Valdosta Coalition For Peace & Justice
The Valdosta Coalition for Peace and Justice wants to facilitate a process of racial healing and reconciliation in our community via an honest dialogue about our society’s painful history of racial violence which translates into the injustices of our time. In the Valdosta area, we have found a need to individualize and rehumanize victims of our past to create an integrated culture of remembrance, foster communication, and battle racism.
For a list of all of our upcoming events please visit the VCPJ’s events calendar. Click event to view details and videos.
Adrian Rivers on black lives matter
Watch founder of When Leaders Meet, Adrian Rivers, discuss the Black Lives Matter movement and its local and global impact.
confederate monuments in the south
Learn more about the history of Confederate Monuments in the South with Valdosta State University’s professor of African Studies, Tom Aiello.
The National Memorial
for Peace and Justice
Our name, “Valdosta Coalition of Peace and Justice”, is inspired by the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Alabama. This memorial was conceived with the hope of creating a meaningful site where people can gather and reflect on America’s history of racial inequality.