By GPS Speakers and Events
NPR's Domenico Montanaro and Dr. Cornel West are teaming up to tackle the issues of social justice during the event Justice Matters 2018.
By Judson Press
The United States is one of the richest countries in the world, but it is plagued by economic inequality—which too often affects people of African descent.
By University of Houston Downtown
University of Houston-Downtown is one of a select group of schools throughout the country invited to participate this spring term in the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Collegiate Innovate Against Hate Challenge.
By IPS_Innovative Prison Systems
JUSTICE TRENDS magazine publishes its 2nd issue. It's filled with interviews with prominent personalities in the criminal justice sector, especially penitentiary services. Distributed free of charge to correctional administrations.
By First line Software
First line Software recently took part in an educational project of Leiden University in the Netherlands.
By Florida Bar
Florida Bar ACAP corruptly overlooks complaints against Brooksville lawyer Robert Morris
By MIKODreamz PR
In "Justice", J Lyric brings to light a plethora of social ills, particularly focusing on those adversely affecting African-Americans.
Netflix 'Making a Murderer' attorneys to participate in Forward Festival panel on criminal justice system
By Philip Remington Dunn
Philip Remmington Dunn is a practicing criminal defense attorney in Southern California and the former President of Serving California, a charitable non-profit foundation which offers redemptive programs for ex-cons and those who experience hardships as..
By American College of Trial Lawyers
The American College of Trial Lawyers (The College) approved the recommendation of the Samuel E.
By Gary RosenbergPR
Film Activist & USC Alum Alex Munoz's Non-Profit Premieres Film at Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival
By Law Office of Manning & Zimmerman PLLC
Scholarship program initiated to draw attention to the importance of the 7th Amendment. Deadline to apply is May 1, 2016 with recipients to be notified on June 1, 2016.
The Jerusalem Institute for Justice (JIJ) is an organization that raises funds from Evangelicals to combat human trafficking in Israel as a highlighted project.
By Florida A&M University
National leaders gather to discuss the role of the workforce and education in reentry
By Downtown Art Center Gallery
In collaboration with Para Los Niños and Self Help Graphics, the Downtown Art Center Gallery is pleased to present Mis Propios Espacios - My Own Spaces, an exhibition examining issues of labor and transnational identity.