San Jose Peace & Justice Center

Silicon Valley Transit Users

Silicon Valley Transit Users is made up of people who use mass transit such as VTA buses, light rail, Caltrain, and ACE instead of a car to commute. We strive to ensure that the Valley Transportation Authority, its Board of Directors, and our elected officials achieve the following service improvements for every transit rider in Santa Clara County: Read more...  
 

Silicon Valley United Nations Association

Silicon Valley United Nations Association of the United States of America is a nonprofit, member based volunteer organization of Americans and USA residents supporting the work of the United Nations. In 1945 in San Francisco, the United Nations was founded to end the scrourge of war following World War II. There are now 193 member nations in the United Nations.

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Social Justice Council of First Unitarian Church

UUThe Social Justice Council of  the First Unitarian Church of San Jose oversees the work of the Social Justice Ministry. The mission of the Social Justice Council is to coordinate and support the congregation's efforts to advocate, educate, organize, serve, and witness for social change, and establish First Unitarian Church of San José as a catalyst for social justice in our community.

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South Bay Committee Against Political Repression

South Bay Committee Against Political Repression was formed in the South Bay-San Jose area to organize against political repression of anti-war and international solidarity activists.  It is affiliated with the National Committee to Stop FBI Repression formed in 2010.  
 

South Bay Industrial Workers of the World (IWW)

The original Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) was founded in 1905 as a union which was the first to organize women, immigrants, and people of color and unskilled labor. The new South Bay IWW is continuing its tradition of organizing wage and salaried workers in the defense of their interests against their employers. Their goal is working toward a democratic worker self-managed economy and the abolition of the wage system. SouthBayIWW.org

 
 

Veterans for Peace Chapter 101

Veterans for Peace, Chapter 101 welcomes all veterans, regardless of length, time and place of service. Participate in events in which you feel comfortable, or simply support veterans’ peace causes in any way you see fit. Join your voice with ours, or be your own voice, but do not remain silent. VFP Chapter 101 meets on the third Wednesday at SJ Peace & Justice Center. Read more...  
 

Women's International League for Peace & Freedom

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) is an international grass-roots organization working to advance the causes of disarmament, peace and justice. WILPF usually meets at San Jose Peace & Justice Center at 7 p.m. on the third Friday of every month. See calendar for updates. For information: 408-294-0981. San Jose Raging Grannies 408-255-6559.

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