Julian Bond - As protester, politician, scholar, and lecturer, Julian Bond has remained committed to civil rights, economic justice, and peace since the 1950s. Bond played a significant role in the civil rights movement and continued his battle to ensure equality for all Americans during his twenty-year tenure in the Georgia legislature. When Bond retired from the Georgia senate, he had been elected to office more times than any other black Georgian.

Julian Bond - As protester, politician, scholar, and lecturer, Julian Bond has…

Richard Wolff on Fighting for Economic Justice and Fair Wages | Moyers & Company | BillMoyers.com

Economist Richard Wolff on Capitalism Run Wild. Economist Richard Wolff joins Bill to shine light on the disaster left behind in capitalism’.

Economic justice by distributing the wealth produced from land amongst the entire community www.prosper.org.au

Economic justice by distributing the wealth produced from land amongst the entire community www.prosper.org.au

Arundhati Roy: An Indian Novelist who made the headlines around the world when she became a first Indian woman to win the ‘Man Booker Prize’ in 1997 for her novel-‘The God of Small Things’. She has become an ardent advocate of social and economic justice for the country’s oppressed minorities.

Arundhati Roy: An Indian Novelist who made the headlines around the world when…

Liberation and the American Dream: The Struggle for Racial and Economic Justice

Black Liberation and the American Dream: The Struggle for Racial and Economic Justice (Paperback)

Liberation and the American Dream: The Struggle for Racial and Economic Justice

Defining Economic Justice and Social Justice - Defining Our Terms One definition of justice is “giving to each what he or she is due.” The problem is knowing what is “due”. Functionally, “justice” is a set of universal principles which guide people in judging what is right and what is wrong, no matter what culture and society...

Defining Economic Justice and Social Justice, we see here, is the first step in correcting defective, exclusionary or unjust institutions, laws and systems.

Commission on Economic Justice urges radical economic shake up, but new government needed to achieve it  With inequality ever more glaring, the nation needs reforms as radical as those after the war or in the 1980s, but the current Government's plans will only take us backwards

Commission on Economic Justice urges radical economic shake up, but new government needed to achieve it

Commission on Economic Justice urges radical economic shake up, but new government needed to achieve it With inequality ever more glaring, the nation needs reforms as radical as those after the war or in the 1980s, but the current Government's plans will only take us backwards

Niki Okuk on social and economic justice 'we be many'

Niki Okuk on social and economic justice 'we be many'

THE LITTLE-KNOWN STORIES OF TWO REVOLUTIONARY CARIBBEAN WOMEN! -  There is a ‘lost history’ of radical women and women’s organizing in the Caribbean for social and economic justice that changed our landscape for more than a century. When we think of great leaders, we think of presidents, prime ministers and heads of revolutionary movements. In our collective memory, we sometimes forget the [...]

THE LITTLE-KNOWN STORIES OF TWO REVOLUTIONARY CARIBBEAN WOMEN! - There is a ‘lost history’ of radical women and women’s organizing in the Caribbean for social and economic justice that changed our landscape for more than a century. When we think of great leaders, we think of presidents, prime ministers and heads of revolutionary movements. In our collective memory, we sometimes forget the [...]

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