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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  • Free Forum: Haiti in Crisis

    HAITI IN CRISIS   This time the U.S. should listen to the people of Haiti, not the powerful   Free Forum/ Zoom Webinar Wednesday, July 21, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. RSVP (Not required, but greatly appreciated) Webinar Link A conversation with Pierre Labossiere and Seth Donnelly of Haiti Action Coalition...

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  • Activist Café

    Activist Café A social get-together on Zoom Wednesday, July 14 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 speakers, no emcee, no guests …...

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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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Here's Wednesday's "Other Voices Online" with Pierre Labossiere and Seth Donnelly of Haiti Action Committee. Powerful U.S. corporations have long used Haiti as an offshore sweatshop, leveraging lower wages at home. They have no interest in seeing real democracy take hold in Haiti. The Haitian elites owe their power to these corporations and the US government. They have no legitimacy with the Haitian people.
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