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MCC Great Lakes Peace and Justice
MCC Great Lakes is involved in anti-oppression work such as Damascus Road Trainings and the Summer Service Worker Program. Learn more about resources available from an Anabaptist perspective.
There are many resources available for educating constituents on immigration issues and welcoming the newcomer. MCC Great Lakes is involved in immigration work through partnerships with local community organizations.
MCC U.S. restorative justice work builds capacity to respond in healthy ways to harm and conflict, respond to and prevent violence and sexual abuse in our families and communities, and support healing and promote mutuality through biblical reflection and practices which create life-giving spaces in communities.
MCC's peace eduation projects encourage practical and creative peacemaking in response to the militarization and violence of our community, economic, and political life.
For more information about Peace and Justice in the MCC Great Lakes region, contact Jorge Vielman.
Peace & Justice Coordinator, MCC Great Lakes