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Dead Man Walking: The Journey Continues
with Sr. Helen Prejean, CSJ
May 1, 7pm-9pm
Assumption Church, Seattle

Human Trafficking Vigil
May 3, 2015 1:30-2pm


Our Global Problem: Human Trafficking from a Philippine Perspective
May 18, 6:00pm
Seattle University Campion Ballroom

Last updated
April 30, 2015

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IPJC - A Movement in Hope


AMOSIPJC Spring 2015 Justice Journal on "Racism"

Download A Matter of Spirit Spring 2015 pdf podcast

AMOS Spring 2015 footnotespdf

Inside AMOS:

  • Anatomy of Racism in the US by Guadalupe Guajardo, SNJM PhD & Kathleen Saadat
  • Dismantling Racism by Patricia Chappell, SNDdeN & Anne-Louise Nadeau, SNDdeN
  • Judge Deborah Thomas Sentences Young Offenders to More Education by Christine Dubois
  • Black Lives Matter: Eliminating Racial Inequity in the Criminal Justice System by Nazgol Ghandnoosh, PhD
  • Becoming an Ally for Social Justice--Table
  • The Church and Racism: A Voice Crying in the Wilderness by Clarence Williams, CPPS, PhD
  • We Will Be Heard! A story about 67 Sueños
  • 10 Things Everyone Should Know About Race--Reflection
  • IPJC events, prayer & more!

IPJC Resources on Culture/Diversity


CoverContemplative Dialogue Circles

IPJC's new six-session process for faith communities!

            1. Contemplation & Dialogue for Transformative Living
            2. Contemplation
            3. The Practice of Contemplative Listening
            4. Reflective Dialogue: Part 1
            5. Reflective Dialogue: Part 2
            6. Transformation

It is neither a culture of confrontation nor a culture of conflict which builds harmony within and between peoples, but rather a culture of encounter and a culture of dialogue; this is the only way to peace. —Pope Francis

Read more about Contemplative Dialogue Circles here...


cameraJust Video Contest 2015!

We have had a huge response in entries for this year's Just Video contest! Thank you to everyone who has submitted a video. We are hard at work reviewing the submissions and will announce a winner soon.

Until we do, have fun and review some of our past winners!

Watch Winning VideosWatch all of the 2014 winning videos here!


IPJC Justice Cafes for Young Adults

Justice Cafe LogoApril Cafe—Act for Eco-Justice!

See the topics from this year here!

Justice Cafés create spaces where young adults (20's-30's) committed to social justice can build community, act for justice and deepen spirituality!

Find a justice cafe near you with our interactive cafe map!

To learn about how to bring Justice Cafes to your local community, contact the Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center at 206-223-1138 or ipjc@ipjc.org. You can check out a sample host kit here!

Visit the Justice Cafe Facebook Group to join in the conversation with young adults around the world!


Catholic Advocacy Day 2015


WJC_Winter15Justice for Women Winter 2015 Newsletter

Women’s Justice Circles partner low-income women with women collaborators from parishes, health care, educational settings and other community groups for the purpose of empowering low-income women to take action on an issue important to them and their families. Read about these actions in our newsletter!

Simply click on the publication to download the PDF pdf icon

If you wish to receive a physical copy of the Justice for Women Newsletter,
please contact us to be added to our subscriber list.


NWCRI2013IPJC Annual Report 2013-2014

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We are proud and pleased to share with you the ministry accomplishments of the Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center (IPJC) and to ask you to partner with and contribute to this unique ministry of peace and justice.

As you read our report, reflect on the global outreach, the scope of our work, the small staff and what is accomplished with minimal resources. Then, imagine what would be possible if we all invested in this ministry in a new and deeper way?


VigilHuman Trafficking Vigils

 


Every first Sunday of the month, IPJC hosts silent vigils to raise awareness and stand in solidarity with victims of human trafficking. Click here to learn how you can get involved!


NWCRI2013NWCRI Annual Report 2014

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We may not be changing the world overnight with this ministry of socially responsible investing, but we are making a difference. In its 20th year, NWCRI brought its commitment to create a just and sustainable global community to the boardrooms of 56 corporations with 16 shareholder resolutions and in over 70 dialogues!


coverClimate Change: Our Call to Conversion is IPJC's new four session process for faith communities.

  • Our Earth Community
  • The Science of Climate Change: Call to Change Course
  • Ecological Conversion
  • Eco-Imagining Our Emerging Future

Process includes prayer, education, Catholic Social Teaching, analysis, discussion, signs of hope and action.

Download a Sample Sessionpdf or an Order Formpdf

Suggestions for using Climate Change: Our Call to Conversion

  • A parish or community small group
  • An adult education program or series using the booklets
  • A follow up to JustFaith, RCIA, or other program where a community has been formed
  • Personal education and reflection

Grace on the Margins: The Musical

Did you miss the Women's Convocation V, or would you like to see Grace on the Margins again? Well, now you can with the "new" professionally re-edited DVD!

"Searching for meaning as a woman in the church and confronted with the challenges of a people and planet in peril, Grace's cries for help are answered by Hildegard of Bingen, Joan of Arc, Sojourner Truth and Our Lady of Guadalupe, who lead her on a journey of the heart to experience Grace on the Margins!"

DVDs are $15.00 each.

Would you like to perform Grace on the Margins at your school or in your community? The script and score are available!

Check out the Grace on the Margins: The Musical page for more details...


IPJC Video - Stop Human Trafficking

IPJC created a video to inspire individuals and groups to work to stop human trafficking and modern day slavery. It was presented for the Cascadia Center Camp Brotherhood Levine & Treacy "Peace and Harmony" Award, of which IPJC was the 2012 honoree.

Legislative Action Center

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Thank you for taking action for justice in our world!



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