PJC Educational Programs & Events
Toxic Whiteness Discussion Group
Thursday, March 8, noon-1pm, PJC. This space is for white people to process how white supremacy culture is toxic to white communities and individuals. FREE.
Free Trade vs. Fair Trade Presentation Saturday, March 24, 12-1pm,
PJC. Learn how Free Trade policies have put profit before people and planet. Arrive at 11:30am
for Volunteer Orientation. FREE.
Anti-Militarism Game Day Sunday, March 25, 12-2pm,
PJC. Play modified versions of Jeopardy and Jenga to learn about the military industrial complex. Enjoy pizza and prizes while playing. FREE
New Store Hours
(Next to Skinny Pancake)
The PJC is looking for a Volunteer Coordinator /Assistant Fair Trade Store Manager.
PJC is an equal opportunity employer. People of all backgrounds encouraged to apply.
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Pick up a voucher for this show at PJC and pay $2 cash at the door. For current PJC members and volunteers. For information on membershipclick here.
Come to the Peace & Justice Store to pick up your voucher. Limited supply!
HairStories 3.3 is a multidisciplinary work that addresses matters of race, gender identity, and economic inequality through the lens of hair, primarily that of African American women.
Nation Beat: a band whose teeming, vibrant rhythms find common ground in the primal maracatu rhythm of Brazil’s northeastern region, the Big Easy’s funky, hypnotic second-line and strolling Mardi Gras Indians, and the unfettered freedom of big-city downtown jazz.
Zakir Hussain is India’s most celebrated living musician: an innovative percussionist of international renown who’s opened channels between East and West via collaborations with George Harrison, the Grateful Dead, etc. Rakesh Chaurasia follows the footsteps of his acclaimed uncle Hariprasad Chaurasia as a bansuri flute maestro.