The Peninsula Peace and Justice Center is the area’s  leading grassroots voice for peace, justice & human rights.

“The Peninsula Peace and Justice Center has been one of the most effective of the activist groups.” – Prof. Noam Chomsky

We believe democracy occurs every day – when people actively participate. Based in Palo Alto, we present the world’s leading progressive speakers, produce a free monthly forum, and when needed, organize demonstrations, vigils, and petition campaigns. Since 1981, we’ve been the local face of effective grassroots action.

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  • Activist Café

    Activist Café A social get-together on Zoom ~ Last day of each month Friday, April 30 6:00 – 7:30 PM Register in advance for this meeting (required) After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Get together socially with other activists on Zoom. No...

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  • Author Interview: Disturbing the War with Lenny Siegel

    Local activist and former Mountain View mayor Lenny Siegel tells the inside story of the Stanford anti-war student movement Author Interview / Free Forum DISTURBING the WAR The Inside Story of the Movement to Get Stanford University out of Southeast Asia—1965-1975 A conversation with LENNY SIEGEL Community Activist / Former...

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  • The Other America: MLK Jr. at Stanford Univ. 1967

    “If we spend thirty-five billion dollars a year to fight an ill-conceived war in Vietnam and twenty billion dollars to put a man on the moon, we can spend billions of dollars to put God’s children on their own two feet, right now.” On 14 April 1967, Martin Luther King,...

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Here's the video from Monday evening's terrific webinar with Joel Beinin, Prof. Emeritus of Middle East History at Stanford. You will learn a *lot* - guaranteed. youtu.be/r-NGwFddpCY ... See MoreSee Less

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