You are invited to attend our 2017 Spring PJALS Luncheon – Head Heart & Hands: Moving Forward Together.
There’s no cost to attend – you will have the opportunity to give at the luncheon!
We’re delighted to host Lisa Brown as our keynote speaker. Lisa is a longtime advocate & activist for peace & justice, former State Senate Majority Leader, and Chancellor of WSU – Spokane.
In our PJALS community, we are soberly facing the Trump administration’s assault on equity, freedom, justice, peace, and ecology. We know the only way forward is to activate and welcome more and more everyday people to resist and to rise together.
For over 40 years, Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane has engaged everyday people to build a just and nonviolent world through community organizing and advocacy for peace, economic justice, and human rights. This luncheon event will bring like-minded people together, strengthening relationships, and building capacity to move forward and transform systems of violence and oppression!
Head Heart & Hands: Moving Forward Together helps fuel policy-change and leadership development. Our highly regarded Young Activist Leaders Program and other workshops support skilled and passionate social justice leaders of all ages. We lead grassroots organizing for criminal justice reform and police accountability in Spokane. As we soberly face and resist the many challenges of the Trump administration, we mobilize to counter racism, anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim bigotry, out-of-control military spending, and war.
Please join us for this free luncheon event! Reserve your seat at this link at no cost!
Or, if you would like to connect your circles with PJALS, reserve a table of 8 at no cost!
Table Hosts fill a table of 8 — that’s you + 7 friends — to learn about and connect with PJALS at this free luncheon event, with an opportunity to give.
Reserve your table of 8 at this link or for more information & a simple & helpful Table Host Kit, contact PJALS Development Coordinator Farand Gunnels at firstname.lastname@example.org or 509-838-7870.