ICUJP periodically hosts educational forums called Justice Luncheons.
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 Luncheons 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 Luncheons have become very popular and everyone is encouraged to attend.
Read more about our Justice Luncheons:
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
"Solidarity with Targeted Communities – Standing Against Racism and Islamophobia" with Melina Abdullah and Duaa Alwan
- May 2017: "Trauma at our Borders: The Economic and Psychological Impact of U.S. Policies Toward Immigrants and Refugees"
"Re-igniting the Campaign Against Torture at Home and Abroad in the Age"
"Are We Facing a Nuclear Disaster?"
"Environmental Justice & Climate Change"
"Confronting the Human Toll of Poverty: Building a Lasting Movement for Economic Justice in an Era of Limitless Greed and Scapegoating"