Our Doors Are Open! PRC in 2018

New office hours in January. 2017 has been a year of self-evaluation and challenge at the Peace Resource Center.  As part of our commitment to social justice and equity, the PRC Board of Directors hired Darwin Fishman, Ph.D, as PRC Program Director in March 2017 for his experience and breadth of knowledge of racial justice.  The PRC Read More …

Peace requires us to be better allies.

Today, September 21, is International Peace Day. On July 7th, the UN General Assembly banned nuclear weapons by a vote of 122 to 1. The UN finally ratified the Ban on Nuclear Weapons after 70 years of people across the globe working together to create enough political will to push the Treaty through a blockade Read More …

County Supervisors Develop Plan to Address Homelessness in San Diego

San Diego Board of Supervisors respond to community concerns about the escalating rise in homelessness and lack of affordable housing.  The Supervisors passed several measures at its June 20 meeting.  Keep the pressure on! The U-T reports “Supervisors approve three-pronged plan for affordable housing.“ “The approach has three components: A total of $500,000 will be transferred from Read More …

Peace Camp

  JUNE 19 – 23 5:45 – 8:00 PM Registration Begins May 15th & Closes June 12th The Peace Resource Center and First Church of the Brethren are partnering to bring the first annual Peace Camp to the campus this summer! Help us spread the word to elementary school families to make this first year Read More …

PRC joins SHUT DOWN CREECH 2017

  PRC again travels to Creech Air Force Base to disrupt drone operations with anti-drone activists from all over the country .  We mourn the victims of US drone attacks and demand an end to these violent attacks that destroy any and all in the cross-hairs of the drone.   From the organizers of SHUT Read More …

When will we learn?

Commentary by Craig Jones, Board Member When will we learn?  The “we” is the United States.  OF COURSE: no one supports or justifies the use of chemical weapons, no matter the war or conflict.  But with minimal time for assessment and a quick trigger-finger, the US unilaterally bombs a Syrian government airbase; once again going Read More …