PEACE, NOT WAR
SOCIAL JUSTICE, NOT INEQUALITY
WE ARE A CATALYST FOR CHANGE
The Monterey Peace and Justice Center will remain closed while the California state-wide and Monterey County Shelter-In-Place orders are in effect. The coronavirus transcends every real and perceived border, making it clearer than ever that we are all connected. Even as we are isolated from each other, we can still seek creative ways to renew our relationships, reconnect and bridge the distances, and find ways to commit ourselves to a world where the Earth’s resources are used to sustain life rather than destroy it. Stay informed about ways to stay engaged through virtual meetings, webinars, and online actions by subscribing to the Weekly Peace Calendar. Subscribe with an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLASSES SUSPENDED: There will be no ESL classes at the Monterey Peace and Justice Center in Seaside until after the Shelter-In-Place order has been lifted. Plans are underway to offer virtual classes on Thursday evenings. More details to follow. For more information, email Lindsay Wendland at email@example.com.
LAS CLASES SON SUSPENDIDAS: No habrá clases de ESL en el Centro de Paz y Justicia de Monterey en Seaside hasta que se haya levantado la orden de Refugio en el lugar. Hay planes en marcha para ofrecer clases virtuales los jueves por la noche. Más detalles seguirán. Para obtener más información, envíe un correo electrónico a Lindsay Wendland a firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monterey Peace and Justice Center
1364 Fremont Blvd.
Friday, April 10, 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm. Veterans For Peace Chapter 46 Monterey Monthly Chapter Meeting.
VFP 46 meets the second Friday of each month. Online, dial-in conference meetings will be organized for the foreseeable future. Chapter business meeting will begin at 3:00 pm and will end no later than 4:30 pm.
VFP is open to all veterans and veteran supporters. for more information and for tele-conferencing details:
Join here: https://www.veteransforpeace.org/take-action/join-renew.
For teleconference details and for more info, contact Chapter President, Justin Loza, at Justin.email@example.com
Our sincerest thanks to Monterey Peninsula Volunteer Services Benefit Shop for recent grants supporting the Monterey Peace and Justice Center. Their generous funding helped us purchase a storage shed and filing cabinets, allowing us to free up needed space inside the Peace Center.
MPVS gratefully accepts donations of clean, gently used clothing, housewares, books, and much more, which they sell at the Benefit Shop in Seaside. Your donation to MPVS has a double benefit — to the person who purchases it and to the many worthy nonprofit organizations that receive funds from MPVS’s grant program.
Visit the benefit shop at 655 Broadway Ave. in Seaside or online:
The Monterey Peace and Justice Center is the grateful recipient of a Community Arts grant award in July 2019 by the Arts Council of Monterey County to fund MPJC’s 2019-2020 Art Gallery Project. The funding will be used to produce ongoing art exhibits tied to peace and social justice themes.
We sincerely thank the Arts Council for Monterey County for making these resources available to our organization and we appreciate the generosity of the grant funders, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
Visit the Arts Council for Monterey County website to learn more about the organization, their art education programs,
and their work in bringing arts to the community: https://arts4mc.org
The Monterey Peace and Justice Center
1364 Fremont Boulevard in Seaside, CA 93955