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PPJ is at the county fair this week

“Meet me at the Fair!“ We invite you to stop by our booth at the Sandusky County Fair this week, Aug. 21 – 26!  People for Peace & Justice’s booth will feature two actions: 1. Still registered to vote?  Check … Continue reading

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January 17th meeting – a little new year’s introspection

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Meeting will feature film on Danish nonviolent resistance to the Nazis

Join us next Wednesday, Nov. 15th, 6:30 pm, at First UCC for People for Peace & Justice’s monthly meeting. 6:30 pm – Potluck and open discussion on current events and potential actions we might take in response. 7:30 pm (approx.) … Continue reading

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Oct. 18 meeting: Messaging this Moment

People for Peace & Justice Sandusky County Monthly meeting, Wednesday, Oct. 18 First UCC Church, 1500 Tiffin Rd., Fremont 6:30 pm Potluck and informal conversation 7:30 pm Informal mini-workshop on messaging for progressives (led by Josie using the handbook below) … Continue reading

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People for Peace & Justice will meet Sept. 20

Greetings to People for Peace & Justice Sandusky County (PPJ)! Our monthly meeting is coming up Wednesday, Sept. 20 at First UCC Church, 1500 Tiffin Rd., Fremont.  We’ll start with a potluck at 6:30 pm and end by 8:30 pm. … Continue reading

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Meet us at the Fair!

We’re back at the Sandusky County Fair this week and waiting for some good conversation with friends new and old! Stop by to see us. Find the Marine Corps tent and we’ll be just two tents south (not too far from the Flower Building). Continue reading

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Fremont area residents hold Charlottesville Solidarity Vigil

People for Peace & Justice Sandusky County organized a Charlottesville Solidarity Vigil on Wednesday to speak out against racism and white supremacy and to embrace love. Thanks to the News-Messenger for covering the vigil in an online article, entitled Fremont … Continue reading

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