By SJPJC Intern Kathya The migrant caravan is heading towards the United States and Mexico Border. President Donald Trump has already sent out 5,200 troops to the border1. The migrant caravan originally started with 160 people from Honduras. As they made their 2,095 mile trip, more people joined them. These people are fleeing poverty… Continue reading Migrant Caravan
On Wednesday, February 28, 2018, a threat was received about a shooting on the San Jose State University campus. The threat was written inside a women’s restroom in Dudley Moorhead Hall. The police were made aware of the situation and conducted a thorough investigation. Although it seemed like the threat was minor, they still took… Continue reading Gun Safety
This was written by Kevin, a spring 2017 intern at San Jose Peace and Justice Center after attending the Day without a Woman's Rally at San Jose City Hall on March 8, 2017. The opinions in this post are his. On March 8, 2017, A Day Without a Women Rally was held in front of… Continue reading A Day Without a Woman
I am honored to have my first set of interns this semester (Spring 2017). After a bumpy start, they are all working hard on different projects for the Center. They are all hard workers and talented in many ways. This semester is going by too fast but I know they all have a bright future ahead of them. From social media research to a movie night to an upcoming Open House, they are helping the Center with many projects and tasks. The movie night is on April 13th from 7 to 9 pm: Rosewater. Look soon for information about the Open House on May 4th.