The Peace House, 2116 NE 18th Ave, Portland, OR


2116 NE 18th Ave


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Saturday, January 7, 2017 from 7-11pm
'Tis the season! Come get to know us at our informational session, where you'll find out who we are, what we do, and what it means to be a member of PTU! The session will be followed by a holiday party with festive food, drink, games, and performances. 7pm–8pm: Membership Info session (free and open to all!) 8pm–11pm: Holiday Party ($5 for non-members)
Wednesday, January 20, 2016 from 7-10pm
Following the Paris Climate Talks, many world leaders and big green groups were quick to claim victory. But what really happened in Paris? Where is the final agreement taking us, what are the implications for climate justice and where does our movement need to go? We’ll hear from Jill Stein, Maralena Murphy, Ptery Leight and Virginia Wiseman, all of whom were in Paris, about the talks and the role the grassroots in Portland can play to bring about climate justice. The panel will be followed by a discussion/Q&A. Co-hosted by Portland Central American Solidarity Committee (PCASC), Right 2 Survive and 350PDX. This event is free and open to the public. More info on the Panelists: Jill Stein is an organizer, physician, and environmental-health activist. She has led initiatives promoting healthy communities,local green economies and the revitalization of democracy – addressing issues such as environmental, economic and racial justice, campaign finance reform, green jobs, and the cleanup of incinerators, coal plants, and toxic substances. She was a principal organizer for the Global Climate Convergence for People, Planet and Peace over Profit. Previously she served on the Massachusetts and national boards of directors for Physicians for Social Responsibility, where she worked on environmental health and nuclear disarmament. Maralena Murphy is an organizer with the Portland Central America Solidarity Commission (PCASC) and Ptery Leight (Right 2 Survive) attended COP21 as part of the It Takes Roots - Grassroots Global Justice delegation. Maralena will be sharing photos and videos and both will speak on their experiences in Paris as part of the delegation and their work here in Portland. Read more about the It Takes Roots delegation online at Virginia Wiseman (350PDX) reports on environmental negotiations and conferences with the International Institute for Sustainable Development’s Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB). ENB covered the various bodies of the UNFCCC that were meeting in Paris at COP21, offering unbiased accounts of the play-by-play through daily reports, daily webpages/photos and a summary report. To read more about 350PDXs Road through Paris campaign, visit
Saturday, July 25, 2015 from 2-5pm
Veterans For Peace Portland Chapter 72 is holding a benefit Summertime Garden Party to raise funds for the chapter to continue its battle waging peace, supporting veterans of all wars. Our membership ranges from WWII, Vietnam, Cold War to the present Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans. We need community support to continue our education and awareness work on Agent Orange, Burn Pit exposure, Counter Recruitment, Homeless Veterans, Counter Recruitment, and Speaking Truth to Power by putting Veteran Voices in the Public arena through organized events and speaking engagements. We also need to have some fun and build our community relationships and what better way than to break bread, sip suds and listen to a seasoned activist and some of the best musicians in the world. While this is a fundraiser you will also have an opportunity to bid on donated goods in a silent auction. We guarantee you will have a great time and leave with some truth you can speak to the powers that be and a song in your heart. Renowned folksinger-activist David Rovics will entertain along with a special musical guest from England. Lloyd Marbet, a Vietnam veteran and expert on nuclear issues, will talk about what it means to be “Upside Falling Down.”
Saturday, December 6, 2014 from 7-10pm
Join Jobs with Justice as we celebrate the holidays at the 2014 Scrooge of the Year Party!! It's that time again! Come to the best party of the season. Enjoy food, drink, theater, and watch as the Scrooge of the Year is announced!, and the best of all come meet old and new friends! Saturday, December 6th, 7pm At The Peace House – 2116 NE 18th Ave. Portland Join Jobs with Justice most important “corporate-style” election of the year!. That’s right! The Scrooge of the Year election can be bought! Whoever gets the most votes wins, so vote early and often. Buy as many votes as you’d like! The “2014 Scrooge of the Year” will be the individual, corporation or entity that voters like you determine has harmed working families in our community most this year. The winner will be presented with their award in a fittingly public manner soon after the party. Tickets are $15 and you get 15 votes for Scrooge of the Year. Buy more votes at the party. Children welcome (no ticket required). No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Net proceeds benefit Portland Jobs with Justice To purchase tickets or votes and get info on candidates go to or at 503 236-5573
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Friday, June 13, 2014 from 6-8pm
350PDX invites you to the Crude Awakening Tour: Music and Advocacy meet in the Oil Train Show When: Friday, June 13; 6pm potluck (vegetarian encouraged); 7pm program Where: 18th Ave Peace House, 2116 NE 18th Ave, Portland $10-25 suggested donation to cover cost; no one turned away for lack of funds. What: Dana Lyons, Songwriter, author of comedy hit “Cows with Guns,” & Matt Krogh, ForestEthics, present evening of entertainment and engagement. RSVP: