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Stand at the Gate: The Responsibility of True Social Justice By Overcoming Obstacles Initiative
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Currently, only a mere 19% of our men, women and children (and the number is still decreasing) attend any type of church; the Holy Bible and prayer have been outlawed from the public squares and... More > schools; fornication, adultery and homosexuality are routine; millions of innocent lives are aborted in a mother’s womb; divorce is widespread and sodomy is legal; pornography is becoming conventional entertainment on the Internet; same-sex marriage and civil unions are being legalized; and the trend toward the official consent of corrupt immorality remains to be seen. These episodes take place in our own lifetime; the Lord said to Judah, “You have made My heritage an abomination.” I wonder what God would say to our nation today?< Less
Stand at the Gate: The Responsibility of True Social Justice By Overcoming Obstacles Initiative
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Currently, only a mere 19% of our men, women and children (and the number is still decreasing) attend any type of church; the Holy Bible and prayer have been outlawed from the public squares and... More > schools; fornication, adultery and homosexuality are routine; millions of innocent lives are aborted in a mother’s womb; divorce is widespread and sodomy is legal; pornography is becoming conventional entertainment on the Internet; same-sex marriage and civil unions are being legalized; and the trend toward the official consent of corrupt immorality remains to be seen. These episodes take place in our own lifetime; the Lord said to Judah, “You have made My heritage an abomination.” I wonder what God would say to our nation today?< Less
An Intersection of Justice By Henry Willoughby
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(An) Intersection of Justice, examines (the functional-performance of) the legal framework of Native Title in relation to (giving tangibly beneficial and just outcomes to) key stakeholders –... More > Australian indigenous peoples, Native Title anthropologists and legal professionals and workers (working in an anthropology-and-law ‘cooperative context’) within this (legal) framework, and to Australian society at large; it is a legal framework because it was spawned by The Native Title Act (at the federal level), and numerous other Native Title legislation(s) passed by state parliaments< Less
Rants For Justice By C.J. Ward
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What does justice mean to you? I believe it stands for the correction of a wrongdoing or transgression. But in actuality, can I honestly say that I’ve experienced justice in this life? Sorry,... More > but my reply would have to be, “NO.” From the time I was harassed for “not already being in the system” by a policeman at the age of fourteen for simply walking through the parking lot of a closed restaurant, to having several policemen stop me at gunpoint after baiting me into a hotel’s parking garage in college, I haven’t been able to see justice through these eyes of mine. And let me not start with the lucrative legal system; I’ll just say…no, I haven’t experienced this wonderful thing called “justice.” So until I do, my silence shall not be known but my voice will continue to ring out: "Oh justice, oh justice, come see about me..." ~C.J. Ward, M.A.Ed< Less
Agrarian Justice By Thomas Paine
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For many years it has been hard to get hold of a copy of the, Eighteenth Century professional revolutionary, Tom Paine's 'Agrarian Justice'. In this new edition readers can get their hands on this... More > classic text. They may well be surprised by its modernity and its relevance to the current age...< Less
The Write to Justice By Heather B. Fox
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THE WRITE TO JUSTICE explores recovery from childhood trauma in a tense exposé that spans more than 50 years. Set against the backdrop of the Canadian landscape, Heather tells of her... More > transition from living on the streets in the City of Toronto as an underage minor, to finding her strength living in rural Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan. Her mother, a woman with presumed postpartum psychosis after giving birth to a daughter in the mid 1950's, struggles with social pressures. Heather suffers the consequences. Uncertain if she wants justice or reconciliation and the ability to forgive, she decides to confront the abuse by her mother with the support of clergy from the United Church of Canada and the Presbyterian Church of Canada. Struggling to heal and recover from trauma and abuse, she writes her way to justice. This is a true story of resiliency, healing and social justice.< Less
Liberation Science: Putting Science to Work for Social and Environmental Justice By Steven H. Emerman et al.
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Liberation Science is the practice of using the knowledge and methods of science to solve the social and environmental problems faced by the poor. Liberation Science can address these problems... More > because it has been freed from the flawed scientific paradigms that are linked to the flawed social paradigms of nationalism and capitalism. Three themes of Liberation Science are: 1) The definition of an ecosystem becomes both more expansive and more holistic to include humans, cultural practices, and the built environment, together with the possibility that an ecosystem could mimic the behavior of a single organism. 2) The logic and methods of science are made available to ordinary people, empowering them to understand the ecologies of their own communities. 3) Science becomes open to complementary philosophical approaches that draw upon cultural and spiritual traditions of particular regions or communities.< Less
Liberation Science: Putting Science to Work for Social and Environmental Justice By Steven H. Emerman et al.
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Liberation Science is the practice of using the knowledge and methods of science to solve the social and environmental problems faced by the poor. Liberation Science can address these problems... More > because it has been freed from the flawed scientific paradigms that are linked to the flawed social paradigms of nationalism and capitalism. Three themes of Liberation Science are: 1) The definition of an ecosystem becomes both more expansive and more holistic to include humans, cultural practices, and the built environment, together with the possibility that an ecosystem could mimic the behavior of a single organism. 2) The logic and methods of science are made available to ordinary people, empowering them to understand the ecologies of their own communities. 3) Science becomes open to complementary philosophical approaches that draw upon cultural and spiritual traditions of particular regions or communities.< Less
I Am Not Your Cracker: An Obvious Social Justice Parody By Joel Chandler Harris & Richard Saunders
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How This Story Ends The next morning, as Joe Maxwell was loitering around the printing-office, talking to the editor, Butterfly came galloping up, ridden by Mink, who was no longer a runaway.... More > “I seed you put ‘im out in de swamp dar, Mars’ Joe, an’ den I seed some er de yuther niggers gwine dar long wid dem Yankee mens, an’ I say ter myse’f dat I better go dar an’ git ‘im; so I tuck ‘im down on de river, an’ here he is. He mayn’t be ez fatez he wuz, but he des ez game ez he yever is been.” It happened that Mink became one of the tenants on the plantation, and after a while he bought a little farm of his own, and prospered and thrived. It can not be spun out here and now so as to show the great changes that have been wrought—the healing of the wounds of war; the lifting up of a section from ruin and poverty to prosperity; the gradual uplifting of a lowly race. All these things can not be told of here. The fire burns low, and the tale is ended. Get Your Copy Now.< Less
I Am Not Your Cracker: An Obvious Social Justice Parody By Joel Chandler Harris & Richard Saunders
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How This Story Ends The next morning, as Joe Maxwell was loitering around the printing-office, talking to the editor, Butterfly came galloping up, ridden by Mink, who was no longer a runaway.... More > “I seed you put ‘im out in de swamp dar, Mars’ Joe, an’ den I seed some er de yuther niggers gwine dar long wid dem Yankee mens, an’ I say ter myse’f dat I better go dar an’ git ‘im; so I tuck ‘im down on de river, an’ here he is. He mayn’t be ez fatez he wuz, but he des ez game ez he yever is been.” It happened that Mink became one of the tenants on the plantation, and after a while he bought a little farm of his own, and prospered and thrived. It can not be spun out here and now so as to show the great changes that have been wrought—the healing of the wounds of war; the lifting up of a section from ruin and poverty to prosperity; the gradual uplifting of a lowly race. All these things can not be told of here. The fire burns low, and the tale is ended. Get Your Copy Now.< Less

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