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  • Bay Area Solidarity Summer 2020
    by Michele on February 21, 2020 at 2:19 am

    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

  • Apply for a Student Organizing Fellowship with #PoorPeoplesArmy
    by Neil C on February 14, 2020 at 2:36 am

    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.

  • “Forever Activists” Screening
    by Michele on February 11, 2020 at 2:50 am

    In the late 1930’s, Spain was embroiled in a civil war which prefigured the conflicts of World War II.  Approximately 40,000 volunteers from 53 countries joined International Brigades, fighting on the Republican side against the fascists and Nazis. Of these 40,000 volunteers, about 3,000 were from the U.S. and were called the Abraham Lincoln Brigade.

  • Bay Area Solidarity Summer 2020
    by Michele on February 21, 2020 at 2:19 am

    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

  • Apply for a Student Organizing Fellowship with #PoorPeoplesArmy
    by Neil C on February 14, 2020 at 2:36 am

    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.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

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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