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PJALS Received a Game Changing Grant

By Farand Gunnels, PJALS Development Coordinator                This year, Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane (PJALS) was honored and overwhelmed, to say the least, to receive a Satterberg Foundation Core Support Grant for $100,000 a year for 5 years, which will ensure the structure and internal capacity of our work together, for a just and […]

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Be Water: How Ordinary Hong Kong People Became Creative Organizers and What We Can Learn From Them

Wednesday, November 6th 6-7:30 pm at The Monroe Room, 2003 N. Monroe, Spokane, WA A Presentation by Pui-Yan Lam The creative, flexible and fast-changing strategies used by Hong Kong people received a lot of attention in the media coverage of the recent pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. In this talk, Pui-Yan Lam will discuss how […]

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PJALS Voter Guide 2019

Positions taken by the PJALS Steering Committee: Statewide Initiatives YES on I-1000/R-88 Affirmative Action & Diversity Commission This measure would allow the state to remedy documented or proven discrimination against, or under-representation of, certain disadvantaged groups. It would allow the state to implement affirmative action in public education, employment, and contracting if the action does […]

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Handful of Salt – Summer 2019

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Rising Up Strong: A Culture of Love and Belonging

Rising Up Strong: A Culture of Love and Belonging Remarks by PJALS Director Liz Moore at May 8 PJALS Luncheon In the Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane, we know that everyday people have the power to accomplish extraordinary things together! Peace and Justice Action League is an independent, grassroots, local, BOLD organization of […]

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A Little Imagination

A Little Imagination By Rusty Nelson a retired former co-director of PJALS and an active member of Veterans For Peace, Spokane Chapter Many of us remember learning about Columbine High School. The shooting was an unimaginable tragedy. Now it seems beyond imagination that, after 20 years, that senseless outburst of violence and lethal gunfire, instead […]

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May Day: for justice in our communities

May Day: for justice in our communities By Martin Negrete                May Day (May 1st), is a day of action to honor all hard-working people across the nation and to fight for immigrant and refugee rights. People use this day to unite, rally, protest, and fight back against the injustices in the workforce and anti-immigrant […]

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3 ways you can advance No Discrimination Spokane

3 ways you can advance No Discrimination Spokane By Pui-Yan Lam, co-chair of No Discrimination Spokane                The No Discrimination Spokane coalition was created as a collective response to a ballot measure called Proposition 1 that would have taken away the measures under the City of Spokane Human Rights Code that protect immigrants and people […]

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