EVENT, Feb. 15: Peace in Ukraine and Public Transit/Environment


EVENT, Feb. 17: Raising Awareness of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

Raising Awareness of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

Movie and Discussion 

February 17, 4:30-6:00 PM

Olympia Brown Unitarian Universalist Church

625 College Avenue

Racine, WI 53403

Presenter: Starla Thompson 

Otter Clan of the Forest Potawatomi and Santa Ynez Chumash Nations 

Starla dedicates her life to serving communities and entities through Native American history, cultural awareness and education.

Homemade corn, squash, and bean soups will be available for purchase with proceeds going to Waking Women’s Healing Institute


Event sponsors: Unity Racine, Olympia Brown Unitarian Universalist Church, Coming Together Racine, LULAC 320, Racine Coalition for Peace and Justice

           For more information: e-mail at RCPJpeace@yahoo.com


Ukraine teach-in


Attend our protest calling for diplomacy to end the Ukraine war

From counterpunch.org

NOVEMBER 28, 2022

Principles of International Order

Art. 2(3) of the UN Charter already obliges all States to settle disputes by peaceful means.  This obligation to negotiate means good faith dialogue with the goal to reach a compromise, a quid pro quo.  There is no right to intransigence in the UN Charter. If one party refuses to talk, it is violating article 2(3) and actually provoking the other to the use of force.  Moreover, this constitutes a potential threat to international peace and security for purposes of article 39 of the UN Charter. It is bad faith in contravention of article 26 of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties.

Similarly, once an armed conflict has broken out, the obligation to negotiate in good faith persists. The refusal to negotiate peace, the deliberate prolongation of a war, expecting victory or unconditional surrender is obsolete in the nuclear world, incompatible with the UN Charter and constitutes both a crime against peace and a crime against humanity.


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NEW! Opinion/Commentary

See Opinion/Commentary under “Pages” at the right where opinions posted there are those of the writer and are not necessarily those of the Racine Coalition for Peace and Justice at large.

“Tension with Iran: Past to Present.”

A free presentation by Prof. E. Brownson

January 25th, 10 am to 11:30 am

OBUUC, 655 College Ave.. Racine WI 53403

Tensions with Iran are escalating. Prof. Brownson will give an historical and current overview of the United States complicated involvement with the Country of Iran.

Following the presentation we will meet at Monument Square to represent our area in the concurrent:

Global Day of Protest Against a War with Iran.


Professor Elizabeth Brownson, Prof. of History, at UW- Parkside



Annual Meeting Lunch

Saturday, January 18,  2020        11:30 AM – 2 PM

At—- The Maple Table  520 Main St. Racine, WI 53403

Annual Meeting Lunch!
Everyone Welcome! Buy your own meal but the fellowship is free!
We will elect officers and enjoy each others company

2019 4th Parade Photos!


Fr. Barrios’s Presentation (Pastors for Peace)

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