The Peace and Justice Initiative – Spring 2012 Review

The Peace and Justice Initiative (PJI) successfully wrapped up its spring semester, which was complete with educational workshops and events, including Conversations on Compassion, a discussion of the award-winning documentary “Pray the Devil Back to Hell,” and a café conversation on race.

Click on the image to read the full PJI spring newsletter and to learn more about future offerings, such as the introduction to peace studies course coming to Valencia this fall.

The Peace and Justice Initiative is a faculty, staff and student led initiative that aims to transform the culture at Valencia into one where peace and justice for all are valued, and conflict is viewed as an opportunity for growth and transformation.

For questions about this initiative, please contact Rachel Allen at rallen39@valenciacollege.edu or at extension 2709.

2 Comments

  • Krystal Pherai said:

    I feel so honored to be working with the Peace and Justice Initiative! I hope everyone enjoys our newsletter! Thank you all for your support!

    AMWed, 06 Jun 2012 06:41:36 +0000Wed, 06 Jun 2012 06:41:36 +0000am12,6:41 am

  • Mollie McLaughlin said:

    I'm continually amazed and inspired by the good works of the PJI – and deeply gratified whenever I can be a part of it! Congratulations on a positively impact-full Spring!

    PMTue, 24 Jul 2012 17:05:56 +0000Tue, 24 Jul 2012 17:05:56 +0000pm12,5:05 pm

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