Women’s Justice Circles
The voices of women who are low-income and/or immigrants, women living in crisis and those on the margins are typically not included in organizing for change in a way that meets their needs. The Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center facilitates Justice for Women, which empowers women who are low-income to address the underlying causes of poverty by forming Women’s Justice Circles. To date, we have coordinated over 200 Circles!
- Learn more about the Women’s Justice Circles
- Read more about the Circle Process
- Check out the Highlights from the 2016-2017 Justice Circles
Current Women’s Justice Circles
Capitol Hill Housing (English WJC)
Facilitator: Jordan Haselnus
Confidential Location (Spanish WJC)
Facilitattor: Lucy Santiago
Out of State
New Brunswick, NJ
- St Lazlo Church (Spanish WJC)
Facilitator: Bridgette Smith
- Holy Family Parish (English WJC)
Facilitator: Diana Ruiz
If you are interested in joining and/or starting a Justice Circle, please email Giselle Cárcamo or call 206-223-1138.
I will carry away with me a sense of feminine connection, openness, acceptance, and most importantly, awareness.
I love that our Circle pinpoints the specific needs and issues of us women in transition; gives us a voice to express our thoughts; and boots our courage to take action.
There are more than myself who are deeply concerned about misuse of power. By sharing our concerns, observations, and experiences we can be awakened to bring sound change in the future.
Many voices are more powerful than just one in making a difference.
I realized that I am flourishing as ever. It was a very powerful insight. Now I am fully conscious of my power. I feel in complete synchrony with my body, mind, and leadership potential.
It has taken me thirty years to speak up. The emotional scars are still there but someone has to speak up for survivors to have a better recovery process. I was mute but now my turn has come.
Justice for Women partners with many different collaborators, including: