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  • Stop the Massacres in Haiti
    by SJpeace on October 6, 2019 at 1:30 am

    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

  • Honduras: Repression and Resistance
    by SJpeace on September 25, 2019 at 4:42 pm

    We had scheduled a presentation by Karen Spring, coordinator of the Honduras Solidarity Network for the evening of September 25. Unfortunately, Karen had to return to Honduras on September 21. As she explains in THIS VIDEO, “I had to leave to go back to Honduras earlier than I had planned because of the situation with

  • Event Accessibility
    by Michele on September 20, 2019 at 10:31 pm

    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 what is and is not

  • Stop the Massacres in Haiti
    by SJpeace on October 6, 2019 at 1:30 am

    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

  • Honduras: Repression and Resistance
    by SJpeace on September 25, 2019 at 4:42 pm

    We had scheduled a presentation by Karen Spring, coordinator of the Honduras Solidarity Network for the evening of September 25. Unfortunately, Karen had to return to Honduras on September 21. As she explains in THIS VIDEO, “I had to leave to go back to Honduras earlier than I had planned because of the situation with

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Meet Our Speakers

Sharat G.

Sharat G. Lin

Sharat G. Lin is a board member at The San José Peace and Justice Center. He writes and speaks on global political economy, the Middle East, India, and labor migration.

Barby Ulmer

Founder of “Our Developing World.” Formed in 1982, the non-profit organization strives to raise awareness of the struggles and triumphs occurring in developing countries.

Phil Pflager

Phil is a member of Chapter 101 of the national organization Veterans for Peace (VFP). Him and other members are available to speak to high school and college classes and other groups. VFP members draw on their personal experiences and perspectives gained as veterans to raise public awareness of the true costs and consequences of militarism and war – and to seek peaceful, effective alternatives.​

Joan Simon

Joan Simon and other members of Health Care for All/Santa Clara Chapter are available to speak to groups about the need for Expanded and Improved Medicare for All (in California), also known as Single Payer. We also show The Healthcare Movie, which compares the healthcare system in Canada and the United States to any size group. This film is for everyone who believes that people are more important than profit. ​

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