Our Events

At the Peace Resource Center, we participate in and host many events related to Peace and Social Justice throughout the year.  Check our Facebook page and Calendar for current dates and times.

December 2017

Sunday, Dec 3: The Annual Meeting of the membership of the Peace Resource Center will take place at the Church of the Brethren.

Everyone is invited to join us for the Souper Supper – delicious vegetarian & vegan soups, cornbread & apple juice.
Only members can participate in the Board of Directors selection, so please remember to renew your PRC membership by Nov 15, 2017!!
See details at http://www.prcsd.org/become-a-member/

Soup servers 2016 Annual Souper Supper!

July 2017

Saturday, July 15: PRC Marches in the 2017 Pride Parade with the San Diego Puppet Insurgency, People Over Profits San Diego, and 350.org.

PRC welcomes all to march with us as the giant puppet, Earth Mother, unites allies in justice.  Please RSVP to info@prcsd.org. You can learn more more about the Puppet process at the San Diego Puppet Insurgency.

April 2017

Tuesday, April 4: Continuing the Work of MLK Spring Fundraiser

The PRC welcomes our new Program Director, Dr. Darwin Fishman.


February 2017

Saturday, Feb 25:  The Criminal Injustice Teach-In

3-6pm.  PRC continues its community PRISMSS dialogues with this teach-in on racial justice by the people for the people.  Speakers include founders of People Over Profits- San Diego, CAST, and Dr. Darwin Fishman.

Saturday, Feb 4:  Inauguration:  The People’s Issues.

9am-1pm.  PRC continues PRISMSS dialogues and collaborations at this Social Justice Teach-In on our Peace Campus.

April: Celebrating the Earth

April is a month where we like to highlight environment and sustainability. One activity we have done for many years is have a table at “Earth Fair” in Balboa Park. It’s typically on the third or fourth Sunday in April, lasts all day, and has over 50,000 visitors. We handout educational information and sell peace items. Some years, we’ve also participated in the Children’s Parade.

May: Annual Work-a-thon for Peace and Justice

We co-sponsor this annual event (since 1992!) with Project YANO. It usually happens in late Spring and project site locations change. Similar to a walk-a-thon or bike-a-thon, volunteers are recruited by the PRC and Project YANO to donate their time together on one day. Unlike these other “thons,” however, the work-a-thon channels the energy of participants into an activity that directly benefits the community, such as painting classrooms or offices, doing landscaping, or performing other semi-skilled labor for the group that is hosting the project. The volunteers also ask their friends, neighbors and coworkers to sponsor them with financial contributions to match their labor. This income covers the cost of recruiting and organizing the volunteers and raises a small amount of money for the ongoing activities of Project YANO and the PRC.

Aug: Nuclear-Free Future

August 6th & 9th are the anniversaries of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. Since 2006, United for Peace & Justice has declared August as Nuclear-Free Future Month regarding nuclear power and weapons (www.nuclearfreefuture.org). Each year, we recall the history and find some way of connecting with the public around peace and nuclear issues. Events have ranged from hosting film discussions and guest speakers to sharing the story of Sadako and folding peace crane origami.

Sept: International Day of Peace and Peace Week

This is another day that we enjoy recognizing and promoting to the public. It was established by the United Nations in 1981. Then in 2001, it was updated to occur on September 21st each year and to “be observed as a day of global ceasefire and nonviolence, an invitation to all nations and people to honor a cessation of hostilities for the duration of the Day” (www.un.org/en/events/peaceday).

Oct/Nov?Dec: PRC Annual Meeting

The 2016 Souper Supper/Annual Meeting took place November 20th – a wonderful evening of friends, delicious foods, and discussion led by our key-note Speaker Darwin Fishman on racism and the impact of the recent elections on the progress of social justice.