SCOTUS vs Roe v Wade

28 Jun

SCOTUS on Roe v. Wade Below and attached please find a Board Statement from Oxford Citizens for Peace and Justice re the Supreme Court’s decision re Abortion. We will be organizing further activism consistent with OCPJ’s “local” mission and welcome … Read More »

OXFORD HOMELESS NETWORK

3 May

by Ann Fuehrer, facilitator@ocpjohio.org On May 1, 2022, three members of the Board of Directors of Oxford Citizens for Peace and Justice made a presentation as part of a public conversation on Affordable Housing in Oxford. We were invited by … Read More »

MORE TREES, LESS CEMENT

29 Apr

was one of our most popular stickers at our Earth Fest display on April 16.  A photo of our table of trifold presentations, buttons, stickers, postcards and videos was featured prominently in the story “Earth Fest returns to Oxford” by … Read More »

“Oxford Tomorrow: Environmental Justice”

14 Apr

The City of Oxford is in the process of developing a new comprehensive plan that will help shape future growth and change in the community for years to come. The City is calling that plan OXFORD TOMORROW. According to the website … Read More »

“What?  So what?  Now what?”

17 Mar

March 17, 2022 Ann Fuehrer, Facilitator Our mission is to educate and act locally to recruit and organize a citizens’ movement with the sustained political power to construct a world of peace with social, economic, and environmental justice. Our geographic home … Read More »

Vote to halt rising threat to progress

21 Oct

October, 2014 by OCPJ Member Roland Duerksen Integral to liberty and the pursuit of happiness are the concepts of democracy and fairness. On election day we’ll have the opportunity to assert these values in the face of a serious threat. … Read More »

Welcome, Freedom Summer Conference folks!

11 Oct

October 2014. Though Oxford Citizens for Peace and Justice (OCPJ) wasn’t around in 1964 during the Mississippi Summer Project, a number of our current and former members were around and/or very much involved.  For example, the stories of Rick Momeyer … Read More »