community event. In October, […]

Stop the Massacres in Haiti

On Wednesday October 4, members of the Haiti Action Committee and other activists, including local high school students gathered at the downtown San Jose Federal Building to protest the massacres being perpetrated by the US-installed and backed regime in Haiti. They blocked the 2nd Street gate to the Federal Building with a Stop Massacres in […]