San Antonio Sites:|
The Circle School
The Circle School is a non-profit, independent preschool and elementary in a family cooperative environment providing programs for children ages 3 to 9. The Circle School provides small classes, individual attention, and a curriculum that emphasizes the arts, music, and knowledge of world cultures.
Esperanza Peace and Justice Center
Founded in 1987, The Esperanza Center is a progressive grassroots cultural organization, advocating for and affirming the lives and struggles of people of color, women, lesbians and gay men, the working class and poor.
La Fuerza Unida
Fuerza Unida's mission is to educate, empower and organize workers to become advocates for social change, organizers for economic justice and full participants in the democratic process.
Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance
A coalition of environmental groups working together to preserve the Edwards Aquifer.
Martinez Street Women's Center
The Martínez Street Women's Center was founded in the summer of 1999 by a group of women from
diverse professional backgrounds with a shared goal of creating a community center to promote the health and
well-being of women in San Antonio, embracing the World Health Organization definition of health as a "state
of complete physical, mental, and emotional well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity."
Palestinians for Peace and Democracy
A San Antonio-based grassroots movement dedicated to educating the public about the plight of the Palestinian people and their struggle toward freedom and statehood. A just and lasting peace in the Holy Land is the ultimate goal for the movement.
The P.E.A.C.E. Initiative
The mission of the P.E.A.C.E. Initiative is to educate the public
about the extent, and often-deadly consequences of domestic
violence and respond effectively through collaborative efforts.
President's Peace Commission of St. Mary's University
The President’s Peace Commission of St. Mary's University was established in December 1984 with a mission to raise awareness among the St. Mary’s University and San Antonio communities about issues of peace and justice.
Songs of Peace
Music with a message, podcasts about peace issues, and information about peace and justice events in San Antonio.
Other Texas Sites:
Austin Center for Peace and Justice
The Austin Center for Peace and Justice (ACPJ) was formed in 2002 to continue the work of creating peace, justice, and wholeness in Austin and the World.
Austin Against War
Austin Against War is a diverse and inclusive group of individuals united by our opposition to unwarranted military action, the occupation of sovereign nations, and assaults upon civil liberties and human rights worldwide. We affirm the rights of all peoples to self-determination.
Crawford Peace House
The Crawford Peace House offers a culturally diverse environment for spiritual growth and intellectual understanding that gives hope to humanity by providing peaceful alternatives to war.
Pax Christi Austin
Pax Christi USA strives to create a world that reflects the Peace of Christ by exploring, articulating, and witnessing to the call of Christian nonviolence.
Peace Action Denton
Peace Action Denton is a grassroots, home grown group in Denton, Texas which works to promote peace and justice at home and in the world.
Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty
The Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty (TCADP) is a grassroots Texas organization comprised of individuals and groups who work to end the death penalty in all cases, everywhere.
Texans for Peace
Texans for Peace is place for people like you: folks who are interested in peace and justice. The organization was founded in 1993 for "Texans who believe in peace and Peace in Texas!"
Houston Peace and Justice Center
The mission of the Houston Peace and Justice Center is to enhance the work of institutions and organizations in the Houston area that promote non-violence, human rights, and economic, social, and environmental justice.
Dallas Peace Center
Texas Impact: People of Faith Working for Justice.
Third Coast Activist Resource Center
The Third Coast Activist Resource Center was created to help people in the Austin area in their efforts at sustainable organizing by distributing educational resources, organizing community events about U.S. policy around the world and strengthening the local activist network that is part of a national and international movement for global justice.
Latinos por la Paz
LATINOS POR LA PAZ is a grass-roots organization committed to the fulfillment of human, civil, and cultural rights for all citizens of the world.
South Texas Alliance for Peace and Justice
South Texas Alliance for Peace & Justice, based in Corpus Christi, is dedicated to peace and justice, provides a meeting ground for committed individuals to come together to learn, to think, and to act as responsible citizens in our democratic society and in the global community.
Veterans for Peace - Austin
Veterans for Peace includes men and women veterans from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, the Gulf War, other conflicts and peacetime veterans whose collective experience tells them that wars are easy to start and hard to stop and that those hurt are often the innocent.
Other Peace Sites:
The M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence
founded by Arun Gandhi (Mahatma Gandhi's grandson) and his wife Sunanda, the institute was established to promote and teach the
philosophy and practice of nonviolence to help reduce the violence that consumes our hearts, our homes, and our societies.
Every Church a Peace Church
"Every Church A Peace Church" is the slogan of a group which will promote a global network of creative nonviolence. The project will start in the United States, focusing on six communities of potential interest: the historic peace churches, the African American M.L. King legacy and all ethnic minority churches, denominational and ecumenical peace fellowships, denominational justice and peace offices, evangelical and charismatic renewal movements, and seminaries.
A Guide to the Contemporary Peace Movement
Founded in 1961, Amnesty International is a Nobel Prize winning grassroots activist organization with over
one-million members world wide.
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Site celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. An illustrated version of the declaration is available on the U.N. "Cyber School Bus."
American Friends Service Committee
Founded in 1917 to provide conscientious objectors with an opportunity to aid civilian victims during World War I, today the AFSC has programs that focus on issues
related to economic justice, peace-building and demilitarization, social justice, and youth, in the United States, and in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
A Modesto Peace/Life Center Publication, working For Peace, Justice, and A Sustainable Environment.
Wabash Center Guide to Internet Resources for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion: War and Peace
Links to websites about peace with a theological perspective.
Fellowship of Reconciliation
An interfaith organization committed to active nonviolence as a transforming
way of life and as a means of radical change.
Lutheran Peace Fellowship
LPF is a community of Lutherans across the US and around the globe responding to the gospel call to be peacemakers and justice seekers.
Southern Poverty Law Center - Teaching Tolerance
Teaching Tolerance is a national education project that helps teachers foster equity, respect and understading in the classroom and beyond.
Families Against Violence Advocacy Network
FAVAN is a broadly based network of organizations, families and individuals committed to violence prevention and the promotion of alternatives to violence in our families, schools, and communities.
Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance