Women’s Justice Circles

The voices of women who are low-income and/or immigrants, women living in crisis and those on the margins are typically not included in organizing for change in a way that meets their needs. The Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center facilitates Justice for Women, which empowers women who are low-income to address the underlying causes of poverty by forming Women’s Justice Circles. To date, we have coordinated over 200 Circles!​




Current Women’s Justice Circles


Western Washington



Arbor Heights – Southwest Youth & Family Services (Spanish WJC)
Facilitator: Claudia Flores


Familias Unidas (Spanish WJC)
Facilitators: María Miranda & Mariela Santos


Cedar Valley Elementary (Spanish WJC)
Facilitator: Catalina Angel


Jubilee Women Center (English WJC)
Facilitator: Brittney Westgard


Global to Local (Spanish WJC)
Facilitator: Mónica Dávalos

If you are interested in joining and/or starting a Justice Circle, please email Giselle Cárcamo or call 206-223-1138.



Justice for Women partners with many different collaborators, including: