In an effort of helping those who need rides. We want to encourage all of those who either need a ride, or can provide a ride to the event to please fill out the following form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfgeCneHAP_7qnaxcJ0PWIVh1Sl-2Iebdds0BwSZn-7D69IcA/viewform We focus on making new connections and grow your networks locally, please take the time to fill it … Continue reading NorCal Resist- Lights for Liberty
Support CPJC by participating in Chico Natural's Round Up Program for the entire month of JULY!!! WHAT IS THE ROUNDUP PROGRAM? For more than 40 years, the Chico Natural Foods Cooperative has been giving back to our community. In 2017 we introduced Register Round Up: a new way for customers to participate in this commitment. … Continue reading Chico Natural’s Round UP Program
In this episode, Nicolas Jackson and Blake Hollingsworth talk to Chico Mayor Randall Stone to tie up the lose ends on inclusionary housing and talk about other concepts which could address affordable housing in Chico.
Call Congress: No War with Iran! We’ve never been closer to a full-scale war with Iran as we are right now. Trump is going back and forth on whether to take military action in reaction to the Iranian government shooting down a U.S. drone in the Gulf of Oman yesterday. This comes on the heels … Continue reading Call to Action- Win Without War!
On this episode, Nicolas Jackson interviews Chico City Councilmember Scott Huber on the topic of inclusionary housing and the current housing crisis.
On this episode, Nicolas Jackson interviews Chico mayor Randall Stone on the topic of inclusionary housing and the barriers to affordable housing developments.
Join us to make Simplicity Village happen! CHAT is raising $100,000 to build a tiny house village for seniors in Chico, California. The Problem: A Severe Housing Crisis. In many areas across the country, there is little to no housing available that lower income people can afford. This problem is now worse than ever in … Continue reading Simplicity Village Fundraiser- CHAT
New Summer Leadership Activist Program for Students
The Chico Peace and Justice Center's Leadership Activist Program (LAP) will take place this summer within the cities of Chico and Oroville, California. The program will span six days and include 25+ hours of youth-focused social justice and nonviolent communication education, designed to develop future activist leaders.
LAP will train high school to recognize and address inequities within their community using social justice knowledge and nonviolent communication skills. Program participants will assist with carrying out institutional changes to develop more fair policies within their local schools and government.
Venues and curriculum will be overseen by representatives of CPJC, local activist groups, local schools, and other local nonprofit organizations as well. Participants will receive certificates upon successful completion.
Interested high school students must complete and submit the program's online application below by Friday, June 18, 2018.
Wednesday, November 1 at 5:30 - 7 PM Chico Peace & Justice Center Hosted by SURJ Butte County and CPJC You may have heard about the tool by ProPublica and the Southern Poverty Law Center "Documenting Hate" as a way to anonymously document hate related crimes across the nation. The Chico Sol has become an … Continue reading Documenting Hate Information Session
Film Showing Fix It: Healthcare at the Tipping Point Saturday, October 14, 6:30 PM Dorothy Johnson Center, 775 E. 16th Street The Love Chapmantown Community Coalition, the Butte County Health Care Coalition and the Chico Peace & Justice Center will show FixIt, a film exploring single-payer health care, followed by a panel with Norma Wilcox, … Continue reading Free Single-Payer Healthcare Film