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The Interfaith Resource Center for Peace and Justice is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational peace and justice organization founded in 1988.

The Peace and Justice Center maintains an office in downtown Wilkes-Barre, PA.

The office is open Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Please visit us.

The Peace and Justice Center receives contributions from individuals and organizations and publishes a newsletter that reaches nearly 1,000 members.

The Center is a diverse community from many different faith traditions, and ethnic backgrounds.…

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Education is the most powerful weapon.

Please. Checks payable: PEACE CENTER 63 N FRANKLIN ST WILKES-BARRE PA 18701-1317

Please.
Checks payable:
PEACE CENTER
63 N FRANKLIN ST
WILKES-BARRE PA 18701-1317

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2016 Steering Committee

The North Branch Friends (Quakers) are an integral part of the peace movement within the region.

The North Branch Friends (Quakers) are an integral part of the peace movement within the region.

Currently the Steering group is operating with Linda Puchalski as Coordinator;
Margarita Rose, Treasurer;
Rita Skechus, Secretary;

Bil Browne, David Doty, James Wallace, Johanna Czarnecki, Linda Puchalski, Margarita Rose, Rita Skechus, Terri Nowak

(former facilitator): Popi Rod

The Fostering of Peace and Justice, a Job Description:

The Steering Committee of The Interfaith Resource Center for Peace and Justice (Peace and Justice Center) is responsible to the general membership for the fostering of the mission and purpose of our organization.…

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The Peace and Justice Center Reading List

Please E-mail your suggestions to peacewb@verizon.net

  •     3 Cups of Tea: One Man’s Mission to Promote Peace, by Greg Mortenson, David O. Relin
  •     To Kill a Mockingbird
  •     The Wisdom Jesus, by Cynthia Bourgeault
  •     The Unsettling of America, by Wendell Berry
  •     The Sermon on the Mount:guide, by E. Fox
  •     The Raft Is Not The Shore, by Thich Nhat Hanh and Daniel Berrigan
  •     The Politics of Non-Violent Action, by Gene Sharp
  •     The Political Brain, by Drew Weston
  •     The Long Loneliness by Dorothy Day
  •     The Eagles Gather, by T.
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