We will be joined by activist Cindy Domingo for the community discussion about her brother's work and justice.
The Whatcom Peace & Justice Center would like to thank Rowan Peterson, Karen Burns, Bill Distler, Andy Ingram, Shana Lewis, Neah Monteiro, and Larry Williams for volunteering their time with our Alternatives to Military Service Program. Every week! You are all amazing.
1220 Bay Street
Bellingham, WA 98225
Open Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday from 12:00- 4:00pm
Our Vision Statement
The Whatcom Peace & Justice Center works to create a voice for peace and social justice in Whatcom County through partnerships with local community and religious organizations, direct action, public witness, and education on alternatives to violence and war. We call on our government and society to disavow policies of violence and seek a culture of peace.
Over 50% of our income comes from individual donors. Thank you!
In addition, WPJC received funding from the following foundations and congregations:
The Dudley Foundation • RESIST • The Posel Foundation • Community Food Co-Op • Abe Keller Peace Education Fund • United Church of Christ Neighbors in Need • Pacific NW Conference United Methodist Church • Angel Fund of the Whatcom Community Foundation • Pride Foundation • AJ Muste Memorial Institute • Nonviolent Action Community of Cascadia • Bellingham Friends Meeting (Quakers) • First Congregational Church • First Christian Church • St. James Presbyterian Church • Christ the Servant Lutheran Church • Garden Street United Methodist Church • Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship • Assumption Catholic Church • United Church of Ferndale