About the APC

College Mall Building

The Alaska Peace Center

Alaska Peace Center
3535 College Road, Suite 203
Fairbanks, AK 99709-3722
Open Hours by appointment via email

We respectfully acknowledge that our office is located on the ancestral and unceded traditional territories of the lower Tanana Dene Peoples. The Indigenous peoples of this land never surrendered lands or resources to Russia or the United States.

The Alaska Peace Center is in the College Mall, 3535 College Road, just east of University Avenue.  We’re in a two-room suite shared with Fairbanks Open Radio.  It is Room 203, upstairs near the west end, catty-corner across the parking lot from Sunshine Health Food (the old Gulliver’s Books building).  The stairwell is at the west end of the building and shares an external door with the Fuji Steakhouse.  There is an elevator near the center of the building.  Handicap parking is available.

We are not able to maintain regular open hours at this time, but call or (preferably) email if you’d like to make arrangements to talk, watch a video of some current issue, or browse our library. Monthly meetings are the first Thursday of each month at 7 pm and are open to the public. In response to the covid pandemic we have been holding them over Zoom for the time being. Check this website or the calendar for the link. Interested persons are welcome and are encouraged to attend. Our traditional monthly potluck on the last Friday of each month to watch a movie or discuss some issue is now being held, without the potluck part, over Zoom.  Check the calendar!

Sign up for our email listserverRaven head with olive branch

To get regular updates and announcements of local Peace events sign up for our listserver.  You will need a Google account or be willing to create one. Follow the “listserver” link, then click the “Sign in” button on the upper right corner of the Google Groups page that appears. Then click the “Sign up” button in the upper right corner of the ensuing page. Listserver membership is moderated, so there will be a delay of a day or two while someone approves your application before you will start receiving messages. If you don’t have or want a Google account or if you want to avoid all the rigamarole above, just send a note to info@alaskapeace.org requesting to be put on the listserver.

Board of Directors

Carrie Farr, Secretary

Alan Batten, Treasurer, Acting Chair

Ajaya Toney, Vice Chair

Karl Franke, at large

Maia Genaux, at large

Heather Toney (Violet), at large

The whole board can be contacted at info@alaskapeace.org.  We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

Mission Statement

Appeal for Support


IRS Documents

State of Alaska Documents


4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by John D. & Lous Brubaker on June 24, 2014 at 5:17 pm

    Some time ago a Friend from Fairbanks sent my wife and I a card produced by your Peace Center–a water color print of Denali on the front & an inside inscription “They shall beat their swords into…….”. Would it be possiblr for us to buy one or two dozen of these cards? They are so special.
    John & Lous Brubaker 602A E. Primrose Circle Palmer, AK 99645 907-746-1152


    • Posted by posopps on June 30, 2017 at 5:48 pm

      The cards were made for ALaska Peace Center by Ann Mallard, and are currently out of stock. However, before she moved away to Tasmania, she left the supplies to make more. Since there is interest, I will bring it up at next week’s mtg to find someone with the time and know-how to do so. Please re-inquire via info@alaskapeace.org to help us remember! And thanks for asking!
      Heather K, chair, Alaska Peace Center


  2. Posted by Garry Compton on January 13, 2021 at 10:58 am

    Privat, I would like to thank you guys for voicing your objection to Victoria Nuland’s position in the Biden administration. I know all too well, what went down in Ukraine, Donbass and Crimea before , during and after the Maidan, and I still keep an eye open in this part of the world. I live in Crimea and have for a number of years now. I also lived in Alaska for over 3 decades. Thanks Again.


  3. Posted by Alan Batten on January 18, 2021 at 6:47 am

    Garry, Thanks for writing and for your clarification/confirmation of events in Ukraine. It’s not easy for us in North America to get an accurate understanding of all the different ways our government exercises its hegemony over the rest of the world. Thanks!


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