Peer Education and Community Empowerment (PEACE)


PEACE is a peer-to-peer education group. We are an organization ran by and for students from marginalized communities. We create educational workshops, community zines, art projects, and student organizing archive projects all in collaboration with community organizations on and off campus. The goal of these projects is to encourage critical consciousness and active allyship among different communities, and to advance, preserve, and uplift the work of organizers, organizations and marginalized students and communities on the UC Davis campus.

Organizations, departments, classrooms, and others-you can share these resources with your classrooms, organizations and more to start critical conversations about the positions of diverse communities within the university.

What We Offer

Intersectionality, Social Justice & Allyship Training Workshops

Open community workshops are offered 2 to 3 times a year (depending on cohort capacity), typically in fall and spring quarter. Workshops are approximately 1.5 to 2 hours long, and cover a range of topics such as intersectionality, identity exploration, cultural competency and allyship training. This years workshops are:








Community Organizing Archives & Toolkits

PEACE Autonomous Website/Digital Archive
The PEACE cohort has a second website that is autonomous from UC Davis. This site is a new PEACE project that will serve as an archive of the work of radical, grassroots organizers and communities on the UC Davis campus, created to create institutional memory. Here you can find PEACE’s zine archive, as well as written, photographic, and video archives of the organizing efforts of marginalized communities on UC Davis’ campus. 
Visit PEACE's autonomous website/digital archive here.

Toolkits about allyship, intersectionality, organizing direct action, and more are also available through the PEACE Autonomous Website.

Join the PEACE Cohort!

Be a part of planning and facilitating allyship training workshops, documenting community organizing, creating radical artwork and zines, and helping to create safer space for marginalized students on our campus!

Cohort Member Application Form
Website Link:

Keep up to date with events and announcements on our PEACE Facebook page


Please feel free to contact Olivia Hernandez (she/her) at (530) 752-4057 or  or