The Peace and Justice Booth in the Oregon Country Fair’s Community Village includes groups that work on a wide range of social justice issues in Oregon and the world. We recognize that peace is more than just the absence of war, it also the presence of justice.

Center for Dialogue and Resolution

The Center for Dialogue and Resolution’s mission is to empower people in conflict to communicate effectively.

Center for Dialogue and Resolution
93 Van Buren Street, Eugene OR 97405

Communities United for People – Enlace

Enlace is an international alliance of organizations that has developed an Integrated Organizing Approach (IOA) focused on team building and strategic campaigning. We use this IOA to win campaigns against transnational corporations, and build capacity of organizations through trainings and team building systems. Communities United for People is the 501c3 sponsor of Enlace.

Communities United for People – Enlace
1131 SE Oak St, Portland, OR 97214

Community Alliance of Lane County

CALC educates and mobilizes people to work for peace, human dignity and social, racial, and economic justice.

Community Alliance of Lane County
458 Blair Blvd. Eugene, OR 97402

Seattle Peace Heathens

We provide for those in crisis, a directory of local and national resources and organizations that will help them in their specific need.

We publish and distribute The Crisis Guide and 2 Non-Violent Communication Manuals. these are presented and distributed at events such as Seattle Hempfest, Seattle Hempfest Quarterly Membership Gatherings, Community Volunteer Picnics, Summer Meltdown, Hempfest VIP Parties, Seattle Folk Life Festival, Fremont Fair, U-District Street Fair, Seattle Peace Concert Series, OCF Peace and Justice Booth.

Seattle Peace Heathens
12532 5th Ave. NE, Seattle WA 98125

Eugene PeaceWorks

Eugene PeaceWorks supports a commitment to world peace, social and environmental justice issues through nonviolent grassroots action, education and mutual empowerment to show that peace works. We provide office space and community organizing resources to community members, promote nonviolent strategies for direct action, and campaign against militarism and its use to preserve and promote other institutions of social and environmental oppression. Whether helping to make Eugene a nuclear free zone or fighting to end corporate greed, EPW has and will continue to work for justice locally and abroad.

Eugene PeaceWorks
454 Willamette St.
Eugene, OR 97401

Fellowship of Reconciliation

The Fellowship of Reconciliation’s mission is to create a culture of peace for Oregon.

Fellowship of Reconciliation, Oregon Chapter
490 19th St NE Salem, OR 97301
503-569-9229 Fellowship of Reconciliation

Justice Not War

We culture our local, state and national peace and justice movement with support and training in compassionate listening, nonviolent direct action, affinity group support and trainings, effective sign-making skills, protest artistry, and songs.

We collaborate with JAA (Japanese American Association), CALC, WAND, Beyond War, and other groups to put on the annual Hiroshima/Nagasaki Commemoration on August 6th.

Justice Not War
3395 Kincaid Street, Eugene OR 97405

Siren Nation

Siren Nation’s mission is to inspire and empower women of all ages to create their own art and to highlight the many achievements of women in the arts.

PO Box 12110, Portland OR 97212

To donate or get involved, email Siren Nation:

Siren Nation 15th Annual Billie Holiday Tribute Night You Tube Channel

Siren Nation YouTube Channel with talks, performances, and workshops geared toward equity in the arts – particularly pertaining to women and non binary persons. 


The Vision of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights without discrimination based on race.

330 High Street, Eugene OR 97401

PeaceJam Northwest

PeaceJam works year-round with schools, afterschool clubs, out-of-school youth groups and multiple universities to promote peace education, under the guidance of Nobel Peace Prize winners. In addition, we hold a one day youth conference each Fall and a two-day Youth Leadership Conference each Spring at the University of Oregon, led by a different Nobel Peace Laureate.

736 Royal Ave, Box 116 Eugene, OR 97402

To donate or get involved, contact Darren at

Peace village

Peace Village’s mission is to end hate and violence by empowering children. We run workshops and camps that focus on teaching peace education to children.

Peace Village
4436 SE Main Street, Portland OR 97215


The YWCA of Greater Portland’s mission is to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

YWCA of PDX4610 SE Belmont St, Portland, OR 97214

West Cascades Peace Corps Association

The West Cascades Peace Corps Association supports active Peace Corps Volunteers. We participate in community service projects and contribute to humanitarian programs both in the US and abroad.

West Cascades Peace Corps Association
711 W 26th Ave Eugene, OR 97405

350 Eugene

350 Eugene is 503c3 local affiliate of, an organization dedicated to helping raise awareness of and organizing direct action around institutions and policy driving climate change.

350 Eugene
P.O. BOX 306
Cheshire, OR 97419

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