We’re still here, we’re still together, we are still who we are. We see each other, we care about each other. We’re committed to justice and peace; we can fight shoulder to shoulder, AND WE WILL. Come listen, discuss and work together on how to reboot our energies. The resilience of the peace and justice movement […]
By Ami Manning I went to the workshop bone-tired. It had been a long, rainy day that began before 7 am and was stretching into the evening. I went for my family, Holden and Indy, two white boys from Idaho, who need to understand privilege and systemic racism. I feel this responsibility deep in my […]
Between the fatigue of this election cycle and the fallout from the extreme divisions it’s brought to the surface of our social media feeds (and lives!), many of us are ready for it to be over already. But there’s one thing left to do before it can be over, and that’s vote. So let’s gather […]
Positions taken by the PJALS Steering Committee Statewide & local initiatives
We want to hear your PJALS story! As we near the end of our 40th year of building a just and nonviolent world, we are asking for your help to tell the story of PJALS–through your experiences. Will you take a moment and fill out the short form here.
Spokane’s City Council will vote Monday night, August 29, whether to begin to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day instead of Columbus Day. Will you come show your support? You can invite your friends here. Or, will you email firstname.lastname@example.org to encourage undecided Council Members to support the resolution declaring the second Monday in October “an opportunity […]
Come join us on August 10 for the 2nd part of our discussion of Doing Democracy! And join us for a snack potluck so we can munch while we chat! We will be meeting at 5:30-7:30 pm in the conference room of the Community Building, 35 W. Main St. Doing Democracy presents the Movement Action […]
Registration is now open: Click here to register! For two years now, PJALS has been networking and collaborating with Portland’s NAACP and Seattle’s Mothers for Police Accountability to form the Northwest Community Coalition for Police Accountability In order to strengthen our regional solidarity and develop a long-term, strategic framework, a Summer Gathering of activists will […]