PEACE, NOT WAR
Many thanks to those who gave generously during the 2015 Monterey County Gives! campaign. Through your generosity $12,376.00 was raised through donors. To that, $1360.00 was added as a partial match from the Monterey County Gives! fund.
We are grateful to everyone who supported our Big Idea for 2016 and showed support for the work of the Monterey Peace and Justice Center. We gratefully acknowledge the Monterey County Weekly, the Community Foundation of Monterey County, and all of the MC Gives! partners. Our Big Idea for 2016 is to offer a series of workshops in 2016 focusing on nonviolent communication and nonviolent conflict resolution skills, providing tools for peace-building.
Click here to view the Weekly Peace Calendar to learn about events held at the Peace Center in Seaside and at other locations, or phone 831/899-7322.
MPJC will continue to need your donations to support our mission of furthering peace, social justice and environmental sustainability. You may write checks to MPJC at PO Box 1823, Seaside, CA 93955 or use your credit card with the “Donate” button on this page.
| Free English as a Second Language classes and tutoring are conducted by MIIS college students for local residents.
2016 Spring ESL session runs
February 22 through April 28.
Monday through Thursday – 6:30-8:30.
Students need not register. Walk-in’s are always welcome.
22 de al 28 de febrero de abril de.
De lunes a jueves – 6: 30-8 : 30
Todas las clases de Inglés son gratuitas y para estudiantes de todos niveles. No necesitan registrarse. ¡Todos son bienvenidos! Por favor contactar a Michael Frederiksen para más información: email@example.com Teléfono: 831-899-7322
The People’s Oral History project, led by Gary Karnes, Karen Araujo and Juan Martinez, interviewed 63 local activists about their struggles and activism around war, education, labor, and discrimination. This self-published work chronicles Monterey County activism spanning eight decades – from Dust Bowl refugees in 1934 to Mobile Justice police watchers in 2015.
|On April 13 the first chapter of the organizing handbook Building a Movement to End the New Jim Crow will be discussed.
The discussion group is in conjunction with Black Lives Matter – Seaside