Jeannette Rankin Pece Center (JRPC) has been an important part of Missoula since 1986, working to teach and model non-violence, social justice and environmental sustainability. Our Center and Fair Trade Store is open from Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, and Sundays from noon to 4:00 pm. The Center is named after Jeannette Rankin, a Missoula-born social worker, suffragette, life-long pacifist, the first woman ever elected to the United States Congress and the only person to vote against entry into both World Wars. JRPC is a community resource where you will find a fair trade store with unique gifts from around the world, a library with over 3,000 resources on peace and justice, including cirriculum guides, directions to our 4.4acre peace park and a thriving resource center providing education, community action and networking. Financial support comes from memberships, donations, the proceeds from our Fair Trade Store, our specialty license plate and events.