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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | What the World Needs Now Is

What the World Needs Now Is…

Respect, compromise, and motivation. We are going through an uneasy time, one of uprooting, change, and civil war. Nations are over-throwing their government, governments are over-throwing their nations, things are happening at a rapid pace and we have to keep up. Social justice, educational justice, economic, and environmental justice are all at risk, and it’s important to keep up our morals and ideals even in this time of constant hardship.…

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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | State Moves Aid From Schools to Families

State Moves Aid From Schools to Families

As if the funding for schools wasn’t bad enough as it is, state legislators are proposing and implementing a process that will make it even worse: taking money from the public school funding and giving to families instead. The idea is that families can use the money to take their children out of public schools and enroll them in the school that they believe to be best for their child; whether that…

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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | Scaring Ourselves Silent of Opinion

Scaring Ourselves Silent of Opinion

In America, we have something extraordinarily valuable: freedom of speech. We have the right to speak openly about our opinions, debate them, write them and release them all over the internet. The best part about all of this is that lawmakers listen to our opinions, and we have a say in every bill that is passed in this country. I’m not naïve, I know that politics can be overruling and…

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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | Obama's Address to the Syrian People; Aid and Justice

Obama’s Address to the Syrian People; Aid and Justice

A few days ago, President Obama addressed the people of Syria in a short video promising millions of dollars in aid from The United States. He spoke of hope for a new Syria, democracy, and justice for the people. The President also touched on the fall of Assad, and described the opposition taking over the government and providing Syrians a chance to make their own future. Controversy is high around…

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