Justice Luncheons

ICUJP periodically hosts educational forums called Justice Events.

Recent topics have included Syria, Guantanamo, drone warfare and domestic spying.

Speakers are well-known local, national or international activists, and they are often joined by invited respondents to provide additional perspectives on the issues discussed.

Justice Events are typically held from 11:30 am to 2 pm on a weekday at a local church, synagogue, mosque or other community space.

There is a modest charge for attendance, typically $20, which includes a generous buffet lunch. Ample time is allowed for questions from the audience. Justice Events have become very popular and everyone is encouraged to attend.

Read more about our Justice Events:


  • June 2017
    "Re-igniting the Campaign Against Torture at Home and Abroad in the Age"
  • August 2017
    "Are We Facing a Nuclear Disaster?"
  • October 2017
    "Environmental Justice & Climate Change"
  • December 2017
    "Confronting the Human Toll of Poverty: Building a Lasting Movement for Economic Justice in an Era of Limitless Greed and Scapegoating"

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  • Jeff K
    commented 2018-07-14 12:48:10 -0700
    Great group of people gathering for a great cause. When we can see life empathetically through another’s eyes only then will we come to true peace. It’s a long journey but worth fighting.

  • Gary E. Ellis Gary E. Ellis
    commented 2018-04-02 12:07:15 -0700
    Conducting these types of meetings will help the people know what is happening in the outside world and how they being treated and suffering in their lives. I read an article which was posted in http://www.ukbesteessays.com/ blog about the war in Syria. The thing I was really horrified and have tears from my eyes while reading that article.
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    commented 2017-09-30 22:52:56 -0700
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  • Pierre Garcia
    commented 2016-11-19 10:09:38 -0800
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  • Sandra Morderton
    commented 2016-06-24 16:04:27 -0700
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  • Mohamed Elhosary
    commented 2016-04-23 10:59:38 -0700
    Even 1000 person like nadim speak every day ! the peace will not come to Syria until the die of Isis . which require areal fight from the US and its supporters .
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