The Gandhian Forum for Peace & Justice seeks to promote dialog and education on some of the greatest challenges that confront the human race in the 21st century: resolving conflicts, eliminating war, and advancing the cause of social justice. We hope that we can help make this campus a place where such conversations flourish, and a catalyst for encouraging engagement with these concerns in the wider community.

See our mission statement.

Freedom Under Fire

Vincent Warren

Executive Director

Center for Constitutional Rights

Vincent Warren

We face today a broad range of threats to our freedoms. The Center for Constitutional Rights has long been on the front lines defending our freedoms in areas such as abusive immigration practices, racial and religious profiling, torture, illegal surveillance, discriminatory policing, sexual and gender-based violence, mass incarceration, and the criminalization of dissent.

Join Us!

Wednesday, March 22, 2017, 12:30-1:45 pm
Ballroom A, University Commons

All Invited!

Free Admission • Food Provided

Co-sponsored by the Depts. of Africana World Studies and Political Science, the Social Justice Project, the Asian Studies Program, the Colleges of Education and of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Cotsakos College of Business, the Library, and the Office of the Provost.

 [Flyer]   For more information, contact Prof. Steve Shalom.


Peace symbolSee our list of resources on Gandhi, nonviolence, peace, and justice, including resources for teachers, academic and research links, and activist organizations.

See our list of WPU courses that substantially address issues of peace and justice.

BooksSee our list of Suggested Readings on peace and justice.