Saturday, January 2, 2021

First Farmers Market of 2021

 We were at the Farmers Market today for the and the Community Shelter Team's, Micro Home Building Project. Got some donations and some volunteer sign-ups. We asked, "Why [apparently] doesn't the City follow Gov. Code sec. 8698? It was a good day.

Monday, December 21, 2020


 They're in! The Peace Panel Project just got our shipment of Project Censored's "State of the Free Press 2021"! To get the discounted rate, reserve yours today. Call 530.518.1417. Our operators are standing by. : )

Saturday, October 17, 2020

Shut Down Creech

 The Peace Panel Project exhibited at the, week long, Shut Down Creech AFB in southern Nevada September 27 to October 3. Just to prove to myself that there is still a peace movement


Monday, January 6, 2020

Books Just In!

We've got our new shipment of books in! Check 'em out. News you can use, instead of news using you. Available locally from the Peace Panel Project-Chico. or call Charles 530-518-1417 Prices discounted, while they last.

Friday, September 6, 2019

Northwest PPP Tour 2019

The Northwest Peace Panel Project Tour 2019 first landed at Vogel Plaza (8th St. & Central), August 13, in Medford Oregon.  Where I was able to enlist three passers-by to help me hold up the "Essential Sequential 4 (or 5)" on a really busy street at rush hour. 
That was fun.  We got lots of thumbs up and smiles from those driving by.

Next stop was the Veterans For Peace National Convention in Spokane.  Four days of great workshops, Plenaries, exhibitions, speakers, entertainment, and actual actions!  It was fun to be among 200 or more people with similar goals.  Like let's end war and stuff.
One of my main take-aways was "Let's respect women more."  We got some really good presentations by women.

This is me in front of the entrance sign of Fairchild Air Force Base holding up signs and chanting "No More War".  We had a great time to the astonishment of the Base Police and passers-by.

The peace actions ended August 19 in Portland, in the shade, by a great park, by a busy road-side at rush hour with 4 friends from the Convention holding up the "Essential Sequential Five" Peace Panels to the approval of passers-by.

Check out this video of the Portland demonstration:

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

The Peace Panel Project was at this year's Media Freedom Summit 2.0, at the College of Marin, and what a wonderful event it was.  We got to hear from Abby Martin of the Empire Files, Mickey Huff and Andy Lee Roth of Project Censored, John Collins of Weave Independent News, Nolan Higdon, and Mark Crispin Miller among others.  If you didn't get to go, stay in touch with to make sure you get to attend next time.