The Economic Justice Committee (EJC) has been established as a new project of the Thomas Merton Center. Its concerns deal with issues of economic justice and labor solidarity, focusing on concrete campaigns and actions but also involving educational events.
Peace and Non-violence
Organizes interfaith vigils, rallies, teach-ins, a speakers bureau, legislative action, media outreach, and other activities to promote peaceful solutions to world conflicts. To get involved
The Environmental Justice Committee is the newest formed committee that will focus on promoting environmental rights, psuhing for sustainable practices, and linking environmental rights to economic justice.
Projects committed to advancing the rights of prisoners.
Friends & Affiliates
Groups in which the Center feels confident enough to refer individual to join them or participate in their activities.
The following are other projects and efforts of the Thomas Merton Center. Some meet regularly while others organize around specific events.
Become A Project
There are many reasons people start a project at the Thomas Merton Center. If you have an idea and want to see it come to life, fill out an application to become a project and you can use the Center's resources to bring your idea to life.
New guidelines are being drafted by the Project Committee of the Thomas Merton Center. They will be posted here once they're approved.