ADVOCACY, ACTIVISM, AND EDUCATION
CCPJ reminds that the horrors of nuclear war must never happen again, with a table, flyers, and displays every year on the Downtown Mall.
Commemorating Hiroshima and Nagasaki Days
August 6 & 9
No War Toys!
Advocating for peaceful play
each holiday season with media ads, radio spots
International Day of Peace
Observed around the world on September 21.
Below right, kids make peace flags.
Below left, CCPJ joins the interfaith
march through Charlottesville in 2019.
Charlottesville Center for Peace
& Justice has a long history
of working with community
members and organizations
on behalf of our mission.
Every summer, CCPJ hosts our Community Gathering, bringing together dozens of local activist and advocacy groups to enjoy a light supper and get to know one another and our various activities. (Temporarily suspended because of Covid.)
Maintaining our traditional presence in local events.
Marching in the Batesville Day Parade (right and above right)
Marching in the Dogwood Festival Parade (above and
At the Vegan Roots