A gradually phased-in $15 minimum wage would generate billions in new consumer spending that would boost business sales and offset a significant portion of the higher cost for employers.
News Release — Peace & Justice Center Jan. 10, 2017 Contact: Jen Berger [email protected] Rachel Siegel 863-2345 x1 [email protected] Rising Tide VT to receive Ed Everts Social Justice Activist Award, presented by Bill McKibben On January 19, 2017, Rising Tide VT will received the Ed Everts Social Justice Award, through the Peace & Justice Center. […]
The Peace & Justice Center will hold the following events the next couple of months.
The Peace & Justice Center board and staff send blessings and condolences to Michael Brown’s family and to all members of the Ferguson community, we join the collective voice of alarm regarding police militarization and violence, and we pledge renewed commitment to the movement for racial justice and peace in Vermont and beyond.
This Saturday the Peace & Justice Center will be flying kites at Burlington’s Waterfront to celebrate an Afghani tradition.
The Peace & Justice Center is pleased to announce that the organization is bringing an Oakland, CA based nonviolence education group to New England.
April 27, 2014 the Peace & Justice Center presents, Creating Peace by Learning to Speak a Language of Life, a Nonviolent Communication (NVC) training led by John F. Reuwer, MD.
The Peace and Justice Center board of directors hired Rachel Siegel as the new Executive Director.
For immediate release April 5, 2012 Contact Colleen Deignan (802) 863-2345 x 8 [email protected] The Peace & Justice Center is organizing a panel event on April 20th at 7:00pm at Contois Auditorium, Burlington City Hall. This panel will be an opportunity for the community to ask questions about the state of affairs in Iran and […]