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…

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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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The Twist Mohawk

Written by Khalilah Ramirez for Silicon Valley Debug Stories Greetings fellow Earth dwellers! Peace Dancer Khalilah here with this week's installment of harmony and joy. This Week In Peace is an accessible way to absorb the latest updates on unaddressed topics of utmost importance. These vital subjects, like love and…

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N.E.R.D. How We Live on in Light

Written by Khalilah Ramirez for Silicon Valley Debug Stories Greetings to all who are reading! Peace Dancer Khalilah here, reporting on the latest, greatest things, ideas and people in the spirit of peace. This Week In Peace sets out to elevate, inspire and uplift us. Peace in every heart (the…

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Hiroshima Day Action: August 6th, 2019

Hiroshima Action 8 AM on Tuesday, August 6 at Livermore Lab: Daniel Ellsberg to Speak at Rally, March to follow Bay Area peace and justice advocates will mark the 74th anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the Livermore Lab, where today the Trump Administration is spending…

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Ugly Laws and Today's Ableism

CW: historical trauma, ableism . . . . Alt Text: Image from Modern Disability 2015. An old fashioned white policeman with a gun, and the text “There were once ‘ugly laws’ in several American cities in which persons with ‘unsightly or disgusting’ disabilities could be subject to a fine for…

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Understanding the Difficulties in Venezuela

By Tyler, SJPJC Intern   Many years ago, I was given an assignment to write about a random news article for one of my classes. The article I chose was clearly an opinion piece detailing how then President Hugo Chávez was effectively the dictator of Venezuela. Because I did not…

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How to Identify Media Bias in News Sources

It’s no secret in 2019 that objective media sources are being drowned out by outlets producing extremely subjective content or even “fake” news. No matter how aware of the problem we are, it’s not always easy to identify which sources are fact-driven and which are dangerously biased. In reality, it’s…

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