Events

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

By Rebeca Zuniga-Hamlin
Climate Change

DJPC Salon Discussion with: Maria Talero 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 worldview, making… »

Honoring immigrants from the past… “To have a better life”

By Rebeca Zuniga-Hamlin
Aqui estamos y no nos vamos

Reconociendo a los inmigrantes del pasado… “una mejor vida” Salon Discussion/Conversatorio On March 17 we had an inspiring group of students from the 5th grade of McGlone Elementary in Denver tell us about how they learned about their own history of migration to the US after they interviewed their mothers and fathers about their journey… »

Zika in Central America a public health problem and a feminist challenge.

By Rebeca Zuniga-Hamlin
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a conversation about Zika with Maria Hamlin Zúniga a Public Health Specialist with 48 years of experience in Central America, living and working in Guatemala y Nicaragua in Comprehensive Community health programs. Founding member of the Regional Committee for Community Health in Mesoamerica and the People’s Health Movement in Latin America and globally.   If… »

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  … »

Dr. Claudia Paz y Paz Bailey “Struggles for Justice: From Guatemala to Ayotzinapa”

By Rebeca Zuniga-Hamlin

As Guatemala´s fist female Attorney General, Dr. Paz y Paz Bailey prosecuted organized criminals and perpetrators of mass human rights abuses despite threats to her own safety. She was a 2013 nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize. Join us in a conversation with Dr. Paz y Paz. Date: Thursday, October 1st 2015 Time: 7:00- 8:30… »

STOP MEGA-MINING

By DJPC Program Director
defensa

Global Day Against Mega-Mining Join DJPC in defending planet Earth from irresponsible mining! In front of the State Capitol in Denver on Broadway, between 14th & Colfax Tuesday, July 21, 2015 12 noon – 1:00 PM Suggestions for you signs: Conga No Va Hold Newmont Accountable for Mining Violations No More Mega-Mining Water, Yes.  Gold,… »

July 16th Salon Documentary: Canción de Barrio

By DJPC Program Director
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DJPC’s 2015 Summer Salon Film Series Documentary screening and discussion of: CANCION DE BARRIO (with English subtitles) is a musical documentary directed by Alejandro Ramirez Anderson, presenting the experience of the first two years of the “Never Ending Tour”, which, since 2010, the singer/composer Silvio Rodriguez has performed in Havana’s poor neighborhoods and throughout Cuba…. »

June 18th Salon documentary: Split Estate

By DJPC Program Director
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DJPC’s 2015 Summer Salon Series Documentary screening and discussion of: SPLIT ESTATE is a compelling Emmy Award winning documentary that shows the dirty side of hydraulic fracturing and natural gas, an energy source the industry touts as a clean alternative to fossil fuels.  See the conflicts and human consequences typical of the extraction industry whether… »

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