Peace and Justice Center

Utilizing research, action, and education to promote a more just and peaceful world

 

The Peace and Justice Center (PJC) at Prescott College utilizes research, action, and education to promote a more just and peaceful world. Working within local communities, as well as internationally, we focus our efforts on initiatives including event coordination, grassroots media, extracurricular development, nonviolence workshops, and global studies programs. We serve as home to the national headquarters of the Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA) and assist them in producing newsletters and organizing conferences, creating internship and service learning opportunities for students in the peace and justice studies fields and helping them to engage the larger world critically and ethically. In all of our endeavors we strive to fulfill, uphold, and support the Prescott College mission of experiential education, self-directed learning, and dedication to both social and ecological justice in order to enhance our communities and environments.

Faculty Advisor

Randall Amster, E-mail 

Location

Office in Summit building (112 Summit Street)

Highlights

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  • Wanda Peters 1980

    Do what you are passionate about, take the time to figure out what gives you the most joy and satisfaction, and do work that is in line with what ...    Learn more >

  • Matt Leonard

    Matt has been involved in ecologically-oriented social movements for nearly 15 years, working with both grassroots movements and with ...    Learn more >

  • Katherine Cudney

    Katherine Cudney, MA, created a social activist art project that uses remnants of failed border crossing attempts as inspiration for the ...    Learn more >

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