Thursday, December 1, 12:15 PM to 1:00 PM
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Glenda Jones, a local activist and longtime volunteer for PPJC, has provided artwork for a broad array of movements for social change. Some of her work from the 1960s and 1970s was on display in Palo Alto, CA, in the Spring of 2022. PPJC Director recorded an interview with Glenda at the exhibition. For this Brown Bag get-together, we’ll watch Paul’s 15-minute video of the interview and then engage in conversation with Glenda and Paul.
The interview provides overviews of Glenda’s projects for the anti-Vietnam War movement, women’s liberation, union organizing, independent education, and the Black Panthers.
In 1991, Glenda began studying horticulture and started her one-woman business as a high end maintenance gardener that she continues to this day. Paul George has been a grassroots activist for over 50 years. He has served as the Director of Peninsula Peace and Justice Center, Palo Alto, CA, for the past 33 years.
The Virtual Brown Bag lunch series is a project of PPJC to provide space and opportunity for activists to safely gather and exchange whatever’s on their minds, in a relaxed, informal atmosphere. Registration is required. Be sure to register today!