Education

The Social Psychology of “Us vs Them” Climate Change Messages

By Rebeca Zuniga-Hamlin

DJPC Salon Discussion with: Maria Talero This was an interactive mini-workshop on key lessons from social psychology that apply both to the climate crisis and the struggle for social justice. The punchline: we are deeply prone to “us vs them” thinking and other cognitive biases, and we selectively ‘filter’ information in a way that conforms to our… »

Salon Discussion January 2016

By Rebeca Zuniga-Hamlin

Solidarity with the peoples of Ayotzinapa:a conversation with Ismael Netzahualtl. Solidaridad con el pueblo de Ayotzinapa:conversando con Ismael Netzahualt. Thursday January 21 2016/ Jueves 21 de Enero del 2016 For information/ para mas información: Salon Claudia Paz y Paz: http://denjustpeace.org/how-we-work/education/ Interview / Entrevista: Poniatowska: http://www.democracynow.org/2016/1/12/mexican_writer_elena_poniatowska_on_the Ayotzinapa, Paradigm of the War on Drugs in Mexico: Mexico… »

Global Justice & Peace Award 2015: Aviva Chomsky

By Rebeca Zuniga-Hamlin

Global Justice & Peace Award 2015 and Keynote Speaker: Aviva Chomsky  … »

Thanks for the February Salon

By DJPC Program Director
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Thanks to everyone who attended DJPC’s February Salon cosponsored with AFSC’s Skill Share, led by Gabriela Flora of AFSC/CFIR and Brendan Green of CIRC on immigration… »

April Salon Series – April 18th

By Social Media Intern

Come hear Rick Clifford’s inside scoop on this gold mine’s effect on people’s right to clean… »

Salon Discussion on Guatemala Today

By DJPC Program Director

Due to unforeseen circumstances, our invited presenter from Guatemala, Pascual Bernabé Velásquez, will not arrive for this Thursday’s Salon Discussion Series.  Consequently, we will have the following program for this month’s Salon.  Our apologies for any inconveniences. DJPC 2012 SALON DISCUSSION SERIES PRESENTS GUATEMALA TODAY: a roundtable discussion We’ll hear from each other about: –… »

Romero Theater Troupe’s “A People’s History of Colorado” TONIGHT, Aug. 11, 2011, benefits DJPC!

By Denver Justice & Peace Committee

Where:  Oriental Theater (44th & Tennyson) Tickets available only at the Oriental Theater the evening of the performance.  To reserve large blocks of tickets, or for more information about the show, please contact Jim Walsh at james.walsh@comcast.net Music featuring local experimental hip-hop artist starts at 6:30 pm Performance begins at 7:00 pm Suggested donations $10… »

February Salon- HAITI: Beyond the Earthquake

By Denver Justice & Peace Committee

Godson Beaugelin of The Lambi Fund of Haiti will present on the organization’s long-time work in Haiti, how it has changed since the January 2010 earthquake, and share testimonial video footage of earthquake survivors reviewing the work the Lambi Fund is doing in Haiti. Thursday February 17 7:00-9:00PM Denver Justice & Peace Committee at Highlands… »

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