Upcoming Events

Dec
19
Wed
11:00 am Peace and Justice Center monthly...
Peace and Justice Center monthly...
Dec 19 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Peace and Justice Center monthly Board meeting @ Call for Location (530) 265-6207
The Peace and Justice Center board. Call for location, (530)265-6207. Welcoming new potential Board members
Dec
28
Fri
7:00 pm ONE: The Movie – Fourth Friday F...
ONE: The Movie – Fourth Friday F...
Dec 28 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
One: The Movie  In a terribly divided world, filmaker Ward Powers asks life’s ultimate questions of famous spiritual leaders and ordinary people.  He interviewed Deepak Chopra, Robert Thurman, Thich Nhat Hanh, Jaggi Vasudev, The Dalai[...]
Jan
16
Wed
11:00 am Peace and Justice Center monthly...
Peace and Justice Center monthly...
Jan 16 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Peace and Justice Center monthly Board meeting @ Call for Location (530) 265-6207
The Peace and Justice Center board. Call for location, (530)265-6207. Welcoming new potential Board members
Feb
20
Wed
11:00 am Peace and Justice Center monthly...
Peace and Justice Center monthly...
Feb 20 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Peace and Justice Center monthly Board meeting @ Call for Location (530) 265-6207
The Peace and Justice Center board. Call for location, (530)265-6207. Welcoming new potential Board members
Mar
20
Wed
11:00 am Peace and Justice Center monthly...
Peace and Justice Center monthly...
Mar 20 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Peace and Justice Center monthly Board meeting @ Call for Location (530) 265-6207
The Peace and Justice Center board. Call for location, (530)265-6207. Welcoming new potential Board members
Apr
17
Wed
11:00 am Peace and Justice Center monthly...
Peace and Justice Center monthly...
Apr 17 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Peace and Justice Center monthly Board meeting @ Call for Location (530) 265-6207
The Peace and Justice Center board. Call for location, (530)265-6207. Welcoming new potential Board members

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Our Christmas Wish

Our Christmas Wish

from Grown-up Christmas List by Foster and Jenner

Palestine-Israel Working Group Vigil

Women In Black - Vigil

The PIWG thanks all vigil participants for this season.

The Vigil is now suspended until Spring.

What is a GVRO?

The Gun Violence Restraining Order (GVRO) is a law that allows family members, household members, and law enforcement to work with courts to temporarily remove guns and prevent the purchase of new guns by individuals who pose a significant risk of harm to themselves or others.

If you are in immediate danger, please contact local law enforcement or dial 911.

Why Do We Need a GVRO?

Easy access to guns is a significant risk factor for injury and death. Among the most high-profile incidents was the 2014 shooting in Isla Vista, CA, which helped to prompt the passage of the GVRO law: Friends and family had feared the shooter was dangerous before the shooting occurred, but law enforcement was unable to remove guns from his possession. A GVRO offers families and loved ones, household members, and law enforcement a judicial pathway for temporarily removing firearms and prohibiting future gun purchases for the duration of the order.

What Can I Do?

If you know someone, or come into contact with people who may be at risk of hurting themselves or others with a gun, you should know what options you have to speak for safety with a GVRO.  Click on the following link to the Speak For Safety web site for complete information.    https://speakforsafety.org

 

Contact Your Representative

 

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US Capital, Washington, D.C.

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  • Be very clear about the action you need and what the personal or local impact will be.
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